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Starbucks Workers Overwhelmed with a 22-Drink Order by a ‘Karen’

A TikTok video shows young Starbucks workers overwhelmed with a 22-drink order by a “Karen” in California.

The video, posted by barista @sarai.camp0s, has been viewed 1.5 million times. Comments are turned off, which suggest some hate likely leaked into the discussion. The caption says, “Oh, just a regular day working at Starbucks #starbucks #wequit.”

“I guess Karen’s little sister ordered today,” she wrote on the overlay, showing the first of a 22-drink order for a “Katie.”

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Per the drink stickers, the order is an Uber Eats delivery from late June from a Starbucks in Hayward, California.

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