Either they meant "Aaron," or somebody named Inn thinks he's the next Michael Jordan.
This customer wasn't a guy named Allen; it was an extraterrestrial who needed a pick-me-up after a long day of mutilating cows.
Halfway through writing in Greg's order for a coffee with cream, the barista got confused.
This person's actual name? Dave.
Michelle was the only one on her softball team without a nickname. That was about to change, thanks to a frazzled barista.
Koortnoy's complaint is that they misspelled her name.
After the barista butchered her name again, he got a court-KNEE to the gut.
1. Spell the name correctly.
2. If you don't know how to spell the name correctly, write down a bunch of scribbles and hope no one notices.
Clearly this barista isn't a Hepburn fan.
Welcome to Kateland! Come and take a ride down the Winslet Waterfall, or order a Hudson hot dog at the Middleton Marketplace. Kateland is where all your Katedreams come true.
"Bianca" is a hard name to figure out. The same cannot be said, however, for...
Christian. Not Kris Chin. What's your problem, man? I don't go back there and mess up your name, but you're all la-di-da! You're a nice guy. You're a nice guy, but you and me, we're done professionally.
Pauline thought this was a funny take on her name, but the hungry swarming bees nearby were not amused.
Stay C. You know, Vitamin C's little sister?
In fairness, this is a pretty close phonetic spelling of Jeremy. Nothing to be ashamed of, unlike...
Jermiminy? Jermimny? Germany? Yep. Pretty sure it's Germany.
No, Sofa ordered tea. The Frappuccino was forOttoman. Couch just got a bagel.
Skylar? Sister? Sylar, the bad guy from Heroes? I always thought he was more of a Coffee Bean guy.
Kenneth, you need to slow down when you're ordering. No one can understand you.
In fairness to the barista, he ordered like a real tom-hole.