Getting free coffee is all fun and games — until you're expected to return the favor.
At least that's what one guy thinks. He has taken to Reddit to ask if he was wrong for refusing to pay for someone's coffee at Starbucks, after he got his for free. He decided to break the chain, and now he's wondering if he's an a-hole.
I was at Starbucks and got to the drive-thru window and was told that the person in front of me paid for me period and I said that's great! and then proceeded to drive off
but the lady was looking at me like I was extremely greedy or something. I purchased two drinks and the people behind me were a minivan full of kids sooo... I would've probably ended up spending more
But to me it's the principle. I never asked anyone to pay for me, so why should I automatically be expected to pay for others when I never asked for it? It feels pretty s***** for others to get angry because someone took away my freedom to pay for my own drink and thrust it on me the principal that I have to now pay for someone else