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August 23, 2011

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Noah

There was a lot of screaming from the two baristas in the back room, Of course,it as going for some time before the earthquake hit.

Bg

Just a little wobble wobble in NYC. A specifically...anxious...customer had a blast being the messenger to all of us and the other customers as to what had happened. The quake was less exciting than watching this fellow.

Sheik

I don't understand why people are freaking out so much about this "earthquake" ... A customer fell off their chair at McDonald's.... happens all the time, what's the big deal???

Ricardo McJiggis

I heard a wind chime make noise! Get over it, knuckleheads.

OooPs

Well I was on Bar making a drink, when I thought it was clear to pass some gas, so all of a sudden I farted and the whole east coast started shaking...Damn that was some bad food I ate!!!!

spence

A barista friend in NY who spent most of their life in California, said, "Whoa! That was an earthquake." Everyone chuckled at her.

Bryan James

I gave out lots of free frappucino's. I gave out free french press. I gave out free pastries. I gave out free via. I did everything possible to make the customer forget about the earthquake and love starbucks and feel safe in starbucks.

Noah

I did everything possible to make the customer forget about the earthquake and love starbucks and feel safe in starbucks.

Except tell them to get their sorry asses out of Starbucks and stand in the middle of the street so the building doesn't fall down on them.

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