4-year-old accidentally orders $100 in Starbucks on Uber Eats: ‘Love where his priorities are’

A 4-year-old accidentally ordered $100 worth of Starbucks, and his family is howling with laughter. 

TikToker @marcfranks7 said his family “had no clue he did this” when his nephew used the Uber Eats app to place the giant order. When he came home from work, he found the three bags delivered on his porch. Luckily for the 4-year-old, the family found it hilarious. 

@marcfranks7

8 orders of egg bites, 4 iced venti caramel machiattos, 4 grande iced, 3 grande hot, cake pops, and oh yeah the Dunkin’ as well 🤣 #starbucks

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“My 4-year-old nephew decided to order Uber Eats — ordered $100 worth of Starbucks,” he explained

The boy purchased eight orders of egg bites, four iced venti caramel macchiatos, four grande iced coffees, three grande hot coffees, cake pops, and there was even a separate Dunkin’ Donuts order too. The kiddo even tipped $32 on the delivery

“We just thought it was funny, he was not punished, just asked to not do it again,” the TikToker said in the comment section. “I can’t tell you how hard it was to explain to him why he shouldn’t do that. Meanwhile, he was stuffing his face with a blue cake pop.”

The hilarious video racked up 1.7 million views on TikTok. 

“He was an intern at a small PR firm in his past life, muscle memory,” someone joked

“When my son was 6 he tried to buy a real semi-truck over the phone with my credit card,” another shared

“I love where his priorities are,” a person wrote

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