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Bre Williams More Posts 5/5.1040 Instagram Priyanka Chopraelationship with Nick Jonas. Not only did she disclose a few details about her wedding in her very first U.S. televised interview after getting married to Priyanka Chopra but she also revealed how Nick Jonas initially asked her out.

Close to two months after Nick Jonas Priyanka Chopra’s marriage, he gets back to work. The actress is now concentrating on promoting her new film Isn t It Romantic, after traveling the globe and spending time with family. Chopra announced on Instagram on January 29 that she will be appearing on The Ellen Show hosted by Ellen DeGeneres. The actress posted with the caption Ready for ya @theellenshow a picture of her talk-sharing outfit – tune in tomorrow! # Tromanticized. Show this post on Tomorrow’s Instagram @PriyankaChopra tells me how her husband @NickJonas slipped into her DM. A post shared by Ellen (@theellenshow) on January 29, 2019 at 9:10pm PST Priyanka Chopra revealed that once she began dating Nick Jonas they had a show-and-tell so they could know as much about each other as they could. The actress told DeGeneres she did not know anything about Nick Jonas before they began dating and Jonas did not know anything about her. Not only did DeGeneres want to know how the two started dating but she also wanted some insight into their lavish nuptials which took place in December. According to the wedding of Ellen DeGeneres Chopra and Jonas, it could easily be compared with the royal wedding, but the actress did not think that her wedding was so big. 5/5.1041 5/5.1041 Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas | Priyanka Chopra Jonas Instagram While Chopra and Jonas attended their wedding, the actress admitted that her mother was disappointed not all the people she knew were present. Priyanka Chopra revealed that on her special day, her mother was not a fan of keeping the wedding intimate which created tension between the two. For sure Chopra said it was for an Indian family and an Indian wedding [ it was small ]. My mother was always so angry with me. He was like I need another wedding for the 150,000 other people I know! Why would I render no invitation to my jeweler? How can’t I get my hairdresser invited? It was a complete talk, then. The actress went on When you’ve got 100 people in your family from my father’s side to my mom’s side, they’ve got brothers cousins kids it’s like a whole lot. “Where was Ellen’s invitation? For years DeGeneres has met Nick Jonas and even let him rent out her condo. So she was a little upset of course that she wasn’t sent an invitation. Priyanka Chopra set the record straight that she just didn’t respond to the rsvp they actually invited DeGeneres to. We were so insulted you did not even sarcastically respond to our invitation Chopra said. That’s so real! I wasn’t lucky enough for Ellen like [ We’re ]? Would she not come to India? She no longer even responds? Nick you ve had such a good relationship with her that I was frankly really offended. But I am merely the wife. I don’t know anything about it — Ellen DeGeneres doesn’t let the missing invitation come to her and Chopra is really very happy and Jonas tied the knot together. On The Ellen Show, Priyanka Chopra revealed several things but one thing we all knew from the outset was how much she loves and adores Nick Jonas. 21 Things You should never ask Jess Bolluyt for a Starbucks Barista

Starbucks has been around long enough — and let’s be honest you probably come by regularly — that for whatever size you normally order, you know the name of the chain. (Short big grand venti and trenta remember?) When you regularly order a “tiny” instead of a “grande,” most baristas won’t get irritated. But don’t ask the barista about how you think the names are dumb. They have listened to it before. 2.

What are healthy drinks?

5/5.1043 You can choose from a vast array of different Starbucks drinks and customize them in almost endless ways. You should go in knowing what you don’t want to expect from the barista to get a recommendation. Just as your favorite Starbucks Baristas restaurants servers don’t know what you like. And they just can’t read your mind to find out what you want. Some baristas are happy to answer questions about what’s going into a drink or how they compare two choices. But before you hit the counter, you should still have a pretty good idea of what you want. 2.

Is there anything I could have with coffee or caramel?

5/5.1044 Similarly, if you get up to the counter and have a vague idea of the flavor you like, it doesn’t help the barista. Some baristas are going to help you out, and make some suggestions. But most would just like to get on with your order. They have plenty of serving clients. But they probably don’t have time to coach you through the selection process for the drink you want. Look out the signs announcing new and seasonal drinks for a fast hint on what to order if you’re really at a loss. 4.

I’m here this entire time. You don’t know what my order was?

5/5.1045 At a specific Starbucks location you may think you’re a regular. Yet coming in a few days a week is not a guarantee that any of the baristas can know what you are buying. It is naturally nice to remember. But you have a great chance to make a good impression — and a barista reminiscent of your drink — if you’re decent courteous suggestions and don’t ask annoying questions. 5.

Are you sure you were using skim milk?

5/5.1046 If you ordered a drink made from skim milk soy milk almond milk or any other form of milk, your Starbucks barista was kept in that batch. And then on the sticker that goes to the side of your cup, they printed it out. Which means there is no way to risk your disdain for 2 per cent milk between the register and the counter. The barista does your drink exactly as you’ve ordered. There’s no need to challenge them as they hand your beverage over. 6.

Are you good at this being decaf?

5/5.1047 Would you like to order a pro from the Secret menu? The barista can make whatever you want, as long as you know what’s going into it. Starbucks does not educate baristas on how to do anything but what’s on their official menu. So even though your local Starbucks probably have all the ingredients you need to make whatever secret menu concoction you want to try, you probably need to tell the barista how to do it. Pull up your phone with the email. Don’t get the barista to take out their own Google phone. 8.

Would you do it as they do at [coffee shop not Starbucks]?

5/5.1049 Even if you’re secretly (or not so secretly) grumpy you’ve got to stop at a Starbucks coffee shop instead of your regular coffee shop, you shouldn’t ask your barista to make your drink like another shop would. A barista Starbucks is pretty unlikely to know how the drink is made by that other store. So if you could specify exactly how you want your drink to be made it would be a lot more helpful. 9.

Why don’t you have milk on rice?

5/5.1050 Starbucks stocks a range of milk options for those who can not eat or drink dairy, including soy milk almond milk and coconut milk. It’s not the fault of your barista if Starbucks has no choice of your milk substitute whether it’s rice milk cashew milk or some other combination. And the barista doesn’t know why corporate decides not to sell your favorite milk. Simply pick another kind of milk and go on with your order. 10.

Whoa why is it so costly?

5/5.1051 Likewise, Starbucks baristas do not have power over the rates that are set by corporations. If you do a lot of complaining about what your drink costs, you’ll probably annoy your barista. On the inside you may be moaning about what your cappuccino habit costs you every week. But that’s a downward spiral that you can always come back to later — after enjoying that perfect cappuccino! 11.

* Let me just finish my mobile phone conversation while you are waiting for me to order. *

5/5.1052 No one actually says that. But it’s just plain rude to continue talking on your phone while the barista waits for you
to order. The barista awaits you unpleasantly to pay attention and tell them what drink you want. And everyone in line behind you gets irritated you make them wait too. Hang up your phone for 30 seconds, so that you can really have a barista chat. Was this really that complicated? 12.

Can you make that just 190 degrees? 5/5.1053:

Starbucks has been around long enough — and let’s be honest you probably come by regularly — that for whatever size you normally order, you know the name of the chain. (Short big grand venti and trenta remember?) When you regularly order a “tiny” instead of a “grande,” most baristas won’t get irritated. But don’t ask the barista about how you think the names are dumb. They have listened to it before. 2.

What are healthy drinks?

5/5.1043 You can choose from a vast array of different Starbucks drinks and customize them in almost endless ways. You should go in knowing what you don’t want to expect from the barista to get a recommendation. Just as your favorite Starbucks Baristas restaurants servers don’t know what you like. And they just can’t read your mind to find out what you want. Some baristas are happy to answer questions about what’s going into a drink or how they compare two choices. But before you hit the counter, you should still have a pretty good idea of what you want. 2.

Is there anything I could have with coffee or caramel?

5/5.1044 Similarly, if you get up to the counter and have a vague idea of the flavor you like, it doesn’t help the barista. Some baristas are going to help you out, and make some suggestions. But most would just like to get on with your order. They have plenty of serving clients. But they probably don’t have time to coach you through the selection process for the drink you want. Look out the signs announcing new and seasonal drinks for a fast hint on what to order if you’re really at a loss. 4.

I’m here this entire time. You don’t know what my order was?

5/5.1045 At a specific Starbucks location you may think you’re a regular. Yet coming in a few days a week is not a guarantee that any of the baristas can know what you are buying. It is naturally nice to remember. But you have a great chance to make a good impression — and a barista reminiscent of your drink — if you’re decent courteous suggestions and don’t ask annoying questions. 5.

Are you sure you were using skim milk?

5/5.1046 If you ordered a drink made from skim milk soy milk almond milk or any other form of milk, your Starbucks barista was kept in that batch. And then on the sticker that goes to the side of your cup, they printed it out. Which means there is no way to risk your disdain for 2 per cent milk between the register and the counter. The barista does your drink exactly as you’ve ordered. There’s no need to challenge them as they hand your beverage over. 6.

Are you good at this being decaf?

5/5.1047 Would you like to order a pro from the Secret menu? The barista can make whatever you want, as long as you know what’s going into it. Starbucks does not educate baristas on how to do anything but what’s on their official menu. So even though your local Starbucks probably have all the ingredients you need to make whatever secret menu concoction you want to try, you probably need to tell the barista how to do it. Pull up your phone with the email. Don’t get the barista to take out their own Google phone. 8.

Would you do it as they do at [coffee shop not Starbucks]?

5/5.1049 Even if you’re secretly (or not so secretly) grumpy you’ve got to stop at a Starbucks coffee shop instead of your regular coffee shop, you shouldn’t ask your barista to make your drink like another shop would. A barista Starbucks is pretty unlikely to know how the drink is made by that other store. So if you could specify exactly how you want your drink to be made it would be a lot more helpful. 9.

Why don’t you have milk on rice?

5/5.1050 Starbucks stocks a range of milk options for those who can not eat or drink dairy, including soy milk almond milk and coconut milk. It’s not the fault of your barista if Starbucks has no choice of your milk substitute whether it’s rice milk cashew milk or some other combination. And the barista doesn’t know why corporate decides not to sell your favorite milk. Simply pick another kind of milk and go on with your order. 10.

Whoa why is it so costly?

5/5.1051 Likewise, Starbucks baristas do not have power over the rates that are set by corporations. If you do a lot of complaining about what your drink costs, you’ll probably annoy your barista. On the inside you may be moaning about what your cappuccino habit costs you every week. But that’s a downward spiral that you can always come back to later — after enjoying that perfect cappuccino! 11.

* Let me just finish my mobile phone conversation while you are waiting for me to order. *

5/5.1052 No one actually says that. But it’s just plain rude to continue talking on your phone while the barista waits for you to order. The barista awaits you unpleasantly to pay attention and tell them what drink you want. And everyone in line behind you gets irritated you make them wait too. Hang up your phone for 30 seconds, so that you can really have a barista chat. Was this really that complicated? 12.

Can you make that just 190 degrees? 5/5.1053:

Especially when it’s rush hour, and the line behind you is out the door, if you ask for a dozen complex, time-consuming drinks such as a Frappuccino, you’ll make any Starbucks barista roll their eyes. The barista, of course, will make these for you. And sure your coworkers (or your teen-filled car) will be pleased with that. But it’s possible your order will take a long time to make — and slow things down for everyone behind you too. 14.

Can I get an ‘ expresso ‘?

5/5.1055 Make sure you say whatever you’re going to order. (And yes it’s espresso not expresso.) You’d definitely get irritated if people repeatedly mispronounced the names of things you work with on a daily basis at your place of work. Put yourself in the shoes of your barista, and learn how to say your drink’s name whether it’s an espresso or a macchiato. 15.

Can you get this mess my kid made clean? We all get it.

5/5.1056 Children are nuts. And unless your Starbucks barista has zero sympathy — which is pretty unlikely considering their ability to tolerate a food-service job — they probably understand that even the most diligent parent can’t stop their kid from spilling stuff over. But if your child spills a drink or drops a pastry do your best before alerting a barista to clean up the mess. Sure a stack of napkins can do that only when a whole ventilated iced tea is on the surface. But you are not behaving entitled. And don’t forget to excuse if you have to ask a barista to help clean up the mess. 16.

I should probably make this at home

5/5.1057 You can certainly make home-made Starbucks-style drinks. But you don’t need to think about that with your barista. Joking that you would actually be able to do their job for them — even though it’s real — is just in poor taste. When you are at work trying to earn a living, you wouldn’t want someone to tell you that. So be courteous, and shut your mouth. 17.

Do I have my drink ready yet?

5/5.1058 Lean over the counter to ask the baristas repeatedly if your drink is ready yet probably won’t get you kicked off your local Starbucks. Yet perhaps it should. Not only is badgering the staff about your drink disrespectful but it’s completely unnecessary. When your drink’s ready, they will call your name. Believe us, that is going to be as soon as possible. 18.

Didn’t I say that I needed an iced one?

5/5.1059 Place this one on a list of things you should never ask anyone in the hospitality or service job. You have to be polite to a Starbucks barista. This is just part of the work. Don’t misunderstand, just because you get a smile, and believe your barista is interested in you. It might seem harmless to ask your barista for their phone number, but it can actually put
them in a rather uncomfortable position. Just trying to stop flirting with people while they are working while you’re at it. It’s just not looking good. 20.

Why do they take so long?

5/5.1061 Let us give you a few possible reasons why your drink could take a while to show up. Maybe it’s rush hour. Perhaps a gaggle of teens ordering Frappuccinos hit the shop only. The three people already ahead of you, all ordered complicated drinks with lots of additions and substitutions, is probable. Or perhaps it was you who ordered something which was very difficult. Waiting for our caffeine fix or sugar rush we all get impatient. Only assume that the baristas run as quickly as they can. “21.

Here’s how I spell my name

5/5.1062 It may not be a problem but it’s certainly one of the most gross things you can say to a barista Starbucks. From time to time we have all had our names misspelled on a Starbucks cup. But, is that really important? Many people just laugh at the inventive spelling, rather than taking it upon themselves to teach the next barista about how to spell their name. We would all ask each other’s names in a perfect world, and learn how to spell and pronounce each correctly. But like anyone who’s tried a Frappuccino Unicorn will tell you Starbucks isn’t a perfect world. Just don’t be too formal about it.