VIRAL STORY: Starbucks customer forced to leave by a group of middle-aged women


A fight-for-space scenario inside Starbucks Robinsons Malolos branch between students and a group of women in their 40s.

A mere rant posted by a Starbucks customer named Charina Sixwillfix Jimenez in Facebook against a group of women who was trying to occupy her table with force.

Charina titled her story as "A First in Starbucks Robinsons Malolos." She first started the story by describing the photo included in her post was not a 'mainstream obligatory Starbucks photo' rather it was about the 'ill-mannered people' she encountered. She added that this was not a happy experience to tell in the first place.

The story goes like this. Charina and her sister went early to Starbucks, the nearest coffee shop from their place, to meet a high school friend that they haven't seen for a long time and to relax after the stressful semester.

They started to catch up with each other over frappes and cinnamon buns. After some time, while they were having a good conversation, a group of women with estimated average age of early 40s surrounded them. In fact, a woman from that group put a bag on Charina's arm rest as a sign probably for them to leave.
Until today, while we were in the middle of a good conversation with friends we haven’t seen for years, with my frappe almost half consumed and only a fourth of my cinnamon eaten, I noticed a group of old women (maybe in the early 40s) surrounding our group. One of the women even placed her bag on the arm rest of my couch and I let her, thinking maybe, she’s merely waiting in line (because the line in Starbucks Malolos is unimaginably long). But no, they aren’t. They are actually pressuring us to leave and we aren’t even done with our food, and most especially, with our time together. They stayed there and listened to our conversation and when they figured we wouldn’t be leaving any soon, the same woman I was mentioning earlier waved to her friend and said loudly, “Diyan! Diyan kayo maghintay mayayari na yan.” There was another huge group of young college students next to our table who seemed to be catching up, too. And these women circled on this group as well. I felt like the students got pressured in the presence of the old ladies that they were forced to leave.

This didn't end up here. The rude lady loudly casted a massage directing to Charina's group saying, "Pag kasi tapos na kumain, alis na." Charina's sister could not resist that time and answered back to the 'ill-mannered' lady, "hindi po ito fastfood."

The fight-for-space continued. We quoted some part of Charina's experience with these 15 women who were forcing them to leave the coffee shop.
The same woman I’ve been mentioning didn’t stop there. She’s been babbling, making it to a point that we hear it.

“Tignan mo oh. Yun lang naman binili nila.” (Excuse me miss. You don’t drown yourself with coffee. Starbucks also isn’t new to us that we would get so excited with it and buy everything in their menu. Also, we don’t take obligatory photo of our faces next to a Starbucks frappe to upload in Facebook to show off. Starbucks do not excite us. It can be an everyday thing to us. So don’t brag about the 15 cups of frappe you ordered.) “Picturan niyo! Picturan niyo!” The same woman got her tablet and took a photo of us. It was late that I realized she did. Had I known it a few seconds earlier, I would have smiled and took a pose. And so I got my sister’s iPad, and took a photo of them too. She said “Ipopost ko ‘to!” with a big smile on her face. I answered back, and said, “Sige lang po meron din po kayo :)” with a huge smile on my face too.

About an hour passed, the 'rude' women started leaving the coffee shop one by one. One of them passed behind Charina's camp and threw some words, “Alis na ko, masyado na kong nagtatagal” (I'll go ahead, I'm staying for too long).
The woman finally finished with her food, stood up, and shouted, “WE’RE DONE!!!” And that was damn pathetic. She walked towards us, looking at us from head to toe, what we ordered, with a huge grin on her face,and said “Pag tapos na kumain, alis na.” And as a wrap-up on this fight-for-space, I told her “Dalas-dalasan niyo po sa SB. So you’d know how it is,” Charina said.
This story was first posted in Facebook on December 18 and now has garnered 3.7k shares, hundreds of likes, and several comments. Some commenters shared the same sentiments. If you want to read the full story, go here




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A fight-for-space scenario inside Starbucks Robinsons Malolos branch between students and a group of women in their 40s.
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