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Fast Food Fiasco
4/16/2008 3:36:40 AM
For the last twenty years, I have always been missing something out of my fast food bag. The companies must be making a mint.
I am sick of the whole fast food. When was the last time you went to any fast food place, and after ordering you get all the way home and find out something is missing? It happens to me every time I go. Some might say that I should look in the bag to see if all is well before I walk out but this is not my job, it is their job. I figured this one out. If three billion customers were missing one item every time they ordered food at these rat traps, the companies stand to save, 14 bil...12 mil.... X 3 divided by...carry the two.... well, a whole lot of money. I decided to get even for once and cut my losses. I walked into the fast food place not to name anyone because it wouldn't be fair, but letís just say they are the king of what they survey. So I went to Burger King and ordered ten cheese burgers. I walked out and ate five. I walked back in and told them they forgot the cheese. They tossed my bag in the trash and made me ten more. I walked back out and put five on the seat of the car. I went back in and told them they only gave me five. The made five more and I went back to my car. Now I walked back in with fifteen burgers and told the manager that I asked for five and they gave me fifteen. She was dumbfounded but that was usual for her. She takes five out of the bag and hands me the bag. I told her these were old and for my trouble I should at least get fresh ones. She made me fresh burgers, tosses the bag of fifteen in a garbage pail. I waited for my ten, and she said, "These are on the house." I looked at her and told her how can this be, I already paid for them. Now I have a headache. She hands me my money back, I grabbed my burgers and started to walk out. Before I did I grabbed the burger bag lying on top of the trash, walk out with my money, twenty five burgers, and already was full on the five I had eaten, and never darkened their doorway again.

Whenever I have a craving for fast food I just take the empty bag I saved from the fast food place, look inside and convince myself, they forgot the whole order. I then make a salad and smile. I have that my way.


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