- Index hide1 A Twitter user showed the values of people in a Starbucks in Germany, highlighting how in that country you can even leave an unlocked MAC without any concern.2 This tweet went viral because it sparked a discussion among netizens about the ethics of people in their respective nations.3 Starbucks is one of the most important global coffee chains in the world, with more than 30,000 branches around the world.
A Twitter user showed the values of people in a Starbucks in Germany, highlighting how in that country you can even leave an unlocked MAC without any concern.
Starbucks is one of the most important global coffee chains in the world, with more than 30,000 branches around the world.
Whether here, or in Germany or all over the world, values are important, which is why a user shared on Twitter a photo in a Starbucks showing an unlocked MAC. This photo caused a stir among netizens.
User displays values at Starbucks in Germany
The social network of Twitter has become in recent years the safe place to share personal stories. Thanks to the implementation of the threads in the conversations due to the character limit, a large part of the users is allowed to relate something that they have lived in a creative, striking way and, of course, using visual resources. Photos and videos are shared daily in which hard-to-believe cases are reported, or exemplary in terms of their approach.
To give an example, a few months ago the case of a girl who was offered help by Starbucks employees through a note in a glass went viral when she noticed that a boy who had not entered the premises with her had spoken to her in a “scandalous” way. Her mother recounted what happened and the case exploded on the internet, valuing the ability to react and the empathy of the local employees.
On this occasion, the establishment was once again the protagonist due to the tweet of an Argentine user residing in Germany. In it you can see a MAC perched on a single table at Starbucksalong with a handbag, a jacket, a bottle of water and a coffee from the establishment.
This is the tweet shared by the user:
We are in a cafe, the guy next door went to the bathroom and left all his things, even the unlocked Mac… I still can’t get used to this 🤪 pic.twitter.com/UFGvmMGS3r
– Nazarena Medina (@nazarenamedina) March 9, 2022
Although the woman does not mention at any time that it is the establishment, the reflection in the glass and the bar in the background show the logo of starbucks distorted, plus the coffee chain’s typefaced name is visible at least on the “bucks.”
The following can be read in his tweet:
“We’re in a cafe, the guy next door went to the bathroom and left all his stuff, even the unlocked Mac… I still can’t get used to this.”
This publication sparked controversy among Twitter users, because while some shared stories about the advantages of living in some of the countries, called “first world”, of Europe, Asia or even North Americasome others presented disadvantages and arguments with which they tried to clarify that “not everything is rosy in Europe”.
One of the comments even spoke about the violence suffered by women in Latin America and commented that she has had to get used little by little to stop asking her 18-year-old daughter to tell her when she has arrived safely at her destination and when she is going back home, while residing in Spain.
Of course, although these cases expose a clear cultural values standard with which people in some parts of the “first” world have, this does not mean that it is a norm and that everyone is capable of respecting what “is not theirs”. In any case, we should not ignore the fact that, if this story seems incredible to us to hear, we probably should rethink our attitudes as a group.
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