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My gosh I kept hearing Starbucks, Starbucks, but it must be the worst shit ever lately they opened shops in Poland but we have so good national cafes that the Starbucks in front of my dorm is either empty or with foreign tourists only LOL. And McDonalds sucks too

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I never went to Starbucks...as a matter of fact..I don´t drink coffee, but here in Brazil we prefer to drink our national production too.

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The Dark Chocolate Raspberry Mocha Frappuccino from Starbucks is the yuckiest drink ever.

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I'm so glad we don't have the generic Starbuck crap here.
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LOL, whatev; I love Starbucks. I can't wait for it to take over Belgium; for now we only have one near Brussels (Zaventem Airport). I had the best orange muffin, chocchipcookie, cake (I can eat a lot) there. Coffee was OK; I drank a cappucino and I didn't hate it. But all coffee pales in comparison with the one I make anyways, doesn't matter from which company it is.
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LOL, whatev; I love Starbucks. I can't wait for it to take over Belgium; for now we only have one near Brussels (Zaventem Airport). I had the best orange muffin, chocchipcookie, cake (I can eat a lot) there. Coffee was OK; I drank a cappucino and I didn't hate it. But all coffee pales in comparison with the one I make anyways, doesn't matter from which company it is.
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The next time I'm in Canada I need to check out Tim Horton's, my northern neighbors swear by it.

I of course do my part to convert everybody to Dunkin Donuts.

Krispy Kreme's coffee wasn't too bad either before all the franchises near me closed.

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I worked at Tim Horton's one summer and could never be made to drink the stuff for free. Yech, it's awful!
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I worked at Tim Horton's one summer and could never be made to drink the stuff for free. Yech, it's awful!
I like Tim Horton's coffee. Everytime I visit Canada, the donut (my son) and coffee (myself) is a must.
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The next time I'm in Canada I need to check out Tim Horton's, my northern neighbors swear by it.

I of course do my part to convert everybody to Dunkin Donuts.

Krispy Kreme's coffee wasn't too bad either before all the franchises near me closed.
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you do know you can get much better coffee than these 2 places and theres less chavs if you go elsewhere.

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Starbucks coffee is not bad, just ridiculously overpriced. There are a few places where you can buy a full meal for the price of a Starbucks coffee.

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The next time I'm in Canada I need to check out Tim Horton's, my northern neighbors swear by it.

I of course do my part to convert everybody to Dunkin Donuts.

Krispy Kreme's coffee wasn't too bad either before all the franchises near me closed.
Since Maine considers itself part of Canada and vice versa we have lots of Tim Horton's around. The coffee is eh. I prefer the local coffee houses personally.

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I like Tim Horton's coffee. Everytime I visit Canada, the donut (my son) and coffee (myself) is a must.
Yeah, I had a lot of customers tell me they need Timmy's coffee to live lol. Personally I'm not a big coffee fan so that greatly sways my opinion. (I had more than my fair share of donuts though. )
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