The idiosynchrasies of fast food consumption


#21

My closest Maccy D’s is too far away, but I’d go and buy Grubbs and put it on plates, mainly because I’d be splitting a large chips with my other half so I’d need to put them somewhere and plate is the obvious thing to put food on.


#22
  • Yes I do this
  • Burger and chips from their seperate receptacles
  • Plate wanker
  • Don’t tend to get a boxed item
  • Other

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#23

He also uses one of those little dessert forks with a cutting edge for eating his apple pie.


#24

I don’t eat from this places anymore but what I used to do;

Macdonalds/Burger King if I brought it home (which would be most of the time) would eat it from the box, maybe put boxes/cartons on a tray to catch any salad or whatever that falls out.

KFC or other chicken shop place or kebab shop I would put it on a plate.

Cos I’m on the veggie/vegan spectrum I rarely frequent these places now, maybe i’ll get some chips from there if I’m at a services on a motorway if I want something hot but can’t remember the last time I’ve done this. I occasionally will get a salad Subway and usually will just open it out onto a tray and it off that and let the paper catch all the salad that falls out.


#25

didn’t catch his name but he was unreal at devil sticks


#26

I end up with a McDoanalds 90% of the time because I’ve had too many pints and ordered it for delivery. That way I can have 2 burgers and nuggets on the side and not feel guilty


#27

I’m not sure how anyone is making it home with the McDonalds?
Maybe the burger at a push but the chips are 100% being eaten whilst walking along. Even better if they’re scolding hot from the fryer and you’re burning your mouth but you need the chips!


#28

Apparently when ant goes to KFC he brings a gravy boat in his satchel and puts the gravy from KFC in his gravy boat. Then when he’s finished he wipes it clean with a lemon hand wipe


#29

Has no one ever been to a Wimpy? Last time I went to one they still served their burgers on a plate, with a knife & fork. The civilised way of eating.


#30

McDonalds spicy vegetarian burger without mayo is the vegan go to

plus large fries and a hot apple pie


#31

I mean it reduces waste, tory


#32

Their burgers are for… SQUARES


#33

That is NOT the same thing.
That’s like saying “hi guys has anyone been to a place called gormet burger kitchen?”


#34


#35

Most times I go to maccies it’s because I’ve been sent by my hungover partner. I’ll drive, maybe scoff a couple of chips at a traffic light but that’s about it


#36

People who cut burgers to eat them (not for any accessibility reasons or other health concerns)

  • scum of the earth
  • perfectly fine
  • depends (explain)

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#37

A friend of B’s ordered a Chinese the other night including a portion of spring rolls. She then realised she forgot to order sweet chilli sauce so instead of adding it to the order she drove to McDonalds to buy 2 pots of theirs. Madness.


#38

i have had a mcdonalds delivered to my house

  • yes i have
  • no i haven’t

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nb: by a professional only. your maw bringing you a happy meal doesn’t count.


#39

I did as a student in my old student house, but I’d feel weird doing it on my own / here


#40

One cut, directly in half, for a burger that’s far too big is understandable though I wouldn’t do it myself. Anything else, Nah