In all honesty, everything I read about that freaking pink and purple drink made me mad. Mainly because every other person in my newsfeed was raging on and on about how terrible it was that moms (no dads, of course) were giving it to their kids. The coffee snobs even made sure to let everyone know that Starbucks in general is the devil incarnate.
Sure, it's insanely sugary. 39 freaking grams of sugar, in fact. (That's just the tall size.) Which, for your information, is the same amount of sugar in a can of soda. You know, the ones you give your kids at birthday parties and sleepovers. The horror!
All sugar aside, it frustrates me that people feel the need to be so vocal about something that really doesn't matter. You think it looks gross? Don't drink one. You think it has too much sugar? Don't give one to your kids. But my goodness, the mountain you're willing to die on should not be a Facebook battle about a rainbow beverage!
This world of ours is a real mess. And it's not going to be made better by you tweeting your disdain for artificially colored unicorn dust. If you are looking to put all of that outrage to good use, here are 10 REAL problems in the world to be livid about instead of the Starbucks Unicorn Frappuccino: