Maybe it was created by someone who is rebelling against the wraps as health food idea and they're trying to say, "You might think this is healthy but, worry not, it will still kill you."Avocado is also misspelled.
They are, in fact, served all day, though as far as I can tell they are actually wraps.Also, that is the worst signage I've ever seen in a Starbucks... My manager would be hunting heads if our signs looked like that :-P
The bullet points for the two main ingredients are a hoot too. I'm not quite sure what "Spinach feta" and "Bacon Avacado" are!
When did Starbucks start making coloring books for 3-year-olds? Start the branding young!
is anyone going to say anything about the bizarre ass drawing? exactly what the hell is that supposd to be? no wonder they choose to refer to it as a "breakfast wrap."
I was going to question the drawing? What IS that? It doesn't look like anything I would want to eat! Good baristas do not always make good artists!
The drawing reminds me of the characters from a Cranium game.
"breakfast wraps" so what exactly is it..love the quotes you get..blog is a great idea.
that thing is sick looking. i truly can't make it out, and i'm a nanny as well as artistic, so i speak both languages. i see a halved avocado.. on a black cutting board?.... with cartoon eyes peeking out of..... a yellow puddleidon'tknow!! i expected to see some sort of representation of a burrito, spinach, feta, and/or bacon in there, but i can confidently say that while i don't know what it is, it surely can't be any of those things.
I think the ambiguity here is whether a "breakfast wrap" from starbucks actually counts as "food". Their egg muffin things certainly don't.
Well, if it's what they officially call their breakfast foods, then it's just fine.
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