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Harry Styles look-alike working at Starbucks sends Twitter into a frenzy

According to social media, what makes this Starbucks barista beautiful is how much he looks like singer Harry Styles.

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TikTok user Frida S. was in the Starbucks drive-thru with a group of friends when a barista, known only as “Sean,” popped his head out of the window to hand them their order. Immediately the group notices the man’s striking likeness to the ex-One Direction heartthrob.

“Are you Harry Styles?” one of the people in the car asks.

“You look like Harry Styles,” another says.

The group then tells the barista “we’re literally listening to your song right now!” referring to the real Styles.

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The 12-second clip, which has been viewed over 1.6 million times since it was posted Saturday with many weighing in on whether or not Styles had, in fact, started working as a Starbucks barista without anyone noticing. (Reuters)

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The 12-second clip has been viewed over 1.6 million times since it was posted Saturday, with many weighing in on whether or not Styles had, in fact, started working as a Starbucks barista without anyone noticing — or if it was just a regular guy, or if it was some sort of super-hybrid mixture of Styles and “The Maze Runner” actor, and teen-crush, Dylan O’Brien.

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Luckily, the TikTok user did not appear to share the location of the mysterious doppelgänger, so “Sean” seems to be safe from thirsty fans. For now, at least.

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Harry Styles look-alike working at Starbucks sends Twitter into a frenzy

According to social media, what makes this Starbucks barista beautiful is how much he looks like singer Harry Styles.

STARBUCKS ADDS NEW DAIRY-FREE DRINKS TO PERMANENT MENU, TESTS OAT MILK

TikTok user Frida S. was in the Starbucks drive-thru with a group of friends when a barista, known only as “Sean,” popped his head out of the window to hand them their order. Immediately the group notices the man’s striking likeness to the ex-One Direction heartthrob.

“Are you Harry Styles?” one of the people in the car asks.

“You look like Harry Styles,” another says.

The group then tells the barista “we’re literally listening to your song right now!” referring to the real Styles.

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The 12-second clip, which has been viewed over 1.6 million times since it was posted Saturday with many weighing in on whether or not Styles had, in fact, started working as a Starbucks barista without anyone noticing. (Reuters)

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The 12-second clip has been viewed over 1.6 million times since it was posted Saturday, with many weighing in on whether or not Styles had, in fact, started working as a Starbucks barista without anyone noticing — or if it was just a regular guy, or if it was some sort of super-hybrid mixture of Styles and “The Maze Runner” actor, and teen-crush, Dylan O’Brien.

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Luckily, the TikTok user did not appear to share the location of the mysterious doppelgänger, so “Sean” seems to be safe from thirsty fans. For now, at least.

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Dunkin’ teams up with Snoop Dogg to introduce glazed doughnut breakfast sandwich

Like many munchies-stricken stoner before him, Snoop Dogg has now resorted to making sandwiches out of doughnuts.

Together with Dunkin’, Snoop announced on Monday the debut of its new “Beyond D-O-Double G Sandwich,” a breakfast sandwich made with a plant-based Beyond Breakfast Sausage patty, egg, cheese, and two glazed doughnut halves for buns.

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“When I got the chance to work at Dunkin’ for the Beyond Sausage Sandwich launch, I got to thinking about what other Beyond Meat sandwiches we could create. Being around my favorite glazed donuts got me inspired, so today we are dropping The Beyond D-O-Double G Sandwich at Dunkin’ restaurants nationwide,” the rapper explained in a press release issued Monday.

Fans of Snoop Dogg and/or plant-based proteins dripping in sugary glaze will have to act fast, however, as the Beyond D-O-Double G Sandwich is only available for a limited time at participating Dunkin’ locations through Jan. 19.

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Together with Dunkin’, Snoop announced on Monday the debut of its new “Beyond D-O-Double G Sandwich,” a breakfast sandwich made with a plant-based Beyond Breakfast Sausage patty, egg, cheese, and two glazed doughnut halves for buns. (Dunkin’)

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But lest any Snoop’s fans are somehow too lethargic or relaxed to make it to a Dunkin’ before Jan. 19, fear not: Dunkin’ has also announced that participating locations will be offering free samples of its original Beyond Sausage Sandwich on Jan. 24 and 25, as well.

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The D-O-Double G Sandwich isn’t the first collaboration between Snoop and Dunkin’, however. In Nov. 2019, the rapper became a Dunkin’ Beyond Meat Ambassador amid the launch of its original Beyond Sausage Sandwich, even appearing in the brand’s ad campaign.

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Later this month, Snoop and Dunkin’ are also planning to debut an online pop-up shop offering a tracksuit, a bomber jacket and other apparel, some of which will be emblazoned with the coffee chain’s Beyond logos or the phrase “Glazzzed for Days” or “Glazzzy,” just in case anyone feels the need to advertise their preference for eating sandwiches made of dessert items.

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Dunkin’ bans ‘double cup’ in New England, swapping foam for paper

For Dunkin’ customers in New England, the days of the “double cup” — a foam cup acting as a sleeve around a cold drink — are over.

New ads are telling customers, as Boston 25 reported, that the “double cup is breaking up.” Executives at the chain said they’re moving to eliminate its polystyrene cups because foam isn’t sustainable.

Cold drinks are being marketed as “iced, delicious and single.”

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The Dunkin’ coffee chain is moving to eliminate its polystyrene cups because foam isn’t sustainable, so customers in New England will have to do without a “double cup” for their iced drinks. (FILE)

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The new campaign targets folks in Massachusetts and Rhode Island, for now, as The Associated Press reported.

The double-cup habit was started in New England, and has been most common there.

By Dec. 1, all the region’s stores are to start using paper cups that Dunkin’ said would be more environmentally friendly, as Fox 61 reported.

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Foam cups will be eliminated worldwide next year, Dunkin’ said.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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Half of Americans can’t start their day ‘positively’ without this, study claims

In today’s world, we know how important it is to keep a positive mindset. To do so, 85 percent of Americans are making a conscious effort to think positively each morning, according to a new survey.

A survey of 2,000 people looked at the ways in which people stay positive throughout the day and found a resounding 88 percent consider themselves positive people overall. However, 69 percent of those surveyed still wish they could be more positive.

The survey, conducted by OnePoll in conjunction with The Original Donut Shop Coffee, revealed four in five believe positive thinking can help improve their lives and start the morning off on a positive note.

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50 percent of people polled said their morning can’t start out positively unless they begin it enjoying a cup of coffee, a new poll claims. (iStock)

For half of those surveyed (50 percent) the morning can’t start out positively unless they begin it enjoying a morning cup of coffee.

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In fact, four in five people agree their daily cup of coffee helps them stay positive and productive throughout the day. Forty-eight percent also say exercise is key to getting their day started on a positive note.

In addition to coffee and exercise, the research revealed that smiling and thinking something positive (48 percent), waking up early (48 percent) and meditating (43 percent) are key to starting the morning off right.

“A positive morning routine primes your mind for success,” said Amy Blankson, CEO of Fearless Positivity and author of “The Future of Happiness.” “It’s so easy to fall prey to the tyranny of the urgent in the morning. Emails, text, calls, messages . . . By pausing for just two minutes to ground yourself in a positive practice like meditating or journaling, you are setting yourself up for greater happiness in the long run.”

Although working from home is still on the rise, working in an office could have other positive benefits. Seventy-five percent of those who work in an office strongly agree they consider themselves a positive person, compared to only 45 percent who work from home.

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The perks of an office don’t stop there. Half of those surveyed (50 percent) say a positive work environment allows their productivity to flourish – but everyone’s environment is different.

Regardless of whether people are working from home or from an office, small gestures will always go a long way. Sixty-three percent of those studied say they do something nice for someone else as a way to incorporate positivity into their daily lives. Nearly seven in 10 also say they have a co-worker that is very positive and helps them get through the workday.

In fact, 75 percent say they often receive appreciation from their co-workers while a further four out of five say when their employer shares appreciation for their work, they feel more motivated to do well.

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And that’s not all Americans will do to increase their positivity. Fifty-eight percent of those studied will surround themselves with positive people while a further 53 percent will try and appreciate others more.

Forty-eight percent keep a gratitude journal — listing all the things they are grateful for — while another 47 percent listen to uplifting podcasts in an effort to boost their positivity.

“Social support is the single greatest predictor of long-term happiness and success,” said Blankson. “Individuals who ‘pay it forward’ through praise and recognition express that they have greater feelings of happiness, satisfaction and relatedness on a weekly basis.”

“However, even more importantly, both givers and receivers inspire others to want to give, which creates a powerful network effect,” she added.

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This story was originally published by SWNS.

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Starbucks customer with nut allergy sues after served coffee with almond milk

A Starbucks customer severely allergic to nuts is suing the chain for $10,000 after he was allegedly served coffee with almond milk.

Max Scher, who says he is a frequent Starbucks patron, said he visited a location in Portland, Ore., in May, and — as he maintains that he always does — asked for his drink to be made with soy milk instead of nut milk.

“Hey, I have an allergy,” he says he always tells the staff, according to The Oregonian.  “Please be careful.”

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This time, however, Scher said he became aware something was amiss after about “three sips,” at which point his throat began closing up. He immediately administered an EpiPen injection and ate two Benadryl tablets before driving himself to the hospital, where he vomited on the way to the emergency room, according to The Oregonian.

Scher is now suing Starbucks, alleging negligence.

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A representative for Starbucks confirmed that the coffee chain is investigating the incident. (iStock)

In a statement provided to Fox News, a representative for Starbucks confirmed that the coffee chain is investigating.

“Our partners (employees) take great care in ensuring each of our customers’ beverages are customized as ordered,” the statement reads. “We take allegations like this seriously and are thoroughly investigating this situation.

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Scher’s attorney, Michael Fuller with OlsenDaines, further alleged to Yahoo Lifestyle that his client was basically “poisoned.”

Scher’s lawsuit also accuses Starbucks of failing to use “reasonable” care to prevent a potentially life-threatening situation, said the outlet.

“The point of my lawsuit is I just can’t afford my medical bills, and it doesn’t feel right that I should have to spend over $4,000 because they made a mistake,” Scher told The Oregonian.

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Scher’s attorney was not immediately available for further comment.

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McDonald’s announces new McCafe seasonal coffee, and it’s not pumpkin-spiced

McDonald’s is attempting to cram some late-fall flavors into its McCafé offerings.

On Thursday, McDonald’s announced the McCafé Cinnamon Cookie Latte as the latest seasonal drink to join a menu that already includes various flavored coffees and breakfast items.

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Billed as McCafé’s first “new seasonal beverage in five years,” the Cinnamon Cookie Latte is made with espresso, milk, and “the sweet taste of cinnamon,” according to the somewhat vague description provided by McDonald’s.

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The Cinnamon Cookie Latte will join the seasonal menu on Nov. 6 along with Donut Sticks, which were originally introduced to the menu in Feb. 2019. (McDonald’s)

The Cinnamon Cookie Latte will be available at locations across the country starting on Nov. 6, but only for a limited time “throughout the holidays.” The drink will also be available in both hot and iced varieties for $2 apiece.

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And, as the Internet has learned from Starbucks lo these many years, no seasonal beverage is complete without a festive cup. To that end, McDonald’s has decorated its cups in “a fresh coat of glistening snow.”

Along with its new latte, McDonald’s is bringing its Donut Sticks back to the McCafé menu after debuting the treats in February 2019 and attracting the ire of Dunkin’, who debuted its similar Donut Fries not long before. But unlike the Donut Fries before them, McDonald’s returning Donut Sticks will be accompanied by a brand-new chocolate dipping sauce, reportedly created in response to customer demand.

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The Donut Sticks, too, will be available from Nov. 6 “throughout the holidays.”

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Alicia Silverstone slams Starbucks over wasted cups, charging extra for nondairy milk

Actress Alicia Silverstone has a bone to pick with Starbucks.

The “Clueless” star went on a tirade against the coffeehouse chain in a series of tweets Tuesday after a worker used a disposable cup to pour her drink.

Silverstone, who is a longtime vegan and environmental activist, said she brought her reusable mug to an undisclosed Starbucks store to “reduce waste.” But she was horrified when she noticed that the staff had used a disposable cup to pour the drink into her personal mug.

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Alicia Silverstone reacted Tuesday to what she viewed as clueless behavior at a Starbucks coffee shop. (Instagram/aliciasilverstone)

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“Depressing! Just brought my reusable mug to @Starbucks &saw staff use a disposable cup, pour it into my mug, then toss the disposable cup,” Silverstone tweeted. “Totally defeats the purpose of trying 2 reduce waste. Then I looked around to see so many people sitting @ the cafe all w disposables! Ugh.”

But that wasn’t her only issue with Starbucks. In another tweet, Silverstone said she was “frustrated” over the coffee company’s surcharge for nondairy milk.

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“Y should we be penalized 4 making the eco-choice? It would be amazing for @Starbucks to lead the way &consider enviro externalities associated w the dairy industry by having dairy cost + or at least = plantmilk fees,” she tweeted.

Just when Twitter users thought the actress was done with her rant, Silverstone had one more gripe with Starbucks: “@starbucks one more thing – can you please get unsweetened oat milk at all your locations?”

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Starbucks’ Instagram-ready tortoiseshell cups keep selling out in stores

Pumpkin Spice Latte, meet your match.

Everyone is trying to get their hands on Starbucks’ Tortoise Cold Cup. Problem is, the reusable tortoiseshell-pattern cup is tough to come by.

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The Instagram-worthy brown and black Pumpkin Spice Latte vessel is so popular that it keeps selling out, Today reported. The cold beverage cup comes in two sizes, a 16-ounce that originally retailed for $13.95, and a 24-ounce size, which was sold for $16.95.

However, the trendy tumbler is now being hawked on resale sites like Amazon and Poshmark for up to three times the original price. A reseller on Poshmark listed a 16-ounce cup for $90 but later discounted the “classy and chic” tumbler to $45. A tumbler and steel bottle duo has even reached a whopping $77 on eBay since going viral.

However, Starbucks says cups are only available for purchase in stores.

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“We are thrilled with our customers’ response to our merchandise, including these items,” a rep tells The Post.

The tortoiseshell tumbler was first released earlier this spring, but has grown in popularity on social media recently. Instagram users have been pairing the cup with matching tortoiseshell manicures, nail art’s latest craze for fall.

The cup has also become a hot commodity for bragging rights. “Is it bad that I was pleased by the fact that two teenage girls were visibly jealous of my tortoiseshell reusable Starbucks cup?” wrote one Twitter user.

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“I finally got the tortoiseshell Starbucks cup I’ve been wanting for months and I think this is why white girls seem so happy,” another wrote.

The tortoiseshell cup might not be ideal for a PSL since it’s meant for the cold beverage variety, but it’s a perfect companion for the newest iteration of Starbucks’ infamous drink, the Pumpkin Cream Cold Brew.

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This reusable cup isn’t the first tumbler to go viral. Delish reports that a color-changing cup was all the rage earlier this year and a fight even broke out over a limited-edition cup shaped like a cat’s paw in China.

This article originally appeared on the New York Post.

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Starbucks barista accused of writing man’s name as ‘ISIS’ instead of Aziz

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A Starbucks employee in Philadelphia allegedly wrote “ISIS” on a customer’s drinks instead of Aziz, the patron said last week.

Niquel Johnson, 40, said he gave his Islamic name, “Aziz,” to the barista when he paid for three drinks on Aug. 25, saying it was pronounced “ah-zeez,” The Washington Post reported Friday.

Johnson said he was wearing traditional Middle Eastern clothing at the time.

A friend later pointed out the word ISIS — shorthand for the Islamic State terrorist group — on his drink when they were at a bookstore, Johnson said.

“I was shocked and angry. I felt it was discrimination,” he told The Post.

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Johnson said he used the name “countless” times at that Starbucks location. When the order was ready, the drink names were called instead of his name, he noted.

A district manager called him Thursday night and said Starbucks believed the issue had been resolved after speaking to a niece of his named Alora earlier in the week, but Johnson said he didn’t know anybody by that name.

Johnson also said he was considering legal action. “I feel like they’re not taking it seriously as it is,” he said.

In a statement provided to Fox News, a Starbucks spokesperson said, “After investigating, we don’t believe this was a case of discrimination or profiling. The customer approached and provided the name Aziz. The barista mistakenly spelled it incorrectly. We have connected with Mr. Johnson and apologized for this regrettable mistake.”

The Council on American-Islamic Relations’ (CAIR) Philadelphia chapter issued a statement Friday questioning whether the act was “an innocent mistake or a sick joke,” and calling Starbucks’ behavior “exceedingly deficient.”

“Mr. Aziz has the constitutional right and privilege to wear traditional Muslim garb in compliance with the dictates of his Islamic faith without harassment or fear of retribution, or further bigoted behavior,” Timothy Welbeck, a CAIR staff attorney, wrote in a letter to Starbucks.

Last April in Philadelphia, two black men were arrested for sitting at a different Starbucks location and not ordering anything. They were charged with trespassing and creating a disturbance, but the charges were dropped quickly. The incident sparked nationwide outrage and accusations of racial profiling.

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Starbucks CEO Kevin Johnson issued an apology and 8,000 stores were closed for an afternoon last May for “racial bias training.”

Fox News’ Alexandra Deabler and The Associated Press contributed to this report. 

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