Coffee is a great thing. In fact, a lot of people thrive on coffee, but sometimes, coffee is taken just a little too far. And, at that point, can you even call it coffee? Starbucks has taken it just a little too far...

1. Beary Prickly Pear

beer, alcohol, liquor, ale, wine, lager
Molly Doroba

OK, but why would anyone want the word "prickly" in their drink. There's a whole lot going on in this drink, and none of it sounds appetizing. 

2. Unicorn Frappuccino

milk, Frappuccino, Unicorn Frappuccino, cold drink, coffee, Unicorn, pink and blue, Starbucks
Shelby Cohron

This sounds like one big mouthful of sugar. If I wanted that, I would have turned to cotton candy.

3. Cherry Pie Frappuccino

cream, milk, sweet, chocolate, ice
Becky Hughes

I mean, there's nothing wrong with cherry pie and there's definitely nothing wrong with frappuccinos, but should they really be together?

4. Mini Frappuccino

milk, cream, coffee, tea, chocolate
Alex Waxenbaum

Don't get me wrong, frappuccinos are great, but tempting me to spend less money isn't a good thing. Why? I'll spend less money, and then I'll be done with my drink in 2.5 seconds, which will just result in me buying another drink and spending more money than I would have if I had just bought the regular size.

5. Cake Batter Frappuccino

cake, cream, butter, chocolate
Constance Connolly

Cake is great, but not in my drinks--plain and simple as that.

6. Chocolate Crunch Frappuccino

sweet, candy, chocolate, chips, chocolate chips, cocoa
Caroline Ingalls

Chocolate is amazing, but the word "crunch" is really throwing me off. I don't think I want "crunchy" coffee.

7. Valentine Frappuccino

strawberry, cream, ice
Rachel Ishee

It's a secret menu item, but still, not sure I'm sold on yet another drink that reminds people of how #single they are.