Starbucks 2016 Holiday Cup Design Has Been Leaked and It Looks Like MEAT!
Starbucks just can’t seem to get it right anymore when it comes to their cup designs. After last year’s holiday cup debacle, you’d think they’d play it safe this time around. Whether that was their intention or not, folks still aren’t happy. Not only are Starbucks’ green cups getting some serious hate on social media at the moment, their 2016 red holiday cup design has apparently been leaked, and latte-lovers are not impressed. In fact, not only are the designs not winning over any fans, peeps think they look like meat. MEAT! Ew.
When Reddit user DasUberSquid posted a photo of what they claimed to be a peek at this year’s Starbucks red holiday cup design, there was immediate interest, being that this is perhaps the most highly anticipated cup of the year…
Starbucks red cups are back tomorrow!!🎄⛄️❄️what a time
— Tal (@tahlialonghurst) November 1, 2016
it ain't christmas until the starbucks red cups come out
— matthew khaddor (@BigPoppaMatthew) November 1, 2016
When does @Starbucks start with the red cups?? I'm ready for my peppermint white hot chocolate, please ☺️☕️
— Alîssä Ełłëń ➳ (@lovealissaellen) October 22, 2016
I'm overflowing w/ Christmas cheer. Hope they've got those red cups at @Starbucks today. Hey, how about a round of "Jingle Bells?" 11/01/16
— Tom Lenk (@tomlenk) November 1, 2016
Literally putting $5 each paycheck away for Starbucks. Red cups aint here yet, but nothing will stop me from going everyday when they do👻
— Heat 🔥& Snow Miser❄ (@Dos_Twinjas) October 23, 2016
But when they saw the seasonal plant-inspired design, peeps were quick to give their honest (totally neg opinions), with some claiming the cups simply (grossly) look like meat…
— M A F E R 🦄 (@hellomaphie) October 30, 2016
okay but why does the new Starbucks red cups look like lady gaga's meat dress? pic.twitter.com/II16sOcJHz
— . (@travxmichael) November 1, 2016
Yeah, now we can’t unsee the meat thing. Yuck.
Oh, Starbucks, please just play it safe with some snowmen next year, okay?
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(Photos via Starbucks)