Yea, I know—lack of updates.
So sue me.
It's gotten to the point where I no longer expect to actually get
the food I order from Burger King. I expect to get something,
not necessarily what I order.
Ocasionally, I end up in the drive through of Burger King on my way to work.
It's one of the few places still left open and more importantly, on the way
to work. And each time I go, I order the same thing.
Bzzzzz crackle “—ry a n<bzzzzzzzz>ombo
mea—” snap click.
“Um, yea,” I say, assuming this now signifies my chance to order. “I'll
take a Whopper™ with cheese, onion rings and a medium Coke™.”
Bzzzzzzzz snap “—ng els—” snap click.
“No, that's it.”
Snap crackle pop “—ive. Dri<bzzzzzzz>ough—” bzzzzzzz click.
I drive up to the window, pay whatever amount they say I owe, which is
always different, but is between $4.50 and $5.50 and get my food, which is
almost, but not entirely like what I ordered. Sometimes it's French fries
instead of onion rings. Or maybe it's a Whopper™ instead of a
Whopper™ with cheese. Or even a Whopper Jr.™, fries and a Diet
I figure the first fast food chain to offer a Random Value Meal for $5.00 is
going to make a killing! (for the record tonight I got two Whoppers™
without cheese, no fries, no onion rings and no Coke™)
Whopper™ is a registered trademark of Burger King.
Whopper Jr™ is a registered trademark of Burger King.
Coke™ is a registered trademark of the Coca-Cola Corporation.
Diet Coke™ is a registered trademark of the Coca-Cola Corporation.
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