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When he was offered a position to work at Starbucks Sam told his parents that for the first time in his life. That his life had real meaning.

Sam was diagnosed with autism and like some people with autism Sam has a movement disorder. Sam has a hard time keeping his body still. Sam never thought that he would be able to work behind the bar because of his sudden movements but his manager Chris believed in him and got Sam to channel his movements into dance.

It has taken Sam and Chris a lot of shifts and hours to get Sam to do what he is doing in the video. Sam is now known as the dancing barista. If it wasn't for Chris believing in Sam he would of never believed in himself.

More people like Sam need to be seen, heard and given a chance to thrive and dance."

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Voice of reason and radio personality Pete Dominick looks positively jolly as he lays the smackdown on the pastor who started the controversy about Starbuck's plain red cups this season. Way to get into the holiday spirit!

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The 10 Best Responses to the Starbucks Christmas Cup Controversy

If your Facebook feed is full of Christian rage about Starbucks' "anti-Christmas cups," you may need one of these perfect reaction memes:

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Backlash of The Day: Was This Starbuck's Barista's Flirty Message on A Cup Inappropriate?
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You gotta watch out for those Starbucks lovers.

Laura Roberts, a 19-year-old customer at Starbucks in London, received a rather flirty (and cheesy) message on her coffee cup from a male barista.

The unidentified employee scratched out the hot coffee warning and left this message: "Careful you're extremely hot" with an arrow and smily face.

Calm down, lover boy!

The thing is Roberts is engaged and her mom has Facebook—both big problems. Her mom posted a photo of the cup on the Sh*t London Facebook page.

The post received tons of backlash and angry comments, but Roberts is choosing to not identify the barista.

"It's my local Starbucks and he's lovely," she told MailOnline. "He always does it."

"That day I sent a picture of the cup to my mum, because she lives quite far away and she put the picture on Facebook."

Moral of the story: Keep mom off Facebook.

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I know that sounds like a clickbait headline, but this guy believes Starbucks uses the ol' "man milk" in their lattes, and he seems generally okay with it (not that he drinks it, of course). According to Pastor Manning, spunk is another kind of milk, because, much like regular milk comes from mammary glands, dude juice comes from the "testicle gland" and is just another body fluid. Starbucks, apparently, has figured out that people like the taste, and added it to their milk blend.



God I hope this is a parody.