Girl Told Not to Study in Starbucks But She Went All Strawberry About It


If you’ve not noticed, here’s something for you: one of the “qualities” that strawberries has is to complain about everything and anything online.

Usually, they’ll soon realize that the earth doesn’t spin for them, but heck, who cares.

About two months ago, a strawberry wrote a letter to The Straits Times, justifying why cafes should let strawberries like her to study in the premises because of #selfentitlementlevel99

Guess you won’t need to know how netizens responded. For us, we decided to provide solutions for her because we’re so damn kind.

And you thought that strawberries wouldn’t touch on this topic again.

Boy oh boy, wrong you are.

Here comes a new strawberry, this time in its familiar domain: the Internet.

Or to be more precise, on social media.

So this lady, Yixi Qian, did what she believe should be the most innocent complain ever. She posted this not on her personal Facebook Page but on the official Starbucks Facebook Page, making sure that her voice is heard (because strawberries must be heard):

Image: Facebook (Starbucks Singapore)

If you can’t read it, here’s what she’s written:

“Hi, are you studying?”

“Oh cause I am asking everyone who is studying to leave.”

Today I was asked by a Starbucks waiter to leave while I was working on an assignment there. I was there for only less than an hour and yet to finish my drink. It was an unpleasant and embarrassing experience. There are many better ways to do this. But what I have experienced today was definitely one of the worst.

Where has The Starbucks Experience gone?

I read the words the “waiter” has said about six million times, and for six million times, I interpret the waiter’s usage of word to be polite—not at all dictatorial or rude.

And secondly, what the hell is The Starbucks Experience? Is it like some new attraction from Universal Studios Singapore whereby they serve strawberry coffee?


No doubt only Ms Qian thinks she’s right, because the comments have been fast and furious.

Image: Facebook (Starbucks Singapore)

And guess what?

Good Guy Starbucks DID Reply to Her Very Pointless Feedback

Take a look here again.

Image: Facebook (Starbucks Singapore)

See that?

“Page responded privately” means that the Facebook Page private messaged Ms Qian (as Pages can’t randomly message anyone unless someone has engaged with them before).


If you look through the “Visitor’s Posts” section in their Page, they seldom PM people without posting a public reply.


And People Started to Respond, Too

Here you go.

Image: Facebook (Starbucks Singapore)

I’m pretty sure he’s illegitimately angry that he couldn’t find a seat.

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