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Woman With Stutter Goes Viral After Sharing Her Experience Ordering At A Drive-Thru

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When most people pull up to the drive-thru of their favorite eatery, the toughest part is probably just deciding what to order. But for people with speech disorders, like stuttering, knowing the order is only half the battle. And Georgia Scott is trying to raise awareness about speech disorders one TikTok video at a time.

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In a recently uploaded video, Scott attempted to show what it’s like ordering a coffee beverage at the drive-thru while stuttering.

In the video, Scott can be seen sitting in her car. Before placing her order, she informed her followers that she was going to be “upfront about her stammer” and order “exactly” what she wanted. She then greeted the person on the other end of the drive-thru, before explaining that she had a bit of a stutter.

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She went on to ask the person to bear with her as she focused on getting through the order.

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Come get a iced oat milk latte with sugar free vanilla syrup with me… ????????☕️ #costa #costadrivethru #stammer #stammering #speaking #speakingchallenge

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Scott takes her time to get her words out while asking about drink options and eventually manages to finalize her order. After receiving her drink, she then took a sip of the well-deserved treat and offered a cheers to the camera.

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Since her initial video, Scott has gone on to create a viral series of similar videos. Her videos showcase everything from getting coffee to ordering a meal on a train. Scott has also been offering advice to her followers.

In another video, she can be seen offering tips to a parent who their 3-year-old’s stammer.

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When asked about her reason for creating these videos, Scott said it all started after having a few tough days due to her disorder.

“I felt very down,” she explained. “My stammer has a huge impact on my mental health,  and I just said to myself, ‘Why am I feeling like this?’ I had such a burning desire to record myself going through the drive-thru, hoping for it to reach just one person and make them feel less alone.”

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