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TikToker Ripped For Making A Starbucks Barista Remake Her Drink After It Didn't Match Her Makeup

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Working in customer service means hearing a litany of ridiculous, capricious requests you most likely have no idea how to comply with.

Just ask the Emerald City workers when Dorothy so rudely asked "Can you even dye my eyes to match my gown?"

No. Who has that technology, Dorothy? Especially in 1939?!

One TikToker brought the wrath of the internet upon herself when she decided to make one such ridiculous request of a Starbucks' barista. After receiving her drink, she sent it back.

Why?

The drink was made properly, but the TikToker wanted the drink to match her particular shade of foundation.

Seriously.

@conniecantu

No ma’am, you’re done #starbies #statbucks #barista #fyp @Starbucks

"That was embarrassing," the audio on the video says, while the caption specifies the drink she *has* is 3 shades lighter than NC40, her foundation shade.

TikTokers were definitely embarrassed alright....but of her behavior.

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Most viewers agreed Connie, the TikToker, should really get her priorities straight when complaining about her coffee orders.

Still others criticized her choice in shade of foundation, accusing her of "blackfishing," or aiming for a skin color darker than her own.

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"I really hope you're embarrassed," Connie continued, while pulling out a drink a bit darker from off-frame, presumably the shade she asked the barista for.

One user pointed out the seemingly obvious:

“NC40 isn't a standard measurement tbh. Like who would know what that looks like?”

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The original poster later clarified her issue was with "paying extra for changes like coconut milk because [she] can't do dairy" only for the baristas to get the order wrong and charge her repeatedly.

However that is not what she said originally.

"Girl, if it's not the right shade, you should be making your coffee at home," replied one fed up user.

The original poster has not made a follow-up video.