7 thoughts on “Below The Belt

    1. Fair's fair, like

      Yes, from the same origins as Síle na Gigs that you get on early Christian churches in Ireland.

  1. Supercrazyprices

    Starbucks customers always look like dicks, holding their beakers of piss with their names on them, like self obsessed little babies.

    1. Redundant Proofreaders Society

      Interesting that you mentioned self-obsession.
      Because we work through a lot of mis-spellings posted online, we see lots of angry coffee-drinkers smarting about the fact that Starbucks staff have spelled their names wrong on their cups. They post a photo of the offending item on Twitter and either say something that insults the intelligence of the staff member or something hateful directed at the Starbucks Corp. If we worked there and dealt with this dumb naming system we’d spell them wrong too – there are so many Christian names with less than obvious spellings.

      Why do Starbucks do this? Are they so anxious to pander to the preciousness of their customers yet happy to piss them off also?

      Only ever bought frappes there in summer and always answer with Bob when they boredly request a name. What a dumb system.

      1. Kieran NYC

        There’s a theory that Starbucks sometimes intentionally spell names wrong for the online publicity.

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