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(X-103 Indianapolis)   "McDonald's customer says Spicy McChicken is too spicy, calls cops"   (x103.com) divider line 23
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2013-01-24 11:35:27 AM
5 votes:
If you think the spicy McChicken is too spicy, you obviously can't handle anything spicy. So why would you order to begin with?
2013-01-24 11:01:00 AM
3 votes:

dopekitty74: I used to work at kfc. We had a customer complain that the zinger sandwich was too spicy and they wanted a less spicy one, but they didn't call the cops...



Whoever came up with the saying "the customer is always right" should be biatch-slapped.
2013-01-24 12:27:26 PM
2 votes:

Egoy3k: Old El Paso makes an extra mild taco kit now. It's actually not bad though they have a seasoning package that you mix with some sour cream to make a topping with. Before anybody jumps on me for making tacos from a kit please understand that I live in rural Nova Scotia, short of making them from scratch it's basically the only way to actually get taco shells.


meh, making taco's from a kit is a perfectly acceptable weekday night food choice. quick, easy, relatively healthy and cheap.
2013-01-24 12:25:56 PM
2 votes:

garkola: Great headline!


Hi subby.
2013-01-24 12:20:20 PM
2 votes:
I think the "spice" on their spicy McChicken is literally just pepper. Like the pepper in "salt and pepper" - not the jalapeno type.
2013-01-24 11:10:14 AM
2 votes:
Shiat, the Spicy McChicken is like the only good thing on the menu
2013-01-24 02:37:13 PM
1 votes:
You know, I'm surprised none of you mentioned/noticed this part:

"The McDonald's even went the extra mile, giving him a cola and some grilled chicken legs."

In some McDonald's, they serve fried chicken, real beef burgers, and even spaghetti and meatballs.

More surprising, in some countries where I've been, they actually serve edible food.
2013-01-24 02:06:09 PM
1 votes:
Too spicy? A little beer will put out that fire.
2013-01-24 02:03:03 PM
1 votes:

mongbiohazard: God Is My Co-Pirate: impaler: If you think the spicy McChicken is too spicy, you obviously can't handle anything spicy. So why would you order to begin with?

Saddest thing I've seen in my grocery store: Extra Mild Salsa.  I grew up on British food with spices treated as suspicious stuff that only crazy foreigners would use...and I still think that if you're buying Extra Mild Salsa you should just kill yourself, because the world is obviously going to be too hard for you.


That's known as Minnesota Medium.

My wife's family is from out there and they seem to be terrified of food with any kind of kick to it. We had a huge family gathering out there once, with pretty much her entire family, and one of the dishes they cooked had some French's yellow mustard in the glaze. You could barely taste it whatsoever, but every member of her family bitached like she was forcing habaneros into their mouths. My wife and I were confused what the big deal was.

I figure the grocery stores around there must have three kinds of salsa: Super-mild, extra-mild and "whoah, take it easy there this is regular mild so you might die".


I don't do the "eat really hot things like it's a hobby" bit like a lot of other farkers. Still, on occasion, I like to pickup a spicy snack of one kind or another.

I've learned one thing: Most foods labeled spicy/hot/flamin'/etc foods are neither hot nor spicy. Neither are they flamin' or etc. It's very frustrating.

I can only assume now that it's Minnesota's fault. fark you and your 10,000 lakes and 12-month winters! You've slightly inconvenienced me!

Note To Food Manufacturers: Giving a food that shiatty jalapeno flavor does not automatically make it spicy. It just makes it taste like shiat.
2013-01-24 01:36:27 PM
1 votes:

pute kisses like a man: tlchwi02: Egoy3k: Old El Paso makes an extra mild taco kit now. It's actually not bad though they have a seasoning package that you mix with some sour cream to make a topping with. Before anybody jumps on me for making tacos from a kit please understand that I live in rural Nova Scotia, short of making them from scratch it's basically the only way to actually get taco shells.

meh, making taco's from a kit is a perfectly acceptable weekday night food choice. quick, easy, relatively healthy and cheap.

what's in a taco kit and why would a kit be necessary? fresh corn tortilla, meat stuff (and maybe vegetables/peppers), lime, cilantro, ,jalapeno. then, if you're really crazy, make a salsa or add avocados, or, for the rich people, add some queso blanco/fresco or quesadilla

I mean, i live for tacos, but I've never even heard of a kit (but, your nova scotia-ness and mention of taco "shells" really concern me and think that you haven't had an opportunity to have better tacos)


I have had many opportunities to have better tacos. Usually when feeding myself I don't plan air travel though. Tortillas round these parts are made with wheat. The only place that I can buy fresh corn tortillas reliably is about 100km away. Around here this is how you make tacos.

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/image is hotter than the spicy McChicken
//I just knew somebody was going to question it
///protip not everybody lives where you live and different places have different items available for purchase
2013-01-24 01:01:17 PM
1 votes:
Got me a new jar of hot salsa in the cupboard, to paste my burgers before the cheese.
And a nice bottle of Tapatio.
Loves me some HOT.
2013-01-24 12:55:06 PM
1 votes:

impaler: I think the "spice" on their spicy McChicken is literally just pepper. Like the pepper in "salt and pepper" - not the jalapeno type.


it's cayenne
2013-01-24 12:43:17 PM
1 votes:

The_Sponge: dopekitty74: I used to work at kfc. We had a customer complain that the zinger sandwich was too spicy and they wanted a less spicy one, but they didn't call the cops...


Whoever came up with the saying "the customer is always right" should be biatch-slapped.


It's supposed to be an assumption, not a law. As in "assume the customer is correct until proven otherwise" not "assume the customer is omniscient."
2013-01-24 12:40:01 PM
1 votes:

God Is My Co-Pirate: impaler: If you think the spicy McChicken is too spicy, you obviously can't handle anything spicy. So why would you order to begin with?

Saddest thing I've seen in my grocery store: Extra Mild Salsa.  I grew up on British food with spices treated as suspicious stuff that only crazy foreigners would use...and I still think that if you're buying Extra Mild Salsa you should just kill yourself, because the world is obviously going to be too hard for you.


Was that just Ketchup/Catsup?
2013-01-24 12:33:34 PM
1 votes:
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Was his mouth burning for one week?
2013-01-24 12:20:47 PM
1 votes:

The_Sponge: dopekitty74: I used to work at kfc. We had a customer complain that the zinger sandwich was too spicy and they wanted a less spicy one, but they didn't call the cops...


Whoever came up with the saying "the customer is always right" should be biatch-slapped.


It's actually just that that saying is always misused. It doesn't mean "if a customer wants a free meal and to fark your sister you should let him." It is that you can't tell customers what they want. If they want a meal and to fark your sister you aren't going to get far trying to sell them a drink and a Bible.
2013-01-24 12:20:42 PM
1 votes:

snocone: Where do all these precious snowflakes come from?
It is like they suddenly pop into existance and are THE first to evar experience whatever angst is of the moment.
No perspective, no balance, like Mittens, a bug in a person suit.


That reminds me of a friend I have who claims to be good at everything that she tries. What she fails to mention is that if she isn't immediately good at something, she'll give up and never try it again.
2013-01-24 12:17:43 PM
1 votes:
You know, I've gotta wonder... The only times in my life I've nearly cried out in pain over food being too spicy was when I let friends from China cook "down home" meals. What the heck could they have put in there to get a Chinese dude to say it was too hot, that's what I wanna know.

/though the article does say the guy may not have been wrapped too tight
//or he could just be a wimp
2013-01-24 12:01:06 PM
1 votes:
FTFA:   The McDonald's even went the extra mile, giving him a cola

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2013-01-24 11:45:36 AM
1 votes:

impaler: If you think the spicy McChicken is too spicy, you obviously can't handle anything spicy. So why would you order to begin with?


Saddest thing I've seen in my grocery store: Extra Mild Salsa.  I grew up on British food with spices treated as suspicious stuff that only crazy foreigners would use...and I still think that if you're buying Extra Mild Salsa you should just kill yourself, because the world is obviously going to be too hard for you.
2013-01-24 11:28:17 AM
1 votes:
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2013-01-24 11:27:52 AM
1 votes:
I'm just glad to see that Fred Durst is still working.
2013-01-24 10:40:29 AM
1 votes:
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