Starbucks Dictionary Announced
Starbucks has always been at the cutting edge of the coffee business. For example, they were the first to introduce outlandish cup sizes that made even a simple cup of coffee sound exotic. What sounds cooler, ‘large coffee’ or ‘venti drip’? This just goes to show that the Starbucks marketing people know what they are doing. But with the growing variety of hard-to-remember and even harder-to-pronounce names for their drinks as well as growing coffee jargon, it is taking people longer and longer to order their drinks, especially if they are new to the world of overpriced coffee. So Starbucks go to work to solve this problem.
Enter the Starbucks Dictionary! The crack team of researchers as the Sarcasmist have found that Starbucks is about to announce the release of their revolutionary coffee dictionary which will not only generate revenue through sales of the dictionary itself, but also help bring in those potential customer who have been, until now, intimidated by the Starbucks vocabulary. Starbucks plans to also release electronic versions of its dictionary through the iPhone/iPad and Android app stores.
This is what I hope the entries will look like:
Caramel Macchiato: A drink best for when you are trying to look classy, but really just want a sugar and caffeine rush.