When you go to Starbucks and the barista writes your name on your paper coffee cup, that is your name until you are assigned a new name.
Example: Your name is Alice. The barista writes Ally. You are now Ally until you get more coffee in a new cup with a different name on it.
When someone else orders your coffee and you end up with a cup with their name on it, the rules are invalidated. So you are not Bob just because Bob ordered your coffee. Bulk orders invalidate the rules.
If the barista writes Starbucks on your cup, you are Starbucks. The printed Starbucks logo alone doesn't count.
But what about those times when you purposefully lie abut your name?
Let's say your name is Salome and you decide to go with Jane for ease?
This is where it gets a little complicated. The Fake Name rule is invoked when you make up your name and you become 'Fake Jane' or whatever the fake name was you gave. And you thought there were no consequences for this, didn't you?
Do you have other questions about the rules to the Starbucks Coffee Name Game? Post below and I will ask Thord.