Please chill, internet. It’s only Nov. 1 and we’re already fighting about Starbucks cups.
Rumors were flying on Tuesday after Starbucks released a limited-edition green cup to encourage everyone to be good to one another. Instead of feelings of goodwill, the cup sparked a fake internet fight and a ton of confusion.
The company told Mashable in a statement on Monday that they will be releasing a green cup on Tuesday “for a limited time while supplies last.” Mashable initially skipped on the opportunity to write this story because, to be perfectly honest, it’s not that interesting.
“On Nov. 1, Starbucks stores in the U.S. will feature a green cup that represents the connections we have as a community. It’s meant to be a symbol of unity, and encourage us to be good to each other. Artist Shogo Ota’s design represents humanity and connection, serving as a symbol for bringing people together as a united community,” the company said in a statement. Read more…
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