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This Is What Your Barista Really Thinks Of You

Eat This, Not That! Logo By © Provided by Eat This, Not That! of Eat This, Not That! | Slide 1 of 14: <p>By April Benshosan</p><p>They may hand you your triple venti skim latte with a smile, but we’ve uncovered what's really behind your barista’s happy facade.</p><p>Walking into your local coffee shop or Starbucks joint usually doesn’t involve more than a gander at the overhead menu, a quick greeting to the cashier followed by your order, and a hopefully short wait before you grab your drink and jut out. That’s usually the customer’s experience. On the other hand, the guy or gal brewing your coffee has a totally different outlook on your caffeinated order.</p><p>Surviving their fair share of incoherent accents, wacky orders, mindblowing modifications, and just plain ol’ rude customers, your barista has probably been through it all. And, thanks to Reddit, they’re here to share their thoughts with the rest of us. If you’re curious as to which gears are turning under your barista’s logo cap while they’re whipping up your java, check out our confession compilation below. And while you’re reconsidering ordering that super complex coffee with an extra caramel drizzle, consider trying these <a href="http://www.eatthis.com/coffee-shop-weight-loss">20 Easy Ways To Stay Slim At Any Coffee Shop</a> instead.</p>

This Is What Your Barista Really Thinks Of You

By April Benshosan

They may hand you your triple venti skim latte with a smile, but we’ve uncovered what's really behind your barista’s happy facade.

Walking into your local coffee shop or Starbucks joint usually doesn’t involve more than a gander at the overhead menu, a quick greeting to the cashier followed by your order, and a hopefully short wait before you grab your drink and jut out. That’s usually the customer’s experience. On the other hand, the guy or gal brewing your coffee has a totally different outlook on your caffeinated order.

Surviving their fair share of incoherent accents, wacky orders, mindblowing modifications, and just plain ol’ rude customers, your barista has probably been through it all. And, thanks to Reddit, they’re here to share their thoughts with the rest of us. If you’re curious as to which gears are turning under your barista’s logo cap while they’re whipping up your java, check out our confession compilation below. And while you’re reconsidering ordering that super complex coffee with an extra caramel drizzle, consider trying these 20 Easy Ways To Stay Slim At Any Coffee Shop instead.

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