Starbucks policy on employee dating
One Twitter user said a 'trusted source' told her it was 'terrible', while a female customer rated it a '-4 million/10' and said it 'smells like sweaty socks and tastes gross'. While a handful have shared their sign-painting handiwork, featuring fun drawings of zombies and other spooky Halloween references, most are already waiting for the limited run to run out.'Starbucks launches Zombie Frappuccino tomorrow and I just wanna know why they hate their baristas,' one wrote on Wednesday.'Just made the first zombie frappuccino.
I can’t wait to hate my job here soon,' said another.'Y’all say a prayer for starbucks baristas today,' joked one more.
While some have called the beverage 'disgusting', others have named it as a new favorite.
Rumors of the Zombie drink began swirling online in the middle of the month, when some baristas posted information about the top-secret menu item online.
'The Zombie Frappuccino will simply be the end of me.
A source close to Ms May said: 'She said in her speech that these companies have a duty to put something back.
That is her strong view and it remains her strong view.' It is not clear which clients Mr May deals with on behalf of Capital Group, but his name has been mentioned in the minutes for Norfolk County Council’s pension committee reports, where he has appeared on behalf of his company as a pension manager.
But, alas, claims the story, he was later taken to the crematory and burned to death by an inexperienced worker who mistook him for a corpse.
Thankfully, the rather horrific story is just a work of fiction. The report comes from the notorious fake-news website World News Daily Report.