Starbucks Worker Loses It Over Unicorn Frappuccino

Though derided by critics as "magical diabetes juice", the popular and brightly multicolored frappuccino ran out in Northwest Indiana nearly as soon as it was introduced on Wednesday; for instance, it was gone from the Hammond Starbucks on Indianapolis Boulevard by Wednesday night.

"I'm exhausted of making Unicorn Frappuccinos for my peers, who - let me remind you - are supposed to be, 'leaders who create value for the world and shape the business landscape, '" she wrote.

Author Rainn Wilson, who wrote "The Bassoon King" in 2015, tweeted that "I seriously want to punch in the tooth anyone who buys or drinks a unicorn Frappuccino".

"It tastes like a sweet tart", the former New York Giant said.

The miffed barista shouts: "Please don't get it!" "My hands are completely sticky". I have Unicorn crap all in my hair and on my nose. From calling it "straight hell" to giving the drink the middle finger emoji (welcome to the 21st century!), baristas aren't feeling the unicorn love. He begs for people to stop ordering the drink, because, according to Burson: "I have never been so stressed out in my entire life".

Good Morning America's Michael Strahan appeared to like his Unicorn Frappuccino when he tried it.

"First day of launching Unicorn Frapp makes me psychotic", wrote one Canadian barista on Instagram.

Fortunately for the haters and exhausted baristas, the Unicorn Frappuccino is only going to be on the menu until Sunday, or as supplies last.

The drink, which was released Wednesday, is made with pink powder blended into cream Frappuccino with mango syrup and layered with a sour blue drizzle, USA Today reported.

The limited edition drink hit stores earlier this week, and customers seem to be asking for it in waves.

  • Essie Rivera