Let this person explain why making coffee is the hardest job on the planet:
I am literally about to quit.
You're not a slave. If making lattes is too hard, feel free to quit and look for a real job!
I'm crying in the back room right now and I almost crawled on the floor.
My toddler did this a few days ago. Maybe a juice box would help?
I'm a full-time student.
Of course you are! 🤣🤣🤣
This person is only working 25 hours a week, at a Starbucks, while taking liberal arts classes that will help prepare for a future career at Starbucks.
A snowflake's lifecycle is marvelous to behold.
I'm on the schedule for eight and a half hours, both Saturday and Sunday.
So, you mean, like a normal job?
There's so many customers.
Well, that is how business works...
Unless you live in a communist utopia where the government decides how fast you starve to death!
We need fair scheduling.
No, you need to grow up.
A customer was misgendering me today.
I'm gonna go out on a limb and assume this is a woman because she talks about misgendering and being "neurodivergent" (and no man I've ever met would break down like this on the floor).
I have a full mustache and beard!
You can put lipstick on a pig...
It's almost like facial hair doesn't change your genetics or make you a man!
I'm at my wits end with this job.
Yeesh. If you can't handle being a barista, I have some bad news for you... maybe the linemen, mechanics, truckers, factory workers, engineers, contractors, pilots, and dockyard staff that make your job possible can tell you.
Look, I want this person to get the help she needs, and she's not alone in this type of behavior. But the best thing we can do for people like this is to stop coddling them. Life is hard and it comes at you fast. The way the world moves forward is to learn how to grow in spite of it.
I'll leave you with this brilliant parody of this clown show: