Would you queue for McDonalds?

Landsurfer

The Road Goes On Forever.
Location
Rotherham
Baffles me ... we had Friday night default dinner for me, Julie and the 4 children ... Oven Potato Wedges, Chicken Goujon, Fresh Salad .....
Or " The Colonel's Chicken Salad Box Meal for 6" .... only ours was a quarter of the price ... with 0 queue ...:laugh:
 

Beebo

Firm and Fruity
Location
Hexleybeef
There is currently a queue of around 40 cars at a nearby KFC drive-thru, with a wait of up to an hour to be served the colonel's special recipe according to a local FB page.

You pays your money, etc, etc...
Same here and I don’t understand why when Morley’s are just the same as KFC but with no queue.
 

byegad

Legendary Member
Location
NE England
My ex-wife and her other half used to take my Boys to the great triumvirate of McD, KFC and Pizza Hut. When they were with us and out for the day they'd pester us to go to one of the three. One day while out with them we went into a Bistro, which was part of a large hotel. At the end of the meal, which they thoroughly enjoyed, my elder son looked at the bill. I'll never forget what he said..... 'That was so much better than McD's, we got more and look, it was less than we paid at Mc Donald's last time mam took us.
 

JPBoothy

Über Member
Location
Cheshire
Baffles me ... we had Friday night default dinner for me, Julie and the 4 children ... Oven Potato Wedges, Chicken Goujon, Fresh Salad .....
Or " The Colonel's Chicken Salad Box Meal for 6" .... only ours was a quarter of the price ... with 0 queue ...:laugh:
Probably the same mentality that kids have when they beg you for a Chocolate bar from a vending machine when you can get it for a third of the price from a supermarket.
 

Gunk

Über Member
Location
Oxford
Probably the same mentality that kids have when they beg you for a Chocolate bar from a vending machine when you can get it for a third of the price from a supermarket.
Or paying a fiver a pint and sitting in a noisy overcrowded pub garden listening to load of yobs swearing when you could sit in your garden at home drinking a very pleasant glass of Hobgoblin which cost £1.25 from Aldi.
 

Slick

Veteran
Or paying a fiver a pint and sitting in a noisy overcrowded pub garden listening to load of yobs swearing when you could sit in your garden at home drinking a very pleasant glass of Hobgoblin which cost £1.25 from Aldi.
How much would you pay right now for a safe pint in the pub?
 

Paulus

Started young, and still going.
Location
Barnet,
Or paying a fiver a pint and sitting in a noisy overcrowded pub garden listening to load of yobs swearing when you could sit in your garden at home drinking a very pleasant glass of Hobgoblin which cost £1.25 from Aldi.
I poured it a bit too quickly.
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