One TikToker posted a clip of her waiting behind parked cars, thinking it was Starbucks’ drive-thru line, and urged others to share their own hilarious failures.
TikToker Nesha (@neshafunny86) uploaded the clip on May 22, in which she sits in her car before panning the camera through her windshield. She shows a parked car in front of her and then focuses the camera on the empty Starbucks drive-thru line on the left.
“Why am I sitting in this long frigging drive thru queue at Starbucks after waiting I looked up and realized I was parked behind parked cars and not in the Starbucks queue,” reads the text overlay.
As of Wednesday, TikTok has 954,900 views.
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In the comments, people shared how they had similar experiences.
“It happened to me at a Dunkin’ Donuts a few years ago. I waited a good 3 to 5 business days before noticing it,” commented one user.
“Good to know I’m not the only one,” wrote another.
“I did this before trying to get out of my bank parking lot,” joked another TikToker.
“No, because I thought I was in a drive-thru for quick COVID tests and it was literally Starbucks,” another commented.
“Girls don’t feel bad the one time I sat at a stop sign waiting for it to turn green,” shared another.
The top comment reassured her that the fault wasn’t on her side.
“Nah, you were in line, the sim just suffered,” they wrote.
The Daily Dot reached out to Nesha via TikTok comment for this story.
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*Initial publication: June 15, 2022 at 6:34 pm CDT
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