TikTok Is In Awe Of This $50,000 Starbucks Order

Fast food workers are used to cranking out large amounts of food per day, but usually that food is split into small orders. A Big Mac here. A Frosty there. But every once in a while, fast food restaurants get hit with massive requests. According to Distractify, one McDonald's employee took to TikTok to disclose an enormous order their location received that added up to 6,400 items: 1,600 McChicken sandwiches, 1,600 McDouble hamburgers, and 3,200 cookies, all to be prepared in just four hours. The order totaled $7,400 and the buyer, said to be a local prison, paid up front.

From a buyer's perspective, some deals are just too good to pass up. A commenter on a Reddit post recalled that they headed to Hardee's with $100 when the restaurant used to feature 25-cent hamburgers. "Three people quit rather than make my 400 hamburgers," the user wrote. But there's one recent TikTok post that perhaps blows these huge orders out of the water.

A Starbucks customer ordered more than 9,500 Caramel Frappuccinos

The TikTok, posted by @esha_crosby, features a person who appears to be a Starbucks employee — it's unclear whether this person is actually @esha_crosby or not — showing viewers a gigantic order that came through on the coffee shop's digital order board: 9,576 Venti Caramel Frappuccinos totaling $52,189.20. The video then pans to a long line of tickets spread along a counter while the clearly in awe staff member offers commentary including many amazed expletives. @esha_crosby captioned the post, "I'M DONE. This person needs to be my sugar Daddy."

Fellow users chimed in via the comments, some expressing that if they were employees expected to fill this order, they'd certainly feel overwhelmed. "I think there should be rules against this. Or it needs to be planned days ahead so the store can accommodate," wrote one user.

Another wrote, "Aw, hell naw. I would've walked out the door." 

The original poster replied to a third user who commented, "That's when I quit," writing, "Same." 

We're not sure if @esha_crosby is serious or not, but either way, fulfilling this incredibly large order most likely made for the staff's most challenging and possibly longest day on the job.