- The tweet that started it all:
- — Starbucks Ireland (@StarbucksIE)Tue, Jun 05 2012 12:45:15
- From there, the floodgates were open.
- Some were clearly angry.
- — Peter Kavanagh (@TheKavOfficial)Tue, Jun 05 2012 16:07:49I am continuing not to buy coffee in @StarbucksIE, not because they're shit at Geography, but because they're shit at coffee.
- — Philip O'Connor (@philipoconnor)Tue, Jun 05 2012 13:59:14
- Some were a bit sarcastic.
- — Martyn Rosney (@martynrosney)Tue, Jun 05 2012 13:20:57
- — Jim Sheridan (@Jim_Sheridan)Tue, Jun 05 2012 15:59:42I'm not upset at @StarbucksIE calling us British .. I'm more upset at using the phrase "Happy Hour" without alcohol being involved :)
- And a few employed the "fake retweet" method.
- — AstonishingSod (@AstonishingSod)Tue, Jun 05 2012 15:26:14RT @StarbucksIE I say, Paddy, what would you do for some cheaper coffee, eh? Would you dance a jig on the lawn while I shoot your legs?
- — Jennifer O'Connell (@jenoconnell)Tue, Jun 05 2012 13:35:20Only 4m people who read this tweet spotted the mistake RT @StarbucksIE Happy hour is on! Show us what makes you proud to be British
Tweet from Irish Starbucks draws ire from Irish
A corporate Starbucks Twitter account mistakenly indicated that Ireland was part of Great Britain, drawing ire from the Emerald Isle. A handful of responses to the corporate account.
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