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(MLive.com)   Woman sues McDonald's over foreign object in breakfast burrito. Must have been some real food that was accidentally slipped in there by mistake   (mlive.com) divider line 34
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2014-05-26 08:32:50 AM
Since the incident, the suit says Delph has suffered "constant pain, discomfort, disability, emotional distress, mental anguish and the inability to perform many activities which she was able to perform prior to the accident."

Odd they didn't include "Loss of potential income".
 
2014-05-26 08:34:26 AM
Not gonna lie -- I like those awful things.
 
2014-05-26 08:37:59 AM
Breakfast burritos are tasty. I still prefer egg McMuffins though.
 
2014-05-26 09:29:39 AM
The burgers aren't that great, but their steak and cheese bagel is addictive.
 
2014-05-26 09:40:13 AM
Sonic breakfast burritos make McDonald's weap.
 
2014-05-26 09:40:35 AM

I_Am_Weasel: Since the incident, the suit says Delph has suffered "constant pain, discomfort, disability, emotional distress, mental anguish and the inability to perform many activities which she was able to perform prior to the accident."

Odd they didn't include "Loss of potential income".


She way of never had a job before. I don't think you can if that's the case.
 
2014-05-26 09:41:53 AM
I cannot imagine a worse legal job than being in-house counsel for McDonald's.  The tort and employment bullshiat those poor bastards must face each day --- constant cases of gross eating stories and breathtakingly incompetent employees.  (shakes head)


csb
   Back in the day I, like many farkers apparently, served on nuclear submarines.  Nuclear subs have rounded hulls, so when they're on the surface, heavy seas make them roll back and forth quite a bit.  We had a training op, and the op required us to be on the surface for an extended amount of time.  Seas were heavy, and so we rolled back and forth.  There being no windows on a sub, this was all very disorienting, and soon the entire crew, save one or two people, was seasick.
   Barfing is a lot like yawning, in that once somebody starts, there's a domino effect.  Somebody barfed, and soon the whole boat smelled like vomit.  The smell?  Regurgitated breakfast burrito.  That's what had been for breakfast.
   Of course, just because you're sick doesn't mean you get off of watch.  Everybody was sick, and we had to man the boat.  The cooks passed out garbage bags to everyone so we'd have a place to barf.  Problem was, the garbage bags were clear.
  So there we were, sick as hell, smelling vomit, surrounded by the sounds of others barfing, and staring at clear bags with chewed eggs, cheese, tortillas, and stomach acid.
   That was twenty years ago.  I still cannot eat a breakfast burrito.
/csb
 
2014-05-26 09:44:15 AM
You mean she had to eat actual real hog? Oh the humanity!
 
2014-05-26 09:44:50 AM
True story, bro: I'm Farking from s McDonalds right now, so I'm getting a kick...

/hungover; have gift card
 
2014-05-26 09:45:57 AM

Gunboat: I cannot imagine a worse legal job than being in-house counsel for McDonald's.  The tort and employment bullshiat those poor bastards must face each day --- constant cases of gross eating stories and breathtakingly incompetent employees.  (shakes head)


csb
   Back in the day I, like many farkers apparently, served on nuclear submarines.  Nuclear subs have rounded hulls, so when they're on the surface, heavy seas make them roll back and forth quite a bit.  We had a training op, and the op required us to be on the surface for an extended amount of time.  Seas were heavy, and so we rolled back and forth.  There being no windows on a sub, this was all very disorienting, and soon the entire crew, save one or two people, was seasick.
   Barfing is a lot like yawning, in that once somebody starts, there's a domino effect.  Somebody barfed, and soon the whole boat smelled like vomit.  The smell?  Regurgitated breakfast burrito.  That's what had been for breakfast.
   Of course, just because you're sick doesn't mean you get off of watch.  Everybody was sick, and we had to man the boat.  The cooks passed out garbage bags to everyone so we'd have a place to barf.  Problem was, the garbage bags were clear.
  So there we were, sick as hell, smelling vomit, surrounded by the sounds of others barfing, and staring at clear bags with chewed eggs, cheese, tortillas, and stomach acid.
   That was twenty years ago.  I still cannot eat a breakfast burrito.
/csb


That made my morning. Thank you kind sir.
 
2014-05-26 09:51:06 AM

Gunboat: I cannot imagine a worse legal job than being in-house counsel for McDonald's.  The tort and employment bullshiat those poor bastards must face each day --- constant cases of gross eating stories and breathtakingly incompetent employees.  (shakes head)


csb
   Back in the day I, like many farkers apparently, served on nuclear submarines.  Nuclear subs have rounded hulls, so when they're on the surface, heavy seas make them roll back and forth quite a bit.  We had a training op, and the op required us to be on the surface for an extended amount of time.  Seas were heavy, and so we rolled back and forth.  There being no windows on a sub, this was all very disorienting, and soon the entire crew, save one or two people, was seasick.
   Barfing is a lot like yawning, in that once somebody starts, there's a domino effect.  Somebody barfed, and soon the whole boat smelled like vomit.  The smell?  Regurgitated breakfast burrito.  That's what had been for breakfast.
   Of course, just because you're sick doesn't mean you get off of watch.  Everybody was sick, and we had to man the boat.  The cooks passed out garbage bags to everyone so we'd have a place to barf.  Problem was, the garbage bags were clear.
  So there we were, sick as hell, smelling vomit, surrounded by the sounds of others barfing, and staring at clear bags with chewed eggs, cheese, tortillas, and stomach acid.
   That was twenty years ago.  I still cannot eat a breakfast burrito.
/csb


mmmmmmmmm breakfast burritos *drool*
 
2014-05-26 09:53:46 AM
I can see finding and undocumented object in a breakfast burrito, but "foreign" sounds too judgmental.
 
2014-05-26 10:08:27 AM

Gunboat: clear bags with chewed eggs, cheese, tortillas, and stomach acid.


At least you were able to save some for later.
 
2014-05-26 10:09:22 AM

I_Am_Weasel: Since the incident, the suit says Delph has suffered "constant pain, discomfort, disability, emotional distress, mental anguish and the inability to perform many activities which she was able to perform prior to the accident."

Odd they didn't include "Loss of potential income".


Was it a farking hand grenade?
 
2014-05-26 10:11:17 AM
I love to hear when McD's is sued. Wished I could sue them.
 
2014-05-26 10:38:12 AM

DrSansabeltNoShiatSlacks: I love to hear when McD's is sued. Wished I could sue them.


What's stopping you?

You can sue anybody, for anything, at any time.  Hell, you can even sue a ham sandwich if you want to.
 
2014-05-26 10:52:14 AM
Foreign? Was it the Taco Bell Chihuahua?
 
2014-05-26 10:57:28 AM

Gunboat: I cannot imagine a worse legal job than being in-house counsel for McDonald's.  The tort and employment bullshiat those poor bastards must face each day --- constant cases of gross eating stories and breathtakingly incompetent employees.  (shakes head)


csb
   Back in the day I, like many farkers apparently, served on nuclear submarines.  Nuclear subs have rounded hulls, so when they're on the surface, heavy seas make them roll back and forth quite a bit.  We had a training op, and the op required us to be on the surface for an extended amount of time.  Seas were heavy, and so we rolled back and forth.  There being no windows on a sub, this was all very disorienting, and soon the entire crew, save one or two people, was seasick.
   Barfing is a lot like yawning, in that once somebody starts, there's a domino effect.  Somebody barfed, and soon the whole boat smelled like vomit.  The smell?  Regurgitated breakfast burrito.  That's what had been for breakfast.
   Of course, just because you're sick doesn't mean you get off of watch.  Everybody was sick, and we had to man the boat.  The cooks passed out garbage bags to everyone so we'd have a place to barf.  Problem was, the garbage bags were clear.
  So there we were, sick as hell, smelling vomit, surrounded by the sounds of others barfing, and staring at clear bags with chewed eggs, cheese, tortillas, and stomach acid.
   That was twenty years ago.  I still cannot eat a breakfast burrito.
/csb


Not quite as epic, but I was on a backpacking trip in the Waimanu Valley, Hawaii.  At one point we had to go through a ginormous mango grove.  It was probably a quite nice place to be about a week before that.  At this point it what seemed like acres and acres of rotting fermenting mangoes.  They were my favorite fruit up to that point, but I haven't been able to eat one since then (about 15 years ago) and have only been able to stomach mango flavored ice cream this year.
 
2014-05-26 11:02:57 AM

AllYourFarkAreBelongToMe: DrSansabeltNoShiatSlacks: I love to hear when McD's is sued. Wished I could sue them.

What's stopping you?

You can sue anybody, for anything, at any time.  Hell, you can even sue a ham sandwich if you want to.


No, no, ham sandwiches get indicted.
 
2014-05-26 11:09:18 AM

FirstNationalBastard: AllYourFarkAreBelongToMe: DrSansabeltNoShiatSlacks: I love to hear when McD's is sued. Wished I could sue them.

What's stopping you?

You can sue anybody, for anything, at any time.  Hell, you can even sue a ham sandwich if you want to.

No, no, ham sandwiches get indicted.


I've heard of someone suing on behalf of a tree.

In this nutty world...expect anything at any time.  Good for the lulz.
 
2014-05-26 11:23:24 AM

Gunboat: I cannot imagine a worse legal job than being in-house counsel for McDonald's.  The tort and employment bullshiat those poor bastards must face each day --- constant cases of gross eating stories and breathtakingly incompetent employees.  (shakes head)


csb
   Back in the day I, like many farkers apparently, served on nuclear submarines.  Nuclear subs have rounded hulls, so when they're on the surface, heavy seas make them roll back and forth quite a bit.  We had a training op, and the op required us to be on the surface for an extended amount of time.  Seas were heavy, and so we rolled back and forth.  There being no windows on a sub, this was all very disorienting, and soon the entire crew, save one or two people, was seasick.
   Barfing is a lot like yawning, in that once somebody starts, there's a domino effect.  Somebody barfed, and soon the whole boat smelled like vomit.  The smell?  Regurgitated breakfast burrito.  That's what had been for breakfast.
   Of course, just because you're sick doesn't mean you get off of watch.  Everybody was sick, and we had to man the boat.  The cooks passed out garbage bags to everyone so we'd have a place to barf.  Problem was, the garbage bags were clear.
  So there we were, sick as hell, smelling vomit, surrounded by the sounds of others barfing, and staring at clear bags with chewed eggs, cheese, tortillas, and stomach acid.
   That was twenty years ago.  I still cannot eat a breakfast burrito.
/csb


oh my god I wish I could give that 10 funnys
 
2014-05-26 11:25:43 AM

Gunboat: I cannot imagine a worse legal job than being in-house counsel for McDonald's.  The tort and employment bullshiat those poor bastards must face each day --- constant cases of gross eating stories and breathtakingly incompetent employees.  (shakes head)


csb
   Back in the day I, like many farkers apparently, served on nuclear submarines.  Nuclear subs have rounded hulls, so when they're on the surface, heavy seas make them roll back and forth quite a bit.  We had a training op, and the op required us to be on the surface for an extended amount of time.  Seas were heavy, and so we rolled back and forth.  There being no windows on a sub, this was all very disorienting, and soon the entire crew, save one or two people, was seasick.
   Barfing is a lot like yawning, in that once somebody starts, there's a domino effect.  Somebody barfed, and soon the whole boat smelled like vomit.  The smell?  Regurgitated breakfast burrito.  That's what had been for breakfast.
   Of course, just because you're sick doesn't mean you get off of watch.  Everybody was sick, and we had to man the boat.  The cooks passed out garbage bags to everyone so we'd have a place to barf.  Problem was, the garbage bags were clear.
  So there we were, sick as hell, smelling vomit, surrounded by the sounds of others barfing, and staring at clear bags with chewed eggs, cheese, tortillas, and stomach acid.
   That was twenty years ago.  I still cannot eat a breakfast burrito.
/csb


A++++. Would read again
 
2014-05-26 11:41:33 AM
Susan Delph

You'd think she'd've seen this coming.
 
2014-05-26 11:55:12 AM
I think by now people who eat there must just assume a 5-10% chance of getting a finger or a rock of crack cocaine in whatever they order, and if so then payday!
 
2014-05-26 12:05:48 PM
Brother-in-law found hairpin inside a sausage patty. We just left.
 
2014-05-26 12:32:07 PM
Those bastards, they've begun using the ground up disinterred remains of Stella Liebeck!
 
2014-05-26 12:36:15 PM
dear god, another fast food, quick food thread, yes, we all think they suck. but look at the bottom line. a lot of you are eating there.
 
2014-05-26 12:40:09 PM

great_tigers: Sonic breakfast burritos make McDonald's weap.


what is a weap ??
 
2014-05-26 12:48:24 PM

I_Am_Weasel: Since the incident, the suit says Delph has suffered "constant pain, discomfort, disability, emotional distress, mental anguish and the inability to perform many activities which she was able to perform prior to the accident."

Odd they didn't include "Loss of potential income".


You think someone who sues for that would ever work for a living? I have not even read the article yet, and I am just assuming she is a sponge.
 
2014-05-26 02:26:38 PM

I_Am_Weasel: Since the incident, the suit says Delph has suffered "constant pain, discomfort, disability, emotional distress, mental anguish and the inability to perform many activities which she was able to perform prior to the accident."

Odd they didn't include "Loss of potential income".


Suprised her significant other isn't suing because she can't perform her "duties"
 
2014-05-26 04:52:41 PM
Lemme guess, she's a prostitute and the jaw pain keeps her from sucking cawk? What other possible disability could it be?
 
2014-05-26 09:47:02 PM

Madaynun: I_Am_Weasel: Since the incident, the suit says Delph has suffered "constant pain, discomfort, disability, emotional distress, mental anguish and the inability to perform many activities which she was able to perform prior to the accident."

Odd they didn't include "Loss of potential income".

Suprised her significant other isn't suing because she can't perform her "duties"


Well.  Someone picked up on it.

Sometimes I'm far too cryptic.
 
2014-05-27 12:11:10 PM
dikkcor28:  At this point it what seemed like acres and acres of rotting fermenting mangoes.  They were my favorite fruit up to that point, but I haven't been able to eat one since then (about 15 years ago) and have only been able to stomach mango flavored ice cream this year.

Mangoes are horrible. They always taste like Windex to me.
 
2014-05-27 12:12:35 PM

WTP 2: great_tigers: Sonic breakfast burritos make McDonald's weap.

what is a weap ??


Shorthand for weapon. Useful for those McDonald's in bad neighborhoods.
 
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