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Giving Starbucks Employees $1,000 If They Spell My Name Right!

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  • (pop music)
  • - Hey guys today we're gonna be doing
  • a very trending challenge.
  • And it's really funny so we're super excited.
  • So you know how you go into Starbucks
  • and then they ask you what's your name,
  • and then you tell them your name.
  • And sometimes they don't even spell it.
  • So we're gonna go to a bunch of
  • different Starbuckses and we're gonna
  • see if they can spell our name correct.
  • If they do then we're gonna give them a big tip.
  • - So we're gonna have several rounds
  • and go to different Starbucks locations.
  • - And each one of our names are gonna get
  • harder and then the tips are gonna get bigger.
  • For the first one we're going to say our
  • real names but then for the rest of the ones
  • we're gonna make up fake names that
  • are a little bit harder than the last round.
  • - And our mom is gonna be joining us in this challenge.
  • - And she has a pretty simple name
  • but it's spelled a little bit different
  • than what people usually have it as.
  • So, this is gonna be really fun
  • and now let's go get some Starbucks.
  • - Yummy. (bell ringing)
  • - See if they spell our names right.
  • - No babe you can't have Starbucks.
  • You're gonna stay at home and get some kibbles
  • - And so we went to the bank and
  • our mom got a lot of cash for the tips.
  • So for first round we'll use our real names, mines Emily.
  • I think it's gonna be pretty easy to spell.
  • - But mine it sometimes people
  • never spell it Evil N or--
  • - And you can also put an E at the end
  • then you're doing it in French.
  • By the way her name is Evelyn, if you didn't know.
  • And our mom's name--
  • - [Mother] Is Monika.
  • - But yeah it's spelled with a K.
  • In America most people spell it with a C.
  • - [Mother] Sometimes they get it right.
  • - Yeah sometimes they get it right.
  • - [Mother] But most of the time they spell it with a C.
  • So we're going to see how many they get correct.
  • And for the first round since it's a very easy
  • round we're going to do $10 per correct name.
  • So if they spell all three correctly
  • they get $30 tip, which is a pretty good tip.
  • - Hi can I please have a tall
  • Soy Milk Ice Latte with vanilla syrup please.
  • (upbeat pop music)
  • oh, no thank you.
  • - [Worker] Okay, a Soy Milk Ice latte with vanilla syrup.
  • And what was your name?
  • - Emily, yeah, Emily.
  • - [Worker] Okay Emily, how do you spell that?
  • - Spell it however you can.
  • - Hi can I please have mango dragonfruit lemonade
  • (upbeat pop music)
  • - [Worker] What's your name?
  • - Evelyn.
  • - [Worker] Evelyn?
  • - Yeah.
  • - [Worker] $4.45.
  • - [Mother] Can I have the tall ice guava
  • white tea Lemonade please.
  • - [Worker] That's it?
  • Name please.
  • - [Emily] You got to tell her what's your name.
  • - [Mother] Yeah, just whatever it's coming soon.
  • It's for Monika.
  • - So I got my drink and look how they spelled my name.
  • They spelled it correct so they're
  • gonna get a big tip.
  • (bell rings)
  • Okay one name down, two more to go.
  • - [Worker] One white lemonade.
  • - Let's see how they spelled it.
  • Right. (bell ringing)
  • - Okay, so far her tip is $20 but
  • our mom's just came so let's try.
  • (buzzer blowing)
  • They spelled it with a C.
  • So she gets $20.
  • - [Mother] $20, not bad.
  • - That's a good tip.
  • Okay there's no real long line, let's go.
  • We did a challenge to see how many
  • names you could spell right and
  • you got two out of three, so here's you're tip.
  • - Oh my God.
  • (laughs) Thank you.
  • That's amazing.
  • Thank you.
  • - [Mother] You got two correct.
  • You spelled Monika with a C and it's with a K.
  • - Oh.
  • - [Mother] So that's the only, but you got them right.
  • (laughter)
  • - That's really sweet. - You're welcome, bye.
  • - [Worker] Thank you.
  • - Okay so the barista there was super nice
  • and she was also really surprised
  • about the tip and she totally deserves the tip.
  • So now we're gonna go to another
  • Starbucks and pick three names.
  • I already know what my name is gonna be.
  • Okay guys, we have new names.
  • We're gonna use fake names this round and
  • they're gonna be a little bit harder than the last one.
  • We're gonna give $15 for each correct name.
  • - Yeah and also the spelling too.
  • - So now we're gonna say the names and how to spell them.
  • So mine is Millie.
  • You can spell it two ways with a Y or an I-E.
  • I'm gonna spell it M-I-L-L-I-E.
  • And Evelyn's name--
  • - Is Kaitlin.
  • But it's gonna be spelled different.
  • It's gonna be spelled K-A-I-T-L-I-N.
  • - [Mother] And I am going to be Phoebe for this round.
  • It's P-H-O-E-B-E.
  • - It looks like Phobe but it's really Phoebe.
  • - [Mother] Yeah, it's not a very popular name
  • so I don't know if they gon--
  • - I don't know some people might spell it with an F.
  • - [Mother] I think most of the baristas should get it.
  • - What if one of these is actually their name.
  • - [Mother] Yeah maybe.
  • - "Oh my name's Millie too.
  • "Mine's spelled with an I-E what about yours?"
  • Okay so let's go get some Starbucks and give some tips.
  • Hi can I please have a cotton candy frappuccino and bagel.
  • - [Worker] We don't have a bagel.
  • We're out of them, we have the drink.
  • - Okay, so a small cotton candy frappuccino
  • and a birthday cake cake pop please.
  • My name is Millie.
  • - [Worker] $7.92.
  • - Hi, can I please get a S'mores cappuccino please.
  • - [Worker] What size?
  • - Tall please.
  • - Thank you.
  • - No please.
  • - [Worker] Okay.
  • All right $5.30.
  • - [Mother] Hi, can I have a tall creme cream.
  • - [Worker] $4.55.
  • Thank you.
  • - So they had to put the name on this bag.
  • So for the drink it's probably gonna be the same spelling.
  • (bell rings)
  • Okay, so our mom's drinks are done
  • and they spelled both of the names right.
  • So now it's just up to Evelyn's name
  • to see if they will get this one.
  • - [Together] There's Millie. (bell rings)
  • And Phoebe. (bell rings)
  • - Guys look (laughs).
  • - [Mother] You should use a straw.
  • - All right so they didn't spell Caitlyn right.
  • They did the C instead of K. (buzzer blows)
  • And a Y instead of I.
  • I would've put it with a Y too though.
  • So we were seeing how many names you could spell right,
  • you got two out of three so here's your big tip.
  • (cash register dinging)
  • - What again, what was that again?
  • - We was trying to see how many names
  • you could spell right and you got two out of three.
  • - Okay.
  • - [Mother] You actually misspelled Kaitlin
  • but you guys got Phoebe and Millie correctly.
  • So it's basically $15 for each correct name.
  • - That's great, it is pretty cool, huh?
  • (laughs)
  • I wish I would've all got them right though.
  • Thank you. - That's okay.
  • - [Mother] You're welcome, bye.
  • - Okay so I got a S'mores frappuccino
  • and they actually didn't spell the name right.
  • They spelled it with a C instead of K,
  • and then a Y instead of an I.
  • - And then the guy, he actually put it on the wrong cup.
  • So we told him could he please
  • put the name on it so that--
  • - It's actually pretty cool way to spell it though.
  • - Yeah and then the lady, she was so shocked.
  • She was like, "Wait, what?"
  • It was really funny. - "Wait, what?"
  • - Yeah and I got a cotton candy frappuccino,
  • it doesn't really taste like cotton candy.
  • I mean it does in a way.
  • - This one doesn't taste, kind of tastes like cotton candy
  • - Oh obviously we got the wrong ones (laughs).
  • - It's really good, chocolate.
  • - [Mother] And a pink drink, you can't
  • go wrong with a pink drink.
  • - You guys, Starbucks number three
  • and each name spelled correctly is $20.
  • So Evelyn's is--
  • - Calle but it's spelled C-A-L-L-E.
  • - And could it be spelled C-A-L-I
  • and it also could be C-A-L-L-I-E.
  • It could be spelled in a lot of ways.
  • So I think hers is the least of that name,
  • or something, I don't know.
  • Mine is Jacintha, Jacintha yeah.
  • It's G, not G, I'm going cray.
  • I don't know how to spell today,
  • so this is not helping.
  • J-A-C-I-N-T--
  • - [Together] H-A.
  • - Jacintha.
  • It's spelled a little bit differently but
  • that's fine and then mommy's is gonna be Lynne.
  • It's L-Y-N-N--
  • - [Together] E.
  • - So they're pretty hard but if
  • you know different ways then maybe
  • you could get it right.
  • But for Calle I would just do like,
  • I wouldn't spell it that way.
  • - [Mother] Yeah, I think they not
  • going to spell mine with the E at the end.
  • I think she's gonna be--
  • - I don't think they're gonna spell mine.
  • - [Mother] They'll probably miss the H in yours.
  • - Yeah.
  • - [Mother] Unless somebody knows how to spell it.
  • - And maybe instead of the C they'll do a X.
  • - [Mother] But this is the third round
  • so the names are getting harder
  • and the tips are getting bigger.
  • - Can I please have a Strawberry Frappuccino
  • with whipped cream top please.
  • - [Worker] And your name?
  • - My name is Jacintha.
  • - [Worker] Can you spell it for me please?
  • - You can spell it however you want.
  • - [Worker] Okay, what was the name again, one more time?
  • - Jacintha.
  • - [Worker] Jacintha, all right, okay.
  • It's gonna where you are (laughs).
  • You said whipped cream right?
  • - Yes please.
  • - [Worker] And then a Strawberries and Creme?
  • - No, a cherry on the strawberry frappuccino.
  • - [Worker] Explain?
  • - A cherry on the strawberry frappuccino please.
  • - [Worker] No we have the Strawberries and Creme,
  • would you like that one?
  • - It has a strawberry kind of a jammy side of it.
  • And the rest of it is white.
  • - [Worker] No, we make the Strawberries and Creme.
  • I'm not sure.
  • You know we actually are out of the strawberries.
  • - Okay then can I please have the
  • Vanilla Bean frappuccino please?
  • - [Worker] Vanilla Bean?
  • Is that all today?
  • We actually just dumped out all of the
  • strawberries yesterday because it was expired (laughs).
  • - Oh.
  • - [Worker] So what else can I get for you?
  • - That's it please.
  • - [Worker] Would like our donuts?
  • It's gonna be $3.80.
  • How are you?
  • - Good.
  • Can I please get a chocolate drink please?
  • - [Worker] A chocolate drink?
  • Your name?
  • - Calle.
  • - [Worker] What did you say?
  • - Calle.
  • - [Worker] Calle?
  • - Yeah.
  • - Okay. - No Calle.
  • - [Worker] Calle, oh okay, from California.
  • - [Emily] Yeah.
  • (laughter)
  • - [Worker] And what else can I get for you?
  • - That's everything.
  • - [Worker] That will be $4.55.
  • - [Mother] Hi, can I have a tall
  • mango dragon fruit lemonade please.
  • - [Worker] Tall?
  • - [Mother] Yes, full on.
  • - [Worker] Would you like to do a donut for 45 cents?
  • - [Mother] No that's fine, thank you.
  • - [Worker] With a lemon in it?
  • - [Mother] Yes please.
  • - [Worker] So a mango dragon fruit with lemon?
  • - [Mother] Yes and then the name is Lynne.
  • - [Worker] What was the name?
  • - [Mother] Lynne.
  • - [Worker] Lynne, gotcha.
  • What else can I get for you>
  • - [Mother] That's it, thank you.
  • - [Worker] Thank you.
  • What you have, how is the spelling?
  • (buzzer blows)
  • Ohhh.
  • - Unfortunately for him, he's particularly off.
  • (laughter)
  • (buzzer blows)
  • - He's wrong, sorry.
  • - Two out of three wrong, so that's
  • let's see if he spelled Lynne correctly.
  • - [Mother] Thank you.
  • (buzzer blows)
  • Aw man.
  • - Unfortunately he got none right
  • but we're still gonna give him a tip
  • because the names were really hard
  • and also he was a nice guy.
  • So we're giving him a tip of $5.
  • - [Worker] How are you doing today?
  • - [Mother] We're back.
  • - So we were doing a challenge to
  • see if you could spell our names right.
  • So you didn't but we're still gonna give you a tip.
  • - What, thank you. (cash registering rings)
  • - [Mother] So the names were kind of hard.
  • - Yeah.
  • - [Mother] This is the third round
  • and every round we using different names.
  • - Really.
  • - [Mother] And we up the difficulty of the names.
  • - Ohhh, okay.
  • So you make hard names.
  • - [Mother] Yeah, see this challenge--
  • - Because if not you're gonna run out of money.
  • - [Mother] Yeah, that too.
  • So you were super nice so we wanted to give you a tip.
  • - Oh, thank you guys.
  • Let's get some high fives.
  • - [Mother] Thank you.
  • - Appreciate it. - [Mother] Thank you so much.
  • - [Worker] See you guys later.
  • - [Mother] You too.
  • - So we are on the way to Starbucks number four.
  • And we told you guys that these names are very hard.
  • - I want to say mine.
  • - Okay mine it's kind of Angelique.
  • I know it's a weird name.
  • - [Mother] It's a pretty name. - Yeah.
  • - It's a pretty name, I like the name Angel,
  • but it's rare in my opinion
  • like all of these names before.
  • Okay mine is A-N-G-E-L-I-Q-U-E.
  • Evelyn's is--
  • - Jazzlynne.
  • It's J-A-Z-Z-L-Y-N-N-E.
  • - It's like our mom's last one
  • but with Jazz on the front.
  • And then our mom's is gonna be Eleanore.
  • E-L-E-A-N-O-R-E.
  • I think if they spell it correctly, they're not,
  • because they're goin to take off the E.
  • - Mine's really really hard.
  • - [Mother] Yeah.
  • - We were finding these online but
  • Evelyn came up with Jazzlynee.
  • We found Eleanore but without the E.
  • But we decided to add a E so it's harder (laughs).
  • - [Mother] But it's still not too hard because--
  • - Mine's really hard.
  • - [Mother] We want to tip them so--
  • - Yeah. - Yeah.
  • - [Mother] But they have to work for it.
  • - Yeah they have to get their spelling mind on.
  • - Spelling mind.
  • - How will you spell these names.
  • Anyway let's go into the Starbucks.
  • Hi can I please have a tall series
  • Strawberry frappuccino with whipped cream?
  • - [Worker] Yes.
  • - And my name is Angelique.
  • - [Worker] Angelina?
  • - Angelique.
  • - [Worker] Angelique, lovely name.
  • - Thank you.
  • - [Worker] Your total is gonna be $4.77.
  • Thank you.
  • - Hi can I please have a soy frappe.
  • - [Worker] Yeah, what size?
  • - Tall please.
  • Yeah.
  • - [Worker] Your name?
  • - Jazzlynne.
  • - [Worker] Your last name?
  • - Jazzlynne.
  • - [Worker] Jazzlynee, alrighty.
  • - [Mother] Hi can I have a pie please for Eleanore.
  • - [Worker] Eleanore, you got it.
  • - [Worker] $2.31.
  • Thank you. - Thank you.
  • - [Female Worker] Jazzlynne.
  • Here you go Jazz.
  • (buzzer blows)
  • - It was a good try but don't like it.
  • - Let's see mine.
  • They spelled it correctly. (bell rings)
  • So they finished mommy's coffee
  • and they were so close. (buzzer blows)
  • They just need a E at the end.
  • And then he just got a $50 tip
  • 'cause he got my name right.
  • So he's about gain $25.
  • So we've been doing a challenge
  • to see who can spell our names right,
  • and you spelled my name right so
  • here is your big tip.
  • - [Worker] Oh my wow, thank you, thank you.
  • I appreciate that, thank you so much.
  • - Your welcome.
  • Okay so we stopped at home because
  • we need a bit of a rest because--
  • - That's all we need, we got the food.
  • - Outside, it's safe to say 150 degrees.
  • I think the weather channel is lying
  • because it only says it's 96.
  • But it feels like 150.
  • Yeah, 96 is actually really hot.
  • - It's four more degrees, 100 degrees.
  • - It is so hot. And we also get to eat some proper food
  • because we had today was cereal
  • in the morning for breakfast and
  • Starbucks the rest of the day.
  • So, we really need to eat something proper.
  • So this.
  • We upped the names a little bit.
  • They're a tiny bit harder.
  • We'll see if they can get it.
  • - From five.
  • - My name is Estrella.
  • It's a insurance company.
  • We say it when we were driving
  • to one of the Starbuckses.
  • We thought it would be a good name.
  • It's really popular here maybe
  • some people think that "Oh nice name.
  • "Isn't that a insurance company?"
  • I'll be like ha ha ha.
  • But anyway we'll see if they can spell it right.
  • - And my mom's name. - And then mine.
  • - It is Saoirse.
  • But it's spelled really hard.
  • It's spelled S-A-O-I-R-S-E.
  • So we'll see if they can do that.
  • And then Evelyn's--
  • - Is Caitriona.
  • It's spelled C-A-I-T-R-I-O-N-A, yeah.
  • - Yeah, so it's not the traditional way
  • that most people spell it but we'll see.
  • So now let's go to some Starbuckses
  • and see if they can spell the names right.
  • The names are hard for this round.
  • But the tip is gonna be $30 for each name.
  • So if they get two names right that's like $60.
  • - [Mother] Three names is $90.
  • - Yeah.
  • Hi can I have a mango dragon fruit
  • and I want that to go please.
  • - [Worker] Can I have your name?
  • - Estrella.
  • (calming music)
  • - Can I please have mango dragon fruit please.
  • - [Worker] That's all?
  • What's your name?
  • - Caitriona.
  • - [Mother] Can I have a pink drink please.
  • - [Worker] Yes, is that it?
  • - [Mother] And my name is Saoirse.
  • - So my name was supposed to be
  • Estrella but it is Ashjaya.
  • (buzzer blows)
  • Don't get it.
  • - Mine, Caitriona was supposed to be good.
  • Well their caitriona is wrong.
  • (buzzer blows)
  • - [Mother] Thank you.
  • This is the moment of truth.
  • (buzzer blows)
  • - They spelled it how you pronounce it
  • we're still gonna tip them.
  • And they got none of them right
  • but we're still gonna tip them.
  • Hi, we've been doing a challenge
  • to see if you could get any of our names right.
  • And you didn't. - Ahh, I know, none of them.
  • - We're still giving you a tip.
  • - [Worker] Oh, thank you.
  • - [Mother] So the names were kind of hard
  • to spell but you did pretty good
  • on spelling them the way they are pronounced.
  • So, just wanted to give you some tip.
  • Thank you. - Thank you.
  • Okay guys round six.
  • So my name is gonna be Khaleesi.
  • - Mine is gonna be Aaliyah.
  • - And our mom's is gonna be--
  • - [Mother] Magdalena.
  • - They aren't really hard, whoa,
  • to spell the normal way but these
  • are the hard ways how to spell them.
  • - [Mother] Yes, because this one is
  • gonna be $35--
  • - Per yeah.
  • - [Mother] Per name.
  • - I bet they'll guess all of them.
  • - Yeah, it's gonna be really expensive for us.
  • But that's what we'll see.
  • - [Mother] That's the goal to tip them well.
  • - Yeah. - Give them tip and tip.
  • Now let's go see if they can actually
  • spell our names correctly.
  • (upbeat pop music)
  • - [Worker] Thank you.
  • - Can I have a decaf soy drink.
  • - [Worker] What size?
  • - Tall.
  • - [Worker] Anything else?
  • $4.33.
  • - Aaliyah.
  • - [Worker] Aaliyah.
  • - [Mother] Hi can I have a tall pink drink please?
  • - [Worker] Anything else?
  • - [Mother] That's it and my name is Magdalena.
  • - [Worker] $4.33.
  • - [Mother] Thank you.
  • - You got it.
  • (buzzer blows)
  • - They got Aaliyah wrong.
  • (buzzer blows)
  • They got our mom's, Magdalena, right.
  • (bell rings)
  • So they're gonna get a big big tip.
  • So we've been doing a challenge
  • to see if you could spell our names right.
  • And you got one out of three. Here's your really big tip.
  • - Oh thank you, right there.
  • Thank you.
  • Thank you so much.
  • - [Mother] Thank you.
  • - So now we're gonna do the last run
  • and we're gonna go all out.
  • One name right, $50$.
  • Two name right--
  • - [Together] $100.
  • - And three names right--
  • - [Together] $1000.
  • - Now they have a chance to get
  • one right, two right, and three right.
  • They just have to be very good
  • at spelling, like very good at spelling.
  • - [Mother] Yeah, because these name
  • actually not some weird names.
  • These are--
  • - Real names.
  • - [Mother] Real names that you actually see.
  • - It makes me feel very good when
  • they actually get the names right,
  • so we can tip them.
  • Even though we are doing some pretty
  • big tips so it's really exciting
  • to give them $1000 tips.
  • I wonder what there will be a
  • reaction like, "Oh my gosh, ugh ugh."
  • That's a lot of money.
  • So these are our names.
  • Evelyn is--
  • - Genevieve, it's spelled G-E-N-E-V-E-I-V-E.
  • - So if they get a name right then
  • I think that one's the easiest.
  • And our mom's is--
  • - [Mother] Oh my gosh I can't even pronounce.
  • - Lorelei.
  • - [Mother] Lorelei.
  • - And mine, it's Zooey.
  • But it's spelled different.
  • It's spelled Z-O-O-E-Y.
  • And when we were putting the name
  • in Google so we would know how to pronounce it properly.
  • There's actually somebody that showed up,
  • so I think there's really like
  • a famous person that actually has this name.
  • - [Mother] Yeah it's an actress.
  • - An actress that has that name.
  • So maybe they're like, hmm, maybe
  • she's named after this actress,
  • then they put the same way.
  • But honestly I think if they get
  • any name right it's gonna be Genevieve,
  • and definitely not mine.
  • Because it's really hard.
  • So we'll see. - Second place.
  • - Yeah, I think mines the hardest
  • because Zooey is normally spelled Z-O-E.
  • So, I don't know, let's go up to
  • the last Starbucks and hope that
  • we can give them $1000.
  • Can have a bagel, sauce on the side.
  • And the name is Zooey.
  • - [Worker] Zooey, so you wanted two bagels with what?
  • - Sauce.
  • - [Worker] That's it?
  • Just the two bagels.
  • $3.60.
  • - I just wanted one bagel to go.
  • - [Worker] Anything else?
  • - No.
  • Thank you.
  • - Can you please right her name on it,
  • so we know it's our food. - [Worker] No problem.
  • - [Mother] Hi can I have a tall ice caramel candy please?
  • And my name is Lorelei.
  • (upbeat music)
  • - [Worker] Anything else?
  • - [Mother] That's it.
  • - [Worker] $4.77.
  • - So they spelled my name wrong on this.
  • They put Z-O-E.
  • (buzzer blows)
  • That's probably how I would've spell it too.
  • - They spelled mine with a J at the end, Jennifer.
  • (buzzer blows)
  • - [Mother] Thank you.
  • - [Worker] Thank you, have a good day.
  • - [Mother] You too.
  • (buzzer blows)
  • - They spelled all of them wrong but
  • we're gonna tip them $10 this time, $10.
  • Hi, we're doing a challenge to see
  • if you can spell our names right.
  • And you didn't but we're still gonna give you a tip.
  • - [Worker] Oh yeah.
  • Thank you.
  • - All right so this concludes the challenge.
  • I'm really kind of sad that they
  • didn't get at least one of the
  • names right on the last one,
  • because I really wanted to tip out at least $50.
  • But we still give them $10 'cause
  • the names were the hardest out of all of them.
  • - [Mother] Kind of.
  • - Well yeah, kind of.
  • My name was the hardest though 'cause--
  • - [Mother] Yeah, Genevieve was very easy if you--
  • - Know how to spell that like
  • if it's a real person.
  • - [Mother] Yeah because it's an average spelling.
  • It was spelled differently.
  • - Yeah, I don't really know if I can spell that name.
  • - [Mother] But they spelled it like,
  • I mean, it looks more like Jennifer, than Genevieve.
  • - Yeah, I think he misheard her and Jennifer.
  • - [Mother] No because she said it
  • and then you give him--
  • - Yeah because I wanted to correct him
  • so that he didn't actually write Jennifer.
  • - [Mother] Yeah, she didn't write it on the bag.
  • So you were asking him to write it.
  • - Yeah, 'cause I wasn't gonna be a little shy.
  • - [Mother] Yeah and the music was super loud
  • in some of the locations.
  • So we may have to kind of like mute it
  • and put subtitles on some of the locations
  • because we don't want to get copyright.
  • - "I hear a song in this background.
  • "This video will get copyrighted."
  • That's gonna be really sad.
  • - Copyright smash (hits seat).
  • - [Mother] So did you guys have fun?
  • - Yeah.
  • - This was really fun and I tried
  • lot of things like that coffee cake thing.
  • That was really good, I never ever had that before.
  • - And also while we were walking up
  • the last one I saw a ham and cheese croissant.
  • - And then she's like, "For the next one
  • "I'm gonna get a ham and cheese croissant."
  • But then she was like, "Oh wait, this is the last one."
  • So this challenge was just super fun.
  • Get this video to 30 thousand likes.
  • - 30 thousand.
  • - If you want us to do part two
  • but without funds this time.
  • - So go ahead and like it.
  • - Yeah, like this video.
  • - [Mother] So how much did you guys end up taking?
  • - $130 thousand.
  • - [Mother] Which is still a lot.
  • - $130 thousand.
  • - [Mother] $130 not--
  • - Not thousand, that's so much money (laughs).
  • But that's still a lot of money.
  • - That's big tips.
  • - Even though it's not $1000.
  • Even though I kind wish it was.
  • - Ah.
  • - It's still a lot.
  • - [Mother] Yeah, if you guys like this video a lot
  • then we have another chance of
  • tipping off $1000 to some lucky Starbucks baristas.
  • - Thanks for watching.
  • - See ya next time.
  • - Peace and sky.
  • - [Together] And bye.

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