Five things Starbucks baristas should write on your cup

If you haven’t heard yet, Starbucks stated that it will no longer encourage its baristas to write "Race Together" on the paper coffee cups of their unsuspecting and highly under-caffeinated clientele.
The company announced it's plan to encourage a dialogue on race relations in the United States between baristas and customers early last week.
The campaign however faced a decent amount of backlash with most saying that Starbucks, as a company, was overstepping a boundary, or should focus on raising it's workers' wages instead.
In an effort to help Starbucks recover from this disastrous effort, we've searched through Twitter to find five things baristas should consider writing on our coffee cups instead of "Race Together."