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2013-06-14 07:27:24 PM
so, a hamburger doesnt have cheese, eh? tell me more, wise man.
 
2013-06-14 08:06:06 PM
If they've screwed up his order the last three times he's been there maybe, just maybe he should go elsewhere. Or perhaps he should go inside instead of using the drive-thru. He'd have a better chance of his order being made right then.
 
2013-06-14 08:19:03 PM

Bathia_Mapes: If they've screwed up his order the last three times he's been there maybe, just maybe he should go elsewhere. Or perhaps he should go inside instead of using the drive-thru. He'd have a better chance of his order being made right then.


lol, i was distracted by all the hostility, and did not notice, that, ya, he was walking up to the drive through. classic loser behavior.
 
2013-06-14 09:00:21 PM
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2013-06-14 09:03:54 PM

Bathia_Mapes: If they've screwed up his order the last three times he's been there maybe, just maybe he should go elsewhere. Or perhaps he should go inside instead of using the drive-thru. He'd have a better chance of his order being made right then.


Seriously

/if it "happens every time", WTF are you going there AGAIN, f*cktard?
 
2013-06-14 09:20:06 PM
Seems appropriate for this thread:

[after receiving the wrong order at the drive-thru]

Leo Getz: They F*CK YOU at the drive-thru, okay? They F*CK YOU at the drive-thru! They know you're gonna be miles away before you find out you got f*cked! They know you're not gonna turn around and go back, they don't care. So who gets f*cked? Ol' Leo Getz! Okay, sure! I don't give a f*ck! I'm not eating this tuna, okay?
 
2013-06-14 09:28:31 PM
I'd calmly ask him...,"How much Ham in Hamburger?" Just to watch his confused, drunk ass try to reason that out.
 
2013-06-14 09:41:21 PM
"Do not go quietly into that good night... Rage, rage..."
 
2013-06-14 10:19:55 PM
So what kind of cheese actually takes good on a hamburger?

I wouldn't have gone apeshiat like that, but cheeseburgers usually suck. What fastfood like cheeseburger most approaches a what people think about when they think about the taste of a delicious cheeseburger?
 
2013-06-14 10:34:02 PM
The man must really hate american cheese.
 
2013-06-14 10:43:02 PM

Bathia_Mapes: If they've screwed up his order the last three times he's been there maybe, just maybe he should go elsewhere. Or perhaps he should go inside instead of using the drive-thru. He'd have a better chance of his order being made right then.


Seriously. I mean hell, I stopped going to Chic-fil-a because they got my name wrong like five times in a row.
 
2013-06-14 10:43:04 PM
Reminded me of this

Some customers don't want you to fix the the problem. They just want to yell.
 
2013-06-14 10:44:47 PM

RoyBatty: So what kind of cheese actually takes good on a hamburger?

I wouldn't have gone apeshiat like that, but cheeseburgers usually suck. What fastfood like cheeseburger most approaches a what people think about when they think about the taste of a delicious cheeseburger?


Cheddar if it's just lettuce tomato and pickle. Swiss with sauteed mushrooms. Never that American cheese crap.
 
2013-06-14 10:49:41 PM

RoyBatty: So what kind of cheese actually takes good on a hamburger?

I wouldn't have gone apeshiat like that, but cheeseburgers usually suck. What fastfood like cheeseburger most approaches a what people think about when they think about the taste of a delicious cheeseburger?


Sharp cheddar
 
2013-06-14 11:08:13 PM

RoyBatty: So what kind of cheese actually takes good on a hamburger?

I wouldn't have gone apeshiat like that, but cheeseburgers usually suck. What fastfood like cheeseburger most approaches a what people think about when they think about the taste of a delicious cheeseburger?


farm1.staticflickr.com
 
2013-06-14 11:10:15 PM
i.imgur.com
 
2013-06-14 11:19:15 PM

RoyBatty: So what kind of cheese actually takes good on a hamburger?

I wouldn't have gone apeshiat like that, but cheeseburgers usually suck. What fastfood like cheeseburger most approaches a what people think about when they think about the taste of a delicious cheeseburger?


I hate it when I post drunk, too.
 
2013-06-14 11:24:19 PM
www.moviespad.com
 
2013-06-14 11:38:16 PM
I don't know, there's two sides to this. On the one hand, it's just a cheeseburger. On the other hand, kill, kill fast food worker.
 
2013-06-15 12:07:13 AM

RoyBatty: So what kind of cheese actually takes good on a hamburger?

I wouldn't have gone apeshiat like that, but cheeseburgers usually suck. What fastfood like cheeseburger most approaches a what people think about when they think about the taste of a delicious cheeseburger?


Sharp cheddar and blue cheese are my favorites, but swiss or pepper jack are also pretty acceptable.
 
2013-06-15 12:11:05 AM

some_beer_drinker: lol, i was distracted by all the hostility, and did not notice, that, ya, he was walking up to the drive through. classic loser behavior.


I think he pulled his truck forward and checked the order then got out to scream at the guy at the window. You can see the truck is parked against the curb in the drive-thru lane.
 
2013-06-15 12:17:30 AM

Bathia_Mapes: Seems appropriate for this thread:

[after receiving the wrong order at the drive-thru]

Leo Getz: They F*CK YOU at the drive-thru, okay? They F*CK YOU at the drive-thru! They know you're gonna be miles away before you find out you got f*cked! They know you're not gonna turn around and go back, they don't care. So who gets f*cked? Ol' Leo Getz! Okay, sure! I don't give a f*ck! I'm not eating this tuna, okay?


Ahh, yes. The thread is completed by your post.
 
2013-06-15 12:25:50 AM
I know those feels.
 
2013-06-15 12:34:22 AM
Mister, if you don't shut up, I'm gonna kick 100% of your ass.
 
2013-06-15 12:39:24 AM
It's my money and I want it now!

FFS, the people he's yelling at work at a fast food place and he expects them to be competent?
 
2013-06-15 12:41:44 AM
And it's a Wendy's why am I not surprised. There was one close to home that would always, ALWAYS, get my order wrong. It got to the point that I double-checked my order every time the bag was handed to me. I couldn't believe how many times they screwed things up. Finally, one time I forgot to check and didn't discover the mistake until I got home. I nearly lost it. Went back to the Wendy's, calmly and politely asked them to correct my order, and then let loose on them about their incompetence. The original order that they said I could keep, went sailing into the store via the drive thru window. Never went back again. Actually, haven't been to a Wendy's in a looong time. Damn, it went downhill when they changed their buns and their fries.
 
2013-06-15 01:07:04 AM
 
2013-06-15 01:53:28 AM
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2013-06-15 01:56:01 AM

chewielouie: And it's a Wendy's why am I not surprised. There was one close to home that would always, ALWAYS, get my order wrong. It got to the point that I double-checked my order every time the bag was handed to me. I couldn't believe how many times they screwed things up. Finally, one time I forgot to check and didn't discover the mistake until I got home. I nearly lost it. Went back to the Wendy's, calmly and politely asked them to correct my order, and then let loose on them about their incompetence. The original order that they said I could keep, went sailing into the store via the drive thru window. Never went back again. Actually, haven't been to a Wendy's in a looong time. Damn, it went downhill when they changed their buns and their fries.


ITG, or just a psycho who didn't realize his story of going berserk would reflect worse on him than his Wendy's?
 
2013-06-15 02:07:03 AM
The only time a fast food joint got my order wrong I felt what this guy felt.

My kid wanted a McD's Spiderman toy, which required purchase of a Happy Meal.  Before placing the order, I asked if he could get a Spiderman toy. "Yes."  Are you sure you have one?  "Yes."  Order comes.  No Spiderman toy.  "We don't have them this month."

Yeah, I went off on that farkwitted douchetard.

On a positive note, that was the last time I took him to McD's.  He's 22 and fit as a fiddle.
 
2013-06-15 02:13:45 AM

BarkingUnicorn: He's 22 and fit as a fiddle.


He damn well better get a spiderman toy before he's 30...
 
2013-06-15 02:21:17 AM
In today's episode of first world problems...
 
2013-06-15 02:59:59 AM
This is the first and possibly the last time I will ever write this: I thought the use of vertical video was appropriate.
 
2013-06-15 03:03:23 AM

Bathia_Mapes: Or perhaps he should go inside instead of using the drive-thru. He'd have a better chance of his order being made right then.


Or perhaps it's late and the drive-thru is the only thing open.
 
2013-06-15 03:03:55 AM
Sure, it's annoying when your order is wrong in the drive thru, but get over it already. So there was cheese on your hamburger...boo-farking-hoo. I guess, here's his chance to yell at people, while the rest of the day, he's the one on the receiving end.
 
2013-06-15 03:05:27 AM

Gilligann: Bathia_Mapes: Or perhaps he should go inside instead of using the drive-thru. He'd have a better chance of his order being made right then.

Or perhaps it's late and the drive-thru is the only thing open.


Maybe he should just make his own food, if he's so anal about it.
 
2013-06-15 03:13:54 AM

Gilligann: Bathia_Mapes: Or perhaps he should go inside instead of using the drive-thru. He'd have a better chance of his order being made right then.

Or perhaps it's late and the drive-thru is the only thing open.


That happened to me a while back at a Taco Hell.  No hissyfit, because food was pretty much what I expected.  But I walked in the front door, and all the employees start yelling for me to leave because they're closed.  So I walked out, got in my car, and pulled around to the drive thru that was still open and they acted like nothing weird had just happened.  It made f*ck-all sense, and still bugs me.  Open or closed, people, ya can't have it all.
 
2013-06-15 03:28:48 AM
Every time I go to Wendy's, I ask for no tomato. I don't think I've ever not gotten a tomato on my burger. Doesn't bother me any as I can just pick it off, but seriously... it can't be that hard to just leave it off in the first place.

Only other fast food gripe I have is with Arby's. They usually get my order right but are incredibly stingy with their sauce packets. I'll be picking up lunch for 5 people and they'll give me 2 farking packets of sauce.
 
2013-06-15 03:49:52 AM

b-ham: Every time I go to Wendy's, I ask for no tomato. I don't think I've ever not gotten a tomato on my burger. Doesn't bother me any as I can just pick it off, but seriously... it can't be that hard to just leave it off in the first place.

Only other fast food gripe I have is with Arby's. They usually get my order right but are incredibly stingy with their sauce packets. I'll be picking up lunch for 5 people and they'll give me 2 farking packets of sauce.


To be fair, Arbys is the only fast food place that actually cares about the quality of their sauces....
 
2013-06-15 04:37:58 AM

some_beer_drinker: so, a hamburger doesnt have cheese, eh? tell me more, wise man.


This is actually an important point.  If I don't want cheese I shouldn't get cheese, especially if I'm not paying for it.
 
2013-06-15 04:59:01 AM
I wouldn't last a day in retail or fast food.  I'd get fired for not putting up with that shiat from anyone, the boss included.  There would be a possibility of violence.

I quit a job on the very first day when the manager yelled at me for no reason at all.  He was the manage through intimidation" type.  I responded to his yelling with, "fark you" and walked out.
 
2013-06-15 06:01:20 AM
People get angry over such stupid shiat.
 
2013-06-15 06:13:53 AM
Aged Swiss is the best cheese for bacon burgers. FACT.
 
2013-06-15 06:42:17 AM

prjindigo: some_beer_drinker: so, a hamburger doesnt have cheese, eh? tell me more, wise man.

This is actually an important point.  If I don't want cheese I shouldn't get cheese, especially if I'm not paying for it.


I once ate at a place that actually had "Cheeseburger without the Cheese" on their menu.  I guess my friend who I was eating with didn't notice that and thought I was weird for ordering a hamburger that way.
 
2013-06-15 07:29:35 AM

lewismarktwo: Aged Swiss is the best cheese for bacon burgers. FACT.


rehydrated asiago and parmigano are better and by far "swiss" is the worst, it is literally the "pop" of cheeses...
only a retard calls any cheese "swiss": http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Swiss_cheeses , four hundred and fifty varieties of "swiss" cheeses and not a damned one of them available without import.

You're just buying american cheese with added crap and bubbles when you make burgers.

If you want an awesome burger, cream some Bergkäse and Roquefort till thick then drizzle it in with the pieces of undercooked bacon.
Never serve whole lengths of bacon or ANY bacon that comes apart in a crunchy way.  If you want flavor, simply use 2:1 ground beef to ground pork and serve it as a cheeseburger.  Dice it or strip it to small bites (a little too big for salad) then blend it and the saute' shrooms and/or onions and mix in the cheese blend in.

The powdered cheese FLAVORANT from a box of mac'n'cheese will usually taste better on a burger than any kind of americanized "swit" cheese.
 
2013-06-15 08:01:46 AM

prjindigo: lewismarktwo: Aged Swiss is the best cheese for bacon burgers. FACT.

rehydrated asiago and parmigano are better and by far "swiss" is the worst, it is literally the "pop" of cheeses...
only a retard calls any cheese "swiss": http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Swiss_cheeses , four hundred and fifty varieties of "swiss" cheeses and not a damned one of them available without import.

You're just buying american cheese with added crap and bubbles when you make burgers.

If you want an awesome burger, cream some Bergkäse and Roquefort till thick then drizzle it in with the pieces of undercooked bacon.
Never serve whole lengths of bacon or ANY bacon that comes apart in a crunchy way.  If you want flavor, simply use 2:1 ground beef to ground pork and serve it as a cheeseburger.  Dice it or strip it to small bites (a little too big for salad) then blend it and the saute' shrooms and/or onions and mix in the cheese blend in.

The powdered cheese FLAVORANT from a box of mac'n'cheese will usually taste better on a burger than any kind of americanized "swit" cheese.


Ignoring the fact that I know that 'Swiss' cheese is a misnomer.  What if I like the way domestic 'Swiss' tastes?  What if I was talking about Emmental? I didn't really think I'd get such a bite on that one, but damn if Fark doesn't disappoint for pompous knowitalls.
 
2013-06-15 08:33:25 AM
And did he say he paid $10 for a hamburger?  at a fast food place?
 
2013-06-15 08:44:30 AM

hideous: And did he say he paid $10 for a hamburger?  at a fast food place?


Sounds like a Big Mac just outside Disney...
 
2013-06-15 08:56:33 AM
This thread need far more complaining about videos being shot horizontal.
 
2013-06-15 09:19:58 AM
 
2013-06-15 09:26:53 AM
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Approves
 
2013-06-15 09:54:43 AM
"aannd dennn??"
 
2013-06-15 10:23:42 AM
He doubled the asshat quotient when he said "I want a refund, and I want it fast".

/unless he's experienced delay tactics from them before
 
2013-06-15 10:53:06 AM
I can undersand the frustration since i'm allergic to hamburgers.
I need a cheese burger.

/I heard a five year old sell that line at the drive through.
/it damn near killed the lady.
 
2013-06-15 11:25:24 AM

Bathia_Mapes: Seems appropriate for this thread:

[after receiving the wrong order at the drive-thru]

Leo Getz: They F*CK YOU at the drive-thru, okay? They F*CK YOU at the drive-thru! They know you're gonna be miles away before you find out you got f*cked! They know you're not gonna turn around and go back, they don't care. So who gets f*cked? Ol' Leo Getz! Okay, sure! I don't give a f*ck! I'm not eating this tuna, okay?


Okay
 
2013-06-15 01:03:53 PM

lewismarktwo: prjindigo: lewismarktwo: Aged Swiss is the best cheese for bacon burgers. FACT.

rehydrated asiago and parmigano are better and by far "swiss" is the worst, it is literally the "pop" of cheeses...
only a retard calls any cheese "swiss": http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Swiss_cheeses , four hundred and fifty varieties of "swiss" cheeses and not a damned one of them available without import.

You're just buying american cheese with added crap and bubbles when you make burgers.

If you want an awesome burger, cream some Bergkäse and Roquefort till thick then drizzle it in with the pieces of undercooked bacon.
Never serve whole lengths of bacon or ANY bacon that comes apart in a crunchy way.  If you want flavor, simply use 2:1 ground beef to ground pork and serve it as a cheeseburger.  Dice it or strip it to small bites (a little too big for salad) then blend it and the saute' shrooms and/or onions and mix in the cheese blend in.

The powdered cheese FLAVORANT from a box of mac'n'cheese will usually taste better on a burger than any kind of americanized "swit" cheese.

Ignoring the fact that I know that 'Swiss' cheese is a misnomer.  What if I like the way domestic 'Swiss' tastes?


Then according to the Fark Foodie Brigade...
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...YOU HAVE NO HONOR!
 
2013-06-15 01:29:46 PM
once saw a grown man lose his mind over a farked up MacDonalds order. i laughed so hard i passed a bit of sandwich through my nose. hurt like hell.
 
2013-06-15 02:35:26 PM
I'm willing to bet that this guy got his order perfectly right, and is inventing a problem because he doesn't want to have to actually PAY for his food.

I've seen it happen. Food materials are the LOWEST expensive for these places, so the employees are told to humor the thieves to avoid lawsuits. For example, the lawsuit for the fully justified act of knocking this f*cker's teeth so far down his throat, he'll need to sit on his precious burger to chew it.
 
2013-06-15 03:19:05 PM
 
2013-06-15 03:20:07 PM

Bathia_Mapes: If they've screwed up his order the last three times he's been there maybe, just maybe he should go elsewhere. Or perhaps he should go inside instead of using the drive-thru. He'd have a better chance of his order being made right then.


Or he could act like an adult and pretend that mistakes happen, stay calm, and ask for a change in his order.
But, you're right. He's a douche nozzle.
 
2013-06-15 04:06:20 PM
Having worked retail forever I understand that customer who at first goes off as I've always told my employees to keep in mind you never know what happen with the customer before he/she came in the store. but this fool just went overboard.

I had a customer go off on an employee then I came out and he proceed to curse me out calling everyone that works there total fark ups and we are just a bunch of $#%^ @%*& farkers and so on. I asked to see his receipt as he continued to berate us. I looked at him and told "Sir I'll be happy to take care of your problem but you didn't get any of your work done here" of course he doesn't believe me and takes the receipt and thinks for a second and to his credit he then goes "well I guess I'm just the stupid fark" and so on.

We had a good laugh and we took care of his issue.  It is quite rare when you point out where the customer 100% wrong and they accept their screw up. Usually we would get "well normally I only shop here so you need to take care of this for me."
 
2013-06-15 04:12:58 PM
No Pepsi, Coke!
 
2013-06-15 04:35:35 PM

chewielouie: And it's a Wendy's why am I not surprised. There was one close to home that would always, ALWAYS, get my order wrong. It got to the point that I double-checked my order every time the bag was handed to me. I couldn't believe how many times they screwed things up. Finally, one time I forgot to check and didn't discover the mistake until I got home. I nearly lost it. Went back to the Wendy's, calmly and politely asked them to correct my order, and then let loose on them about their incompetence. The original order that they said I could keep, went sailing into the store via the drive thru window. Never went back again. Actually, haven't been to a Wendy's in a looong time. Damn, it went downhill when they changed their buns and their fries.


I swear to god Wendy's employees see "no mayo" and double out of spite because they hate their jobs. Stopped going when I asked them to correct my order for the 3rd or 4th straight time. I don't lose my shiat at people at their job though, they have it bad enough with others who aren't reasonable human beings that can settle things without hollering.

/Yes, I work in customer service.
 
2013-06-15 05:34:19 PM

RoyBatty: So what kind of cheese actually takes good on a hamburger?

I wouldn't have gone apeshiat like that, but cheeseburgers usually suck. What fastfood like cheeseburger most approaches a what people think about when they think about the taste of a delicious cheeseburger?


HUH?

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2013-06-15 07:17:14 PM
I always make sure that the person taking the order repeats back to me that there is no cheese and no mayo. Considering half the employees are high when they are working or don't speak English very well, you really need to make sure they understand completely what you are asking for.
 
2013-06-15 11:27:47 PM

Bathia_Mapes: Seems appropriate for this thread:

[after receiving the wrong order at the drive-thru]

Leo Getz: They F*CK YOU at the drive-thru, okay? They F*CK YOU at the drive-thru! They know you're gonna be miles away before you find out you got f*cked! They know you're not gonna turn around and go back, they don't care. So who gets f*cked? Ol' Leo Getz! Okay, sure! I don't give a f*ck! I'm not eating this tuna, okay?


cdn-i.dmdentertainment.com
 
2013-06-16 02:08:20 AM

Saborlas: I'm willing to bet that this guy got his order perfectly right, and is inventing a problem because he doesn't want to have to actually PAY for his food.

I've seen it happen. Food materials are the LOWEST expensive for these places, so the employees are told to humor the thieves to avoid lawsuits. For example, the lawsuit for the fully justified act of knocking this f*cker's teeth so far down his throat, he'll need to sit on his precious burger to chew it.


I'm not sure it's just for lawsuits.  They would have been completely justified in telling him to leave and calling the cops, but at the very least he could have held up the drive thru and if he went in the store he could have disrupted business until the cops got there and hauled him off which might have proven more costly than just writing off his order as a loss.
 
2013-06-16 02:35:06 AM
relevant story time. I used to get the chicken club sandwich at mcdonalds. It comes with chicken, cheese bacon, lettuce, tomato, and mayo. I didn't want the lettuce, tomato, or mayo on my sandwich so I ordered it plain. Leave the drive through, get home, and find a plain chicken sandwich. Oh well, probably just an honest mistake. It happened the next time I went, so I went back in and explained what I wanted, what I actually got, and they fixed it. No big deal. Next time I order one is at a different mcdonalds. Same thing, plain chicken sandwich. I walk back in and the manager asks me whats wrong. I'll just use quotes from here

Me: "I ordered a plain chicken club, and I got a plain chicken sandwich."
Manager: "A plain chicken sandwich is a plain club sandwich."
Me: "No its not. Can I please get my chicken club?"
Manager asks person making the food to remake my sandwich. She hands me a box containing a chicken club, but with everything else on it.
Me: "I want it to be plain, not have all the extra stuff on it."
Manager takes it back, has guy making food make another sandwich, and proceeds to hand me a plain chicken sandwich.
The next 5 minutes were me trying to explain that if i order a cheeseburger plain, I still get the cheese. If i wanted a plain chicken sandwich, i would not have used the word club. She still tried saying a plain club contained no cheese or bacon.

Probably the least exciting story i have ever told, but its relevant, so shut up, you've already read it.
 
2013-06-16 03:39:23 AM

DaintySavage: relevant story time. I used to get the chicken club sandwich at mcdonalds. It comes with chicken, cheese bacon, lettuce, tomato, and mayo. I didn't want the lettuce, tomato, or mayo on my sandwich so I ordered it plain. Leave the drive through, get home, and find a plain chicken sandwich. Oh well, probably just an honest mistake. It happened the next time I went, so I went back in and explained what I wanted, what I actually got, and they fixed it. No big deal. Next time I order one is at a different mcdonalds. Same thing, plain chicken sandwich. I walk back in and the manager asks me whats wrong. I'll just use quotes from here

Me: "I ordered a plain chicken club, and I got a plain chicken sandwich."
Manager: "A plain chicken sandwich is a plain club sandwich."
Me: "No its not. Can I please get my chicken club?"
Manager asks person making the food to remake my sandwich. She hands me a box containing a chicken club, but with everything else on it.
Me: "I want it to be plain, not have all the extra stuff on it."
Manager takes it back, has guy making food make another sandwich, and proceeds to hand me a plain chicken sandwich.
The next 5 minutes were me trying to explain that if i order a cheeseburger plain, I still get the cheese. If i wanted a plain chicken sandwich, i would not have used the word club. She still tried saying a plain club contained no cheese or bacon.

Probably the least exciting story i have ever told, but its relevant, so shut up, you've already read it.


I once got the cheeseburger "plain" with no cheese though, and have never used plain in ordering to this day.  99% of employees likely know that I asked for the cheeseburger and not the hamburger because duh, I didn't merely want to pay 10 cents more, but actually wanted the cheese.  But why risk it? So I tell them exactly what I don't want, and then see "plain" show up on the screen, and then get exactly what I want :D.

I remember as a kid McDonald's wouldn't even do "no sauce" at a lot of locations, so my parents always had to go to both Burger King and McDonald's to satisfy my dislike of mustard and mayo.
 
2013-06-16 07:55:06 AM

DaintySavage: relevant story time. I used to get the chicken club sandwich at mcdonalds. It comes with chicken, cheese bacon, lettuce, tomato, and mayo. I didn't want the lettuce, tomato, or mayo on my sandwich so I ordered it plain. Leave the drive through, get home, and find a plain chicken sandwich. Oh well, probably just an honest mistake. It happened the next time I went, so I went back in and explained what I wanted, what I actually got, and they fixed it. No big deal. Next time I order one is at a different mcdonalds. Same thing, plain chicken sandwich. I walk back in and the manager asks me whats wrong. I'll just use quotes from here

Me: "I ordered a plain chicken club, and I got a plain chicken sandwich."
Manager: "A plain chicken sandwich is a plain club sandwich."
Me: "No its not. Can I please get my chicken club?"
Manager asks person making the food to remake my sandwich. She hands me a box containing a chicken club, but with everything else on it.
Me: "I want it to be plain, not have all the extra stuff on it."
Manager takes it back, has guy making food make another sandwich, and proceeds to hand me a plain chicken sandwich.
The next 5 minutes were me trying to explain that if i order a cheeseburger plain, I still get the cheese. If i wanted a plain chicken sandwich, i would not have used the word club. She still tried saying a plain club contained no cheese or bacon.

Probably the least exciting story i have ever told, but its relevant, so shut up, you've already read it.


http://whatscookingamerica.net/History/Sandwiches/ClubSandwich.htm

it appears that cheese is not part of a club sandwich and McD's is correct in removing it when you ask for plain.  A plain club would contain the mayo, bacon, lettuce and tomato without the cheese
 
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