Should I look? Do I need to look?
I’ll bet she hates vegans too! Isn’t that a “hate crime”?
What the heck is going on in Michigan? There must be something in the water.
There is nothing more painful to me at this stage in my life than to walk down the street and hear footsteps and start thinking about robbery.
Then look around and see somebody White and feel relieved.
— Jesse Jackson
The Color of Suspicion
By Jeffrey Goldberg
Published: June 20, 1999
I know, I know, "special orders don't upset us".
Fast food workers should be armed.
“Burger King customer throws violent fit over unwanted tomatoes”
that might be a little more understandable if it were unwanted onions ...
Considering what BK considers a “tomato”, especially this time of year in the Midwest, I can almost feel her pain.
But after a couple of expletives to myself, I would have just removed that half green, paper thin slice of tasteless crap and moved on.
Need I look?
One would think, but apparently that's not how 'woke' SJWs handle these sorts of things.
Simply removing the unwanted tomato slices from her sandwich, or politely returning her meal for a do-over, wouldn't achieve the same level of emotional catharsis (or YouTube hits) as tossing the place.
Well Burger King Tomatoes are among the worst.
I actually consider the modified hot house grown tomatoes sold today to be trash. That makes up about 99% of them. It is almost impossible to find anything edible.
wendy’s always puts all the fixings on when I say Ketchup ONLY..
Guess what they don’t put on with those fixings?
same store every time (this is small town MN)
manager knows.. I make a point to hold up the drive thru line while they make the correct burger..
I can pick the tater and lettuce off. but I *hate* mayo.
More like a Unimog.
I still like the original, McDonald’s hamburgers (the kind that used be 15-cents), however, they’re not the fastest movers anymore, so I always make it a special order, like “extra pickles”, etc...that way, they have to “cook” a fresh one, or “freshER” one.
The small burgers are easier to handle if you’re driving, using only one hand.
Bad weave day?
Burger King’s tomatoes are pretty disgusting - more pink than red, mushy and flavor-free, but it’s not worth pitching a fit over.
Porsha Monique Tyler
Guess the species?