Wednesday, December 10, 2008


Seen while driving: A mound of tin foil with a piece of pizza perched atop.
On the back shelf area of the car.
There was no one in the backseat who could reach said pizza.
The driver of the car, actually the ONLY passenger, had on a head scarf tied in such a way that I thought she had a small hatchet sticking out of the front of her head.
Um, yeah.

Also, on a side note, I went through the McDonald's drive through for lunch and when I got back to my desk discovered they had only given me a 1/4 pounder but had charged me for the double 1/4 pounder I'd ordered, which it stated on the slip they'd attached to the burger container. It's cold, and I didn't want to get back in the car and go, literally across the street, to get the burger I'd paid for. So my question is, how often does this happen? And how much money do you think McDonald's makes because people just don't want the hassle of having to go back and get the right thing?????


Anonymous said...

Perhaps next time they will accidentally give you a warm apple pie for free.

That's my theory on taco bell. They might short you a taco one time, but next time you get a gordita you didn't order.

It evens itself out without needing your interference. It's the karma of the universe.

Anonymous said...

I'm pretty sure the reason fast food, supermarket, and Walgreens workers are so surly is to discourage customers from complaining. It works on me.