13 Signs You're Obsessed With Starbucks
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13 Signs You're Obsessed With Starbucks

"12. Your drink has probably been on your Instagram or Snapchat more than once."

13 Signs You're Obsessed With Starbucks
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There are so many things that people want in life; happiness, joy, energy, lots and lots of smiles daily. Perhaps this is actually just the description of how you feel every time you get that perfect drink from Starbucks, whether it's a tea, latte or coffee, it warms your heart. This my friends is the beginning of an obsession.

So how do you know you are obsessed with Starbucks?

1. You get up extra early in the morning just so you can make it to Starbucks before your morning class or work.

It might mean setting the alarm 15 minutes earlier, but boy, is it worth it.

2. You crave it almost every morning as well.

It is a necessity and without it, functioning just doesn't seem likely.

3. You have your "normal" drink already on your mind when you walk in the doors.

(No matter how complicated it may be.)

4. The workers may even start to recognize you.

Or even better, remember your name!

5. You reward yourself with that latte that you've been dying to try.

Because hey, you studied a solid five minutes! That deserves something!

6. You're a Starbucks Gold member.

And if you aren't yet, you definitely could have been if you had actually been keeping track of your purchases.

7. Other coffee shops are nice and all, but they just can't seem to compare to Starbucks for you.

Nice try, Dunkin'.

8. You sometimes get strange looks of disapproval upon arrival.

People may start to look at you weird because they feel like you were just there an hour ago; and then they realize that you actually were there an hour ago.

9. Starbucks is your go-to homework/study spot, it's just something about the atmosphere.

Who needs libraries?

10. You might even know a couple of the drinks on the "Secret Menu."

But you also may be too scared to order them because you don't want to piss the baristas off.

11. If you haven't had coffee in a couple of days, you have withdrawal.

Paired with a disinterest in anything else.

12. Your drink has probably been on your Instagram or Snapchat more than once.

Who doesn't love to brag?

13. You've come to enjoy the random spellings of your name that you've received.

At least they tried.

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