These Starbucks Cake Pops Are Going Viral Because They Are NOT Supposed To Be Disgruntled Cats

Well, my life is different now.

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If you've been to a Starbucks in the past few years, chances are you've come across this cake pop:

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I, like probably everyone else, thought it was some sort of tiger or disgruntled cat.

A chocolate chip cookie is displayed on the left, and two yellow bear-shaped cake pops with facial expressions are on the right in a pastry case

I didn't think much of it until it was brought to my attention that it is not an anxious tiger.

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They are smiling bees.

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People have been having this revelation for years

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"Some people might see a happy little Starbucks cake pop, but I see an anxious tiger face," this person said.

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"Apparently this Starbucks cake pop is supposed to be a bumblebee and not a disgruntled cat," another person said.

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Basically, I'll never look at those overpriced cake pops the same way ever again.

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Do what you want with this information and have a great day!

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