Brended Coffee

Out of all the obvious things to misspell, you picked “blended?” Rasberry, caramell, and frappaccino didn’t appeal to you?

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7 Responses

  1. unindoctrinated says:

    Does it qualify as ironic if one makes a spelling error in an article ridiculing somebody else’s spelling error? You may want to remove the second “l” from “caramel”. Once you have done so you can delete this comment as well.

    • bigoak says:

      You missed the point. The author of the post was poking fun while saying you could have misspelled these words and listed misspellings of “rasberry” without the “p”, “caramell” with an extra “l”, rather than misspelling an easy word such as blended.

  2. Becca says:

    As a former Starbucks worker in the tri-state area, may I suggest that perhaps this is an intentional typo? As mean as this may sound, we often made fun of the way Asians pronounced some of the words, including blended which sounded like brended when they said it.

  3. brrrat says:

    I thought raspberry was misspelled but the joke is on me!

  4. me says:

    Are you brain-dead?
    There is ONLY ONE “L” in Caramel.
    It is only written with outline!!!
    Go see a doctor !!!

    • Jemolk says:

      He also misspelled “frappacino” and “rasberry” wrong. It was an intentional jab at the person who wrote “brended.”

  5. Luna says:

    I have seen Carmel as a spelling too…