our wallets. One of my most favoritest food items is the Fast Food Pizza, which is made by topping a cheese pizza with two cheeseburgers, two crunchy tacos, 12 chicken nuggets, a 'large' order of french fries, and a 'large' order of chow mein noodles. I'm going to prove to you that American restaurants are overcharging on the meager amounts of food they give us by making this delicious food item with store bought products and another with restaurant products. We will then compare the prices, and I'll prove to you that they do infact charge too much.
First, let's start with my shopping list for the homemade Fast Food Pizza. We have:
- 1x DiGiorno Cheese Pizza: $5
- 1/2 lb. ground beef: $1.50
- Package Kraft American slices: $2
- 8x Hamburger buns: $1
- 12x Taco shell: $1
- 1 head lettuce: $1
- Frozen chicken nuggets, 36 count: $5
- Frozen french fries: $2
- 6x Ramen noodles: $6/1 (can't pass up a deal)
- Grand Total: $24.50
So, now we will assemble our pizza. This is price per unit
- Pizza: $5
- 2x burgers: 1.40
- 2x tacos: 1.25
- 12x nuggets: 1.75
- Fries: .50
- Noodles: .35
- Grand Total: $10.25
Pretty good price! Let's assemble our restaurant pizza, eh?
- Large Cheese Pizza, Pizza Hut: $12
- 2x Double Cheeseburger, McD's: $2
- 2x Crunchy Tacos, Taco Bell: $2
- 12 ct. Chicken Fries, BK: $5
- Large Fries, McD's: $3
- Large Chow Mein, Panda Express: $5
- Grand Total: $29!!!
Twenty nine dollars! And that's just for one person!!! Imagine feeding an average family of four, that's outrageous. WAKE UP AMERICA. These companies will continue to charge you as long as you're willing to keep paying. We need to stand up for our rights as Americans. Do you think Ben Franklin would have taken this lying down? General Stonewall Jackson? John D. Rockefeller? NONONO
Yes We Can!!!