Yeah...MickeyDees.... Stopped going there after that unfortunate Fillet-o-fish accident back in '92...
It's not just the "not so" golden arches...It's EVERY one of those damn fast food joints... Do like I do, go home and make a sandwich or just not eat lunch altogether!
OK, let me rant for a bit too!
It's obvious that these folks left their jobs at NASA to work there! And for those of you from MDs that may be reading this... That was called sarcasm. Lets say it together.....SARCASM. Which is totally different from what you display behind the counter... That is called impudence.
NEVER under ANY circumstance order your burger without any of the key ingredients such as onions or pickles. This creates a rift in the fabric of space that could cause a catastrophic implosion beginning with the line cooks head!
If your order comes to $5.52, NEVER tell the Rhodes Scholar at the window that you have the 2 pennies. No amount of complex mathematics combined with the use of a super computer and an abacus can figure out the exact change from a 10 and 2 pennies!
When time is of the essence, you will ALWAYS get in the drive thru line behind a minivan with 2 soccer teams inside. And the driver will also always tell the clerk she has the 2 pennies.
And just for a moment, lets take a look at the complexity of fast food items. The "Hamburger"... Man, you got a bun that comes in two parts. Then there is that luke-warm, gray, meaty looking thing and all the colorful items that get piled on top... Then the red and yellow juice... Or sometimes *
So, one can see how difficult and confusing it can be for the educationally challenged line cook to compile these parts in an order to which they can be consumed in a manner that is palatable.
You know, the burgers ALWAYS look like they do on TV when they are made. It's only after the band of rouge Ninjas get a hold of it, before it gets to you, that it looks the way it does in the wrapper.
Well, that's my 2 cents....Can anyone make change?
: Its a little known fact that "Special Sauce" is derived from painstakingly processing the placenta of newborn wildebeests then refined using a filtering process incorporating spent nuclear fuel rods.