Sarah Hyland Used Twitter To Shit On CVS For Not Having Her Meds Available 

December 20, 2017 / Posted by:

In case you didn’t know that the week leading up to Christmas is usually slower than a coked-up sloth’s cum shot, take a look at that headline again.

The beef of our time started yesterday when 27-year-old Sarah Hyland (she’s the brown-haired daughter on Modern Family who isn’t my style icon Ariel Winter) Crisco’d up her face, put razors in her hair and had a friend hold her bag so she could drag CVS out onto the Twitter yard and fight them. Sarah called CVS out for closing before she could pick up some very important medication. That led to CVS apologizing to Sarah, which led to her accusing them of not caring, which led to them saying that they do care, which led to Sarah posting several videos about the situation. It’s times like these when we should thank Twitter for existing so that celebrities like Sarah can publicly bitch out a corporation for fucking her over and us bloggers can make a long post about it during a slow pre-holiday week. Thank you, Baby Jesus, for giving us Twatter!

Sarah got a kidney transplant in April 2012 and she has to take medications to keep her kidney from quitting her. Sarah tweeted that CVS told her that they would call her before they closed to tell her to come pick up her meds, but that didn’t happen.

Sarah followed-up that tweet with a screen shot from the Maps app showing the hours for the CVS in Studio City, and she basically let them know that since they’re not spending the time calling her to let her know her prescription is ready, they should at least spend the time updating their store hours on Maps!

CVS responded to Sarah (because she’s got a blue checkmark next to her name) and asked her to slide into their DMs, but she wasn’t having it, because I guess they didn’t handwrite her a personal apology with a quill on parchment paper and upload a picture of it to Twitter.

@cvspharmacy must regularly get accused of copy and pasting, because they had a response for Sarah that was ready to be copy and pasted to her.

Sarah slid her details into CVS’ DMs, but it didn’t end there. If you think that Sarah was being melodramatic for ranting at a company on Twitter and going on and on about it, meet the people who told her they hope her kidney rejects her ass because she’s irresponsible for not ordering her meds earlier. Sarah posted several (yes, several) videos saying that the med she needed wasn’t one she regularly uses (she has those on auto-fill). She needed an antibiotic to attack an infection that could’ve taken her kidney out. (Side note: I swear I’m not high, but Sarah’s mannerisms and speech patterns are giving me Christian Siriano. She could play him in his biopic. Or he could play her in the inevitable Lifetime movie that’s going to be made about this CVS drama.)

And in her final video on this mess, Sarah said that she’s got her antibiotics now, but that she’s heard from the people who have been in similar situations and she’s going to continue to fight the fight against CVS!

Once she finishes with CVS, can she please set the tricks at the Maps app right. Sarah used Maps to check that particular CVS’ hours, but if she called or checked their website, she would’ve learned that while the store itself closes at 10pm, the pharmacy closes at 9pm. Maps didn’t specify that. This wouldn’t be the first time that Maps got store hours wrong. I once went to an In-N-Out at around 1:30 in the morning after Maps told me it was still open, but when I got there it was closed. They closed at 1 in the morning! So yeah, I’m sorry or whatever that Sarah had to wait longer for antibiotics she needs to save an important internal organ, but what about me?! I got a serious case of blue balls in the mouth from thinking that I was going to get my lips around a Double Double only to find out that Maps lied to me! Nobody has suffered more in history, honestly.


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