ATLANTA, GA – JUNE 20: Drake performs onstage at Hot 107.9 Birthday Bash Block Show at Phillips Arena on June 20, 2015 in Atlanta, Georgia. (Photo by Paras Griffin/Getty Images) This weekend, Drake wants us all to be able to have a nice candlelit dinner at home. The rapper just announced an exclusive partnership with Postmates, releasing new jars of his wildly-popular scented candles, Better World Fragrance House, on the food-delivery app. Basically, he’s put together a collaboration that creates the perfect environment for listening to Drake: fancy takeout with mood lighting. One of four limited-edition candles will come free with a minimum $50 order on Postmates when you order from one of the rapper’s favorite restaurants in New York City or Los Angeles. The New York restaurants include STK Downtown, STK Midtown, Tao Uptown, Tao Midtown, Lavo, Nobu Fifty Seven, and Nobu Downtown. If you’re ordering from L.A., orders from any one of these restaurants will score you an exclusive Drake candle: Nice Guy, Craig’s, BOA Steakhouse (West Hollywood or Santa Monica), Katana, TAO, Blue Ribbon Sushi, Nobu LA, and Nobu Malibu. The four candle fragrances — Sweeter Tings, Williamsburg Sleepover, Muskoka, and Good Thoughts — are described by the Canadian artist not in terms of traditional olfactory notes, but as the vibes he hopes they evoke. Sweeter Tings is described as “a fragrance that is nostalgic and addictive with the subtleties of comfort and goodness,” while Williamsburg Sleepover smells like “the essence of an urban garden under shaded lights.” Muskoka, named after the lakefront vacation destination in Ontario, is a “woody fragrance” inspired by “the smoldering warmth of burning woods and golden embers.” Good Thoughts is “a bouquet of rich florals surrounded by a vibrant bright light of freshness for a captivating positive energy.” The Better World Fragrance House x Postmates offer runs this Mother’s Day weekend only, from Friday, May 7, through Sunday, May 9, while supplies last. So if you’re local to NYC or L.A., and have been trying to get your hands on a Drake candle, you should definitely plan for 5-star Friday takeout. Spaghetti bolognese, perhaps? Like what you see? How about some more R29 goodness, right here?8 Cannabis Candles To Help You Sit Back And RelaxOtherland's New Candles Smell Like A Garden Party13 Aromatherapy Candles For Winding Down
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For the average person, getting a little adventurous with your Starbucks order means going for one extra pump of caramel syrup in a venti iced coffee. It might mean getting whipped cream on top of a grande cold brew, or adding a dash of chocolate powder to a cappuccino just to liven up the day — or so we thought. Many of us were today years old when we learned that some people’s Starbucks orders are often a CVS receipt-length list of customizations that practically make coffee look like a sugary poison. Over the weekend, a Starbucks barista shared one of these truly unhinged orders with the world. What started as a venti Caramel Crunch Frappuccino from a customer, ended with 5 bananas, 7 extra pumps or dark caramel, 7 “Frapp Chips,” and about a dozen other specifications. “On todays episode of why i wanna quit my job,” ProjectJosiee captioned a photo of the custom dessert I mean drink. The order, made out to a customer named Edward (sounds fake), quickly began trending. On todays episode of why i wanna quit my job. pic.twitter.com/vKAtRKNRwe— Josie (@ProjectJosiee) May 2, 2021 “Edward’s” order suddenly inspired other Starbucks baristas to share their own nightmare custom requests in a Twitter thread that has racked up over 185,000 likes and 16,000 retweets. “Let me throw another one in there for a little extra spice,” one barista commented, sharing a photo for an order of a venti mango dragon fruit lemonade that included requests for cinnamon dolce syrup, cold foam, peppermint syrup, and coconut flakes. Yikes! “Sunday’s are the worst,” another barista commented alongside a photo of a venti iced blonde vanilla latte that included extra pumps of white mocha, vanilla bean powder, Irish cream and…upside down? And, in what one person correctly described as an “abomination,” a barista shared what they say is a biweekly order of venti green tea caramel frappuccino with — please sit down for this one — 12 bananas, 12 affogato shots, 12 pumps of honey, extra cocoa powder, 12 additional frappuccino chips, extra pumpkin sauce, extra raspberry syrup, extra cinnamon and nutmeg powder, extra caramel and mocha drizzle, and more pumpkin-flavored toppings, among a seemingly endless list of other add-ons. This was just the TL;DR. Let me throw another one in there for a little extra spice 🥴💀 pic.twitter.com/67kvISB5Fs— K ♈︎ ♡ (@Kimmyxr) May 3, 2021 Let me throw another one in there for a little extra spice 🥴💀 pic.twitter.com/67kvISB5Fs— K ♈︎ ♡ (@Kimmyxr) May 3, 2021 Sunday’s are the worst 😭 pic.twitter.com/Hm3jYSiWxR— annie (@nerdyac) May 3, 2021 this order comes in every other week pic.twitter.com/PAdcIFotyv— Bianca (@binxsicle) May 3, 2021 Okay so, hear me out: In the age of “secret” Starbucks menu drinks, I think we’ve gone too far. It was one thing to put pumpkin spice in a chai latte. It was one thing to order a unicorn frappucino. But to add any amount of bananas that you wouldn’t actually eat is unhinged. We may not be able to come back from this as a society, but here’s to praying for the brave baristas that continue to add upwards of three shots to any drink, or had to mix peppermint into a lemonade. We salute you. Like what you see? How about some more R29 goodness, right here?Starbucks Secret Menu Drinks To Order NowWhat Makes A Dip, A Sauce & A Condiment Different?Should You Switch To Sustainable Cocktails?
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