Starbucks' Holiday Cups Are Here . . . Will People Find Something to Be Outraged About?
It's the most controversial time of the year again: Starbucks just unveiled their new holiday cups.
For the past few years, for whatever reason, the cups have made a handful of people OUTRAGED . . . for their role in the War on Christmas, which is VERY REAL and not at all ratings-bait or clickbait.
In 2015, some people thought their minimalist all-red cups were anti-Christmas . . . and last year, people thought one of their cups showed a same-sex couple holding hands.
Here are this year's four designs, and they seem pretty Christmas-y. So I don't see anything immediately that will outrage people, but then again, I'm not insane so I'm not the best judge . . .
1. A cup with bright red, dark red, white, and gold vertical stripes.
2. A cup with red and white flame patterns.
3. A white cup with light green holly and red berries.
4. A green cup with an argyle-style pattern, featuring big white stars.
(Here are the cups. Also, if you go to Starbucks today and order a holiday drink, you'll get a free reusable red holiday cup.)