...and three large fries with no salt, but then add the salt again.
Um. Sorry, sir. Do you want salt or not?
No, not salt at first. Then, after you make them, add some salt like normal.
I don't understand.
It's really quite simple.
I am trying to trick you into making fresh fries.
You see, you'll have to make fresh fries because I asked for no salt.
However, I actually do want salt. Hence, the re-adding of the salt.
If you were competent, and could simply refrain from serving cold fries, this could *all* be avoided.
$8.09 at the second window.
DUDE inspects his fries.
Aw, man, they're all wet again.
Drive Through Sep 9, 2010
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When I was an almost-manager at Wendy's, a lot of my people would take the old fries and re-dip them in the fryer oil, thus stripping the salt from them and giving the illusion of freshness.
:gag: Oh gods, the horror of spit-laced fries! :O This is why I'm painstakingly nice to Drive-Thru people. I've been one before but, despite the frustration, I have never even been tempted to defile someone's food. Blech! >:P