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Woman asks if she was wrong to snap at barista who woke her baby up grinding coffee.

Woman asks if she was wrong to snap at barista who woke her baby up grinding coffee.

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A woman on Reddit just cast herself in the role of "Coffee Shop Karen" and people are shutting down all her complaints.

Is it a barista's job to make sure a customer's baby has an undisturbed nap at a coffee shop? Nope. If a baby does wake up from the general noise of being out and about in public, is it right to blame the barista and then go as far as contacting the stop manager about it? The entitlement that some people have is so ridiculous it must be a joke...

Luckily, the "Am I the As*hole" moral compass of the internet has deemed this woman a full throttle, "Let me speak to the manager about some nonsense that isn't your job to fix" demon of retail and service industry nightmares. Let's dive into this hysterical disaster, shall we?

AITA (Am I the As*hole?) for snapping at a barista after she woke up my sleeping baby twice?

The coffee shop near my house just reopened, so I went in for a coffee on my afternoon walk with my 9 month old daughter yesterday. It wasn't busy, but because there were only 3 baristas (only 2 serving customers) working the service was slow. That's fine, I wasn't in a rush. But the second I walked in, I was struck by how loud their coffee grinder was. It wasn't just shut off in a few seconds though, but kept going and going, since the 3rd barista was grinding a HUGE bag of coffee all at once. Within the first minute my daughter wakes up and keeps screaming no matter how much I try to comfort her. After 5 minutes, I ask the barista if she could stop using the coffee grinder as it's disturbing my baby, and she agrees and turns off the machine.

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