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Starbucks' new Unicorn Frappuccino, a ‘color-changing, flavor-changing’ beverage, set one employee on a tirade against the much anticipated drink hours after the product was launched. Braden Burson of Monument, Colo. said he left his shift having never been so stressed in his entire life, with his hands covered in unicorn “crap." Twitter/iambburson via Storyful
Starbucks' new Unicorn Frappuccino, a ‘color-changing, flavor-changing’ beverage, set one employee on a tirade against the much anticipated drink hours after the product was launched. Braden Burson of Monument, Colo. said he left his shift having never been so stressed in his entire life, with his hands covered in unicorn “crap." Twitter/iambburson via Storyful

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UPDATED April 21, 2017 07:39 AM

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