Deaf Man Makes Order At Starbucks, That’s When Barista Hands Him A Handwritten Note

Many of us take the things we have for granted. While we complain about something as simple as going in to work or preparing for an exam, others are dealing with real problems that we don’t even consider because we’re lucky enough to not have them.

People deal with visual and hearing impairments, certain restrictions that can really alter your life. These individuals are admirable for the way they go about living their life without letting these obstacles get in the way.

One man was acknowledged for his strength when he ordered a drink from Starbucks. After his experience, he wrote a Facebook post that went viral because it inspired so many.

This man ran into Ibby Piracha, a man who was victim to a high fever when he was only 2 years old. The critical condition left him mute. 

This impairment has left Piracha to resort to typing as his form of communication.

Piracha had become a regular Starbucks customer, and one day when he went to give his order, he was faced with a surprise. 

Krystal Payne, his barista, handed Piracha a note, “I’ve been learning ASL just so you can have the same experience as everyone else.”

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