(pop music) – Hey guys today we’re gonna be doing a very trending challenge. And it’s really funny
so we’re super excited. So you know how you go into Starbucks and then they ask you what’s your name, and then you tell them your name. And sometimes they don’t even spell it. So we’re gonna go to a bunch of different Starbuckses and we’re gonna see if they can spell our name correct. If they do then we’re
gonna give them a big tip. – So we’re gonna have several rounds and go to different Starbucks locations. – And each one of our names are gonna get harder and then the tips
are gonna get bigger. For the first one we’re going to say our real names but then for
the rest of the ones we’re gonna make up fake names that are a little bit harder
than the last round. – And our mom is gonna be
joining us in this challenge. – And she has a pretty simple name but it’s spelled a little bit different than what people usually have it as. So, this is gonna be really fun and now let’s go get some Starbucks. – Yummy.
(bell ringing) – See if they spell our names right. – No babe you can’t have Starbucks. You’re gonna stay at home
and get some kibbles – And so we went to the bank and our mom got a lot of cash for the tips. So for first round we’ll use
our real names, mines Emily. I think it’s gonna be
pretty easy to spell. – But mine it sometimes people never spell it Evil N or– – And you can also put an E at the end then you’re doing it in French. By the way her name is
Evelyn, if you didn’t know. And our mom’s name– – [Mother] Is Monika. – But yeah it’s spelled with a K. In America most people spell it with a C. – [Mother] Sometimes they get it right. – Yeah sometimes they get it right. – [Mother] But most of the
time they spell it with a C. So we’re going to see how
many they get correct. And for the first round
since it’s a very easy round we’re going to do
$10 per correct name. So if they spell all three correctly they get $30 tip, which
is a pretty good tip. – Hi can I please have a tall Soy Milk Ice Latte with
vanilla syrup please. (upbeat pop music) oh, no thank you. – [Worker] Okay, a Soy Milk
Ice latte with vanilla syrup. And what was your name? – Emily, yeah, Emily. – [Worker] Okay Emily,
how do you spell that? – Spell it however you can. – Hi can I please have
mango dragonfruit lemonade (upbeat pop music) – [Worker] What’s your name? – Evelyn. – [Worker] Evelyn? – Yeah. – [Worker] $4.45. – [Mother] Can I have the tall ice guava white tea Lemonade please. – [Worker] That’s it? Name please. – [Emily] You got to tell
her what’s your name. – [Mother] Yeah, just
whatever it’s coming soon. It’s for Monika. – So I got my drink and look
how they spelled my name. They spelled it correct so they’re gonna get a big tip. (bell rings) Okay one name down, two more to go. – [Worker] One white lemonade. – Let’s see how they spelled it. Right.
(bell ringing) – Okay, so far her tip is $20 but our mom’s just came so let’s try. (buzzer blowing) They spelled it with a C. So she gets $20. – [Mother] $20, not bad. – That’s a good tip. Okay there’s no real long line, let’s go. We did a challenge to see how many names you could spell right and you got two out of three,
so here’s you’re tip. – Oh my God. (laughs) Thank you. That’s amazing. Thank you. – [Mother] You got two correct. You spelled Monika with
a C and it’s with a K. – Oh. – [Mother] So that’s the
only, but you got them right. (laughter) – That’s really sweet.
– You’re welcome, bye. – [Worker] Thank you. – Okay so the barista there was super nice and she was also really surprised about the tip and she
totally deserves the tip. So now we’re gonna go to another Starbucks and pick three names. I already know what my name is gonna be. Okay guys, we have new names. We’re gonna use fake names this round and they’re gonna be a little
bit harder than the last one. We’re gonna give $15
for each correct name. – Yeah and also the spelling too. – So now we’re gonna say the
names and how to spell them. So mine is Millie. You can spell it two
ways with a Y or an I-E. I’m gonna spell it M-I-L-L-I-E. And Evelyn’s name– – Is Kaitlin. But it’s gonna be spelled different. It’s gonna be spelled K-A-I-T-L-I-N. – [Mother] And I am going
to be Phoebe for this round. It’s P-H-O-E-B-E. – It looks like Phobe
but it’s really Phoebe. – [Mother] Yeah, it’s
not a very popular name so I don’t know if they gon– – I don’t know some people
might spell it with an F. – [Mother] I think most of
the baristas should get it. – What if one of these
is actually their name. – [Mother] Yeah maybe. – “Oh my name’s Millie too. “Mine’s spelled with an
I-E what about yours?” Okay so let’s go get some
Starbucks and give some tips. Hi can I please have a cotton
candy frappuccino and bagel. – [Worker] We don’t have a bagel. We’re out of them, we have the drink. – Okay, so a small
cotton candy frappuccino and a birthday cake cake pop please. My name is Millie. – [Worker] $7.92. – Hi, can I please get a
S’mores cappuccino please. – [Worker] What size? – Tall please. – Thank you. – No please. – [Worker] Okay. All right $5.30. – [Mother] Hi, can I
have a tall creme cream. – [Worker] $4.55. Thank you. – So they had to put the name on this bag. So for the drink it’s probably
gonna be the same spelling. (bell rings) Okay, so our mom’s drinks are done and they spelled both of the names right. So now it’s just up to Evelyn’s name to see if they will get this one. – [Together] There’s Millie.
(bell rings) And Phoebe.
(bell rings) – Guys look (laughs). – [Mother] You should use a straw. – All right so they didn’t
spell Caitlyn right. They did the C instead of K.
(buzzer blows) And a Y instead of I. I would’ve put it with a Y too though. So we were seeing how many
names you could spell right, you got two out of three
so here’s your big tip. (cash register dinging) – What again, what was that again? – We was trying to see how many names you could spell right and
you got two out of three. – Okay. – [Mother] You actually misspelled Kaitlin but you guys got Phoebe
and Millie correctly. So it’s basically $15
for each correct name. – That’s great, it is pretty cool, huh? (laughs) I wish I would’ve all
got them right though. Thank you.
– That’s okay. – [Mother] You’re welcome, bye. – Okay so I got a S’mores frappuccino and they actually didn’t
spell the name right. They spelled it with a C instead of K, and then a Y instead of an I. – And then the guy, he actually
put it on the wrong cup. So we told him could he please put the name on it so that– – It’s actually pretty cool
way to spell it though. – Yeah and then the
lady, she was so shocked. She was like, “Wait, what?” It was really funny.
– “Wait, what?” – Yeah and I got a
cotton candy frappuccino, it doesn’t really taste like cotton candy. I mean it does in a way. – This one doesn’t taste, kind
of tastes like cotton candy – Oh obviously we got
the wrong ones (laughs). – It’s really good, chocolate. – [Mother] And a pink drink, you can’t go wrong with a pink drink. – You guys, Starbucks number three and each name spelled correctly is $20. So Evelyn’s is– – Calle but it’s spelled C-A-L-L-E. – And could it be spelled C-A-L-I and it also could be C-A-L-L-I-E. It could be spelled in a lot of ways. So I think hers is the least of that name, or something, I don’t know. Mine is Jacintha, Jacintha yeah. It’s G, not G, I’m going cray. I don’t know how to spell today, so this is not helping. J-A-C-I-N-T– – [Together] H-A. – Jacintha. It’s spelled a little bit differently but that’s fine and then
mommy’s is gonna be Lynne. It’s L-Y-N-N– – [Together] E. – So they’re pretty hard but if you know different ways then maybe you could get it right. But for Calle I would just do like, I wouldn’t spell it that way. – [Mother] Yeah, I think they not going to spell mine with the E at the end. I think she’s gonna be– – I don’t think they’re gonna spell mine. – [Mother] They’ll probably
miss the H in yours. – Yeah. – [Mother] Unless somebody
knows how to spell it. – And maybe instead of
the C they’ll do a X. – [Mother] But this is the third round so the names are getting harder and the tips are getting bigger. – Can I please have a
Strawberry Frappuccino with whipped cream top please. – [Worker] And your name? – My name is Jacintha. – [Worker] Can you spell it for me please? – You can spell it however you want. – [Worker] Okay, what was the
name again, one more time? – Jacintha. – [Worker] Jacintha, all right, okay. It’s gonna where you are (laughs). You said whipped cream right? – Yes please. – [Worker] And then a
Strawberries and Creme? – No, a cherry on the
strawberry frappuccino. – [Worker] Explain? – A cherry on the strawberry
frappuccino please. – [Worker] No we have the
Strawberries and Creme, would you like that one? – It has a strawberry kind
of a jammy side of it. And the rest of it is white. – [Worker] No, we make the
Strawberries and Creme. I’m not sure. You know we actually are
out of the strawberries. – Okay then can I please have the Vanilla Bean frappuccino please? – [Worker] Vanilla Bean? Is that all today? We actually just dumped out all of the strawberries yesterday because
it was expired (laughs). – Oh. – [Worker] So what else can I get for you? – That’s it please. – [Worker] Would like our donuts? It’s gonna be $3.80. How are you? – Good. Can I please get a chocolate drink please? – [Worker] A chocolate drink? Your name? – Calle. – [Worker] What did you say? – Calle. – [Worker] Calle? – Yeah. – Okay.
– No Calle. – [Worker] Calle, oh
okay, from California. – [Emily] Yeah. (laughter) – [Worker] And what
else can I get for you? – That’s everything. – [Worker] That will be $4.55. – [Mother] Hi, can I have a tall mango dragon fruit lemonade please. – [Worker] Tall? – [Mother] Yes, full on. – [Worker] Would you like
to do a donut for 45 cents? – [Mother] No that’s fine, thank you. – [Worker] With a lemon in it? – [Mother] Yes please. – [Worker] So a mango
dragon fruit with lemon? – [Mother] Yes and then the name is Lynne. – [Worker] What was the name? – [Mother] Lynne. – [Worker] Lynne, gotcha. What else can I get for you>- [Mother] That’s it, thank you. – [Worker] Thank you. What you have, how is the spelling? (buzzer blows) Ohhh. – Unfortunately for him,
he’s particularly off. (laughter) (buzzer blows) – He’s wrong, sorry. – Two out of three wrong, so that’s let’s see if he spelled Lynne correctly. – [Mother] Thank you. (buzzer blows) Aw man. – Unfortunately he got none right but we’re still gonna give him a tip because the names were really hard and also he was a nice guy. So we’re giving him a tip of $5. – [Worker] How are you doing today? – [Mother] We’re back. – So we were doing a challenge to see if you could spell our names right. So you didn’t but we’re
still gonna give you a tip. – What, thank you.
(cash registering rings) – [Mother] So the names were kind of hard. – Yeah. – [Mother] This is the third round and every round we using different names. – Really. – [Mother] And we up the
difficulty of the names. – Ohhh, okay. So you make hard names. – [Mother] Yeah, see this challenge– – Because if not you’re
gonna run out of money. – [Mother] Yeah, that too. So you were super nice so
we wanted to give you a tip. – Oh, thank you guys. Let’s get some high fives. – [Mother] Thank you. – Appreciate it.
– [Mother] Thank you so much. – [Worker] See you guys later. – [Mother] You too. – So we are on the way
to Starbucks number four. And we told you guys that
these names are very hard. – I want to say mine. – Okay mine it’s kind of Angelique. I know it’s a weird name. – [Mother] It’s a pretty name.
– Yeah. – It’s a pretty name,
I like the name Angel, but it’s rare in my opinion like all of these names before. Okay mine is A-N-G-E-L-I-Q-U-E. Evelyn’s is– – Jazzlynne. It’s J-A-Z-Z-L-Y-N-N-E. – It’s like our mom’s last one but with Jazz on the front. And then our mom’s is gonna be Eleanore. E-L-E-A-N-O-R-E. I think if they spell it
correctly, they’re not, because they’re goin to take off the E. – Mine’s really really hard. – [Mother] Yeah. – We were finding these online but Evelyn came up with Jazzlynee. We found Eleanore but without the E. But we decided to add a E
so it’s harder (laughs). – [Mother] But it’s still
not too hard because– – Mine’s really hard. – [Mother] We want to tip them so– – Yeah.
– Yeah. – [Mother] But they have to work for it. – Yeah they have to get
their spelling mind on. – Spelling mind. – How will you spell these names. Anyway let’s go into the Starbucks. Hi can I please have a tall series Strawberry frappuccino with whipped cream? – [Worker] Yes. – And my name is Angelique. – [Worker] Angelina? – Angelique. – [Worker] Angelique, lovely name. – Thank you. – [Worker] Your total is gonna be $4.77. Thank you. – Hi can I please have a soy frappe. – [Worker] Yeah, what size? – Tall please. Yeah. – [Worker] Your name? – Jazzlynne. – [Worker] Your last name? – Jazzlynne. – [Worker] Jazzlynee, alrighty. – [Mother] Hi can I have
a pie please for Eleanore. – [Worker] Eleanore, you got it. – [Worker] $2.31. Thank you.
– Thank you. – [Female Worker] Jazzlynne. Here you go Jazz. (buzzer blows) – It was a good try but don’t like it. – Let’s see mine. They spelled it correctly.
(bell rings) So they finished mommy’s coffee and they were so close.
(buzzer blows) They just need a E at the end. And then he just got a $50 tip ’cause he got my name right. So he’s about gain $25. So we’ve been doing a challenge to see who can spell our names right, and you spelled my name right so here is your big tip. – [Worker] Oh my wow,
thank you, thank you. I appreciate that, thank you so much. – Your welcome. Okay so we stopped at home because we need a bit of a rest because– – That’s all we need, we got the food. – Outside, it’s safe to say 150 degrees. I think the weather channel is lying because it only says it’s 96. But it feels like 150. Yeah, 96 is actually really hot. – It’s four more degrees, 100 degrees. – It is so hot. And we also
get to eat some proper food because we had today was cereal in the morning for breakfast and Starbucks the rest of the day. So, we really need to
eat something proper. So this. We upped the names a little bit. They’re a tiny bit harder. We’ll see if they can get it. – From five. – My name is Estrella. It’s a insurance company. We say it when we were driving to one of the Starbuckses. We thought it would be a good name. It’s really popular here maybe some people think that “Oh nice name. “Isn’t that a insurance company?” I’ll be like ha ha ha. But anyway we’ll see if
they can spell it right. – And my mom’s name.
– And then mine. – It is Saoirse. But it’s spelled really hard. It’s spelled S-A-O-I-R-S-E. So we’ll see if they can do that. And then Evelyn’s– – Is Caitriona. It’s spelled C-A-I-T-R-I-O-N-A, yeah. – Yeah, so it’s not the traditional way that most people spell it but we’ll see. So now let’s go to some Starbuckses and see if they can spell the names right. The names are hard for this round. But the tip is gonna be $30 for each name. So if they get two names
right that’s like $60. – [Mother] Three names is $90. – Yeah. Hi can I have a mango dragon fruit and I want that to go please. – [Worker] Can I have your name? – Estrella. (calming music) – Can I please have mango
dragon fruit please. – [Worker] That’s all? What’s your name? – Caitriona. – [Mother] Can I have a pink drink please. – [Worker] Yes, is that it? – [Mother] And my name is Saoirse. – So my name was supposed to be Estrella but it is Ashjaya. (buzzer blows) Don’t get it. – Mine, Caitriona was supposed to be good. Well their caitriona is wrong. (buzzer blows) – [Mother] Thank you. This is the moment of truth. (buzzer blows) – They spelled it how you pronounce it we’re still gonna tip them. And they got none of them right but we’re still gonna tip them. Hi, we’ve been doing a challenge to see if you could get
any of our names right. And you didn’t.
– Ahh, I know, none of them. – We’re still giving you a tip. – [Worker] Oh, thank you. – [Mother] So the names were kind of hard to spell but you did pretty good on spelling them the
way they are pronounced. So, just wanted to give you some tip. Thank you.
– Thank you. Okay guys round six. So my name is gonna be Khaleesi. – Mine is gonna be Aaliyah. – And our mom’s is gonna be– – [Mother] Magdalena. – They aren’t really hard, whoa, to spell the normal way but these are the hard ways how to spell them. – [Mother] Yes, because this one is gonna be $35– – Per yeah. – [Mother] Per name. – I bet they’ll guess all of them. – Yeah, it’s gonna be
really expensive for us. But that’s what we’ll see. – [Mother] That’s the
goal to tip them well. – Yeah.
– Give them tip and tip. Now let’s go see if they can actually spell our names correctly. (upbeat pop music) – [Worker] Thank you. – Can I have a decaf soy drink. – [Worker] What size? – Tall. – [Worker] Anything else? $4.33. – Aaliyah. – [Worker] Aaliyah. – [Mother] Hi can I have
a tall pink drink please? – [Worker] Anything else? – [Mother] That’s it and
my name is Magdalena. – [Worker] $4.33. – [Mother] Thank you. – You got it. (buzzer blows) – They got Aaliyah wrong. (buzzer blows) They got our mom’s, Magdalena, right. (bell rings) So they’re gonna get a big big tip. So we’ve been doing a challenge to see if you could spell our names right. And you got one out of three.
Here’s your really big tip. – Oh thank you, right there. Thank you. Thank you so much. – [Mother] Thank you. – So now we’re gonna do the last run and we’re gonna go all out. One name right, $50$. Two name right– – [Together] $100. – And three names right– – [Together] $1000. – Now they have a chance to get one right, two right, and three right. They just have to be very good at spelling, like very good at spelling. – [Mother] Yeah, because these name actually not some weird names. These are– – Real names. – [Mother] Real names
that you actually see. – It makes me feel very good when they actually get the names right, so we can tip them. Even though we are doing some pretty big tips so it’s really exciting to give them $1000 tips. I wonder what there will be a reaction like, “Oh my gosh, ugh ugh.” That’s a lot of money. So these are our names. Evelyn is– – Genevieve, it’s spelled
G-E-N-E-V-E-I-V-E. – So if they get a name right then I think that one’s the easiest. And our mom’s is– – [Mother] Oh my gosh
I can’t even pronounce. – Lorelei. – [Mother] Lorelei. – And mine, it’s Zooey. But it’s spelled different. It’s spelled Z-O-O-E-Y. And when we were putting the name in Google so we would know
how to pronounce it properly. There’s actually somebody that showed up, so I think there’s really like a famous person that
actually has this name. – [Mother] Yeah it’s an actress. – An actress that has that name. So maybe they’re like, hmm, maybe she’s named after this actress, then they put the same way. But honestly I think if they get any name right it’s gonna be Genevieve, and definitely not mine. Because it’s really hard. So we’ll see.
– Second place. – Yeah, I think mines the hardest because Zooey is normally spelled Z-O-E. So, I don’t know, let’s go up to the last Starbucks and hope that we can give them $1000. Can have a bagel, sauce on the side. And the name is Zooey. – [Worker] Zooey, so you
wanted two bagels with what? – Sauce. – [Worker] That’s it? Just the two bagels. $3.60. – I just wanted one bagel to go. – [Worker] Anything else? – No. Thank you. – Can you please right her name on it, so we know it’s our food.
– [Worker] No problem. – [Mother] Hi can I have a
tall ice caramel candy please? And my name is Lorelei. (upbeat music) – [Worker] Anything else? – [Mother] That’s it. – [Worker] $4.77. – So they spelled my name wrong on this. They put Z-O-E. (buzzer blows) That’s probably how I
would’ve spell it too. – They spelled mine with
a J at the end, Jennifer. (buzzer blows) – [Mother] Thank you. – [Worker] Thank you, have a good day. – [Mother] You too. (buzzer blows) – They spelled all of them wrong but we’re gonna tip them $10 this time, $10. Hi, we’re doing a challenge to see if you can spell our names right. And you didn’t but we’re
still gonna give you a tip. – [Worker] Oh yeah. Thank you. – All right so this
concludes the challenge. I’m really kind of sad that they didn’t get at least one of the names right on the last one, because I really wanted
to tip out at least $50. But we still give them $10 ’cause the names were the hardest
out of all of them. – [Mother] Kind of. – Well yeah, kind of. My name was the hardest though ’cause– – [Mother] Yeah, Genevieve
was very easy if you– – Know how to spell that like if it’s a real person. – [Mother] Yeah because
it’s an average spelling. It was spelled differently. – Yeah, I don’t really know
if I can spell that name. – [Mother] But they spelled it like, I mean, it looks more like
Jennifer, than Genevieve. – Yeah, I think he
misheard her and Jennifer. – [Mother] No because she said it and then you give him– – Yeah because I wanted to correct him so that he didn’t actually write Jennifer. – [Mother] Yeah, she
didn’t write it on the bag. So you were asking him to write it. – Yeah, ’cause I wasn’t
gonna be a little shy. – [Mother] Yeah and the
music was super loud in some of the locations. So we may have to kind of like mute it and put subtitles on some of the locations because we don’t want to get copyright. – “I hear a song in this background. “This video will get copyrighted.” That’s gonna be really sad. – Copyright smash (hits seat). – [Mother] So did you guys have fun? – Yeah. – This was really fun and I tried lot of things like that coffee cake thing. That was really good, I
never ever had that before. – And also while we were walking up the last one I saw a ham
and cheese croissant. – And then she’s like, “For the next one “I’m gonna get a ham
and cheese croissant.” But then she was like, “Oh
wait, this is the last one.” So this challenge was just super fun. Get this video to 30 thousand likes. – 30 thousand. – If you want us to do part two but without funds this time. – So go ahead and like it. – Yeah, like this video. – [Mother] So how much did
you guys end up taking? – $130 thousand. – [Mother] Which is still a lot. – $130 thousand. – [Mother] $130 not– – Not thousand, that’s
so much money (laughs). But that’s still a lot of money. – That’s big tips. – Even though it’s not $1000. Even though I kind wish it was. – Ah. – It’s still a lot. – [Mother] Yeah, if you
guys like this video a lot then we have another chance of tipping off $1000 to some
lucky Starbucks baristas. – Thanks for watching. – See ya next time. – Peace and sky. – [Together] And bye.