So I went to Burger King today and was surprised to find they now had a "Ceaser Salad Angus Burger". What the fudge is up with that? It had all the traditional makings of burger (2 slabs of Angus mince, crispy bacon, bun) along with the ingredients for a Chicken Ceaser Salad without the chicken ( Ceaser Salad Sauce, Parmesan Cheese Shavings, Lettuce, Fried Onion croûton things). I purchased it, and heres my verdict; SOME SHIT SHOULD STAY ON THE DRAWING BOARD. Why did they think this would be a good idea? The Parmesan was poor quality and there was too much of it, the dressing/sauce was a weird fake garlic type and there was way too much of it once again. Eating it just felt weird and wrong somehow. The experience just re-iterated why I usually avoid fast food type places..
Dude what the balls?
I just can't do fast food anymore.
+ At least 50% of the time, the meat tastes like it has been sitting around in the warmer for a couple hours instead of being fresh.
+ At least 70% of the time, my burger is wrong (it isn't complex -- no L, T, O -- add LOTS of pickle). They usually put on L, T, or O and they often take "lots of pickle" to mean "one extra piece of pickle" or "NO pickle at all".
+ At least 30% of the time, something is missing in my order.
+ At least 20% of the time, the person can't even speak English (this increases to about 70% of the time back home on the coast). I mean, not that I are, but if your entire job revolves around talking to people, shouldn't you be able to speak their language so you can get their food right? I actually once said "cheeseburger with lots of extra pickle". What did i get? I got a cheeseburger on a tray... and on the tray was a paper bag. He actually thought when I said "pickle" I was saying "paper bag".
It's just too much of a hassle and a waste of money (when you end up with missing food or something you didn't even want) all for the sake of stuffing your body with something that's going to speed your death along in the first place.
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