Monday, January 24, 2011

Dinner at the drive thru

This happened to me today on the way home from the city. 
I pulled into the drive up and asked the girl in the speaker box for a hamburger wrap. "Sorry, we don't have a hamburger wrap." "Ok, do you have a steak wrap?" "No, we only have a chicken wrap or an Angus wrap." "aaaah, ok, I'll have an Angus wrap."

16 comments:

  1. I swear I will never complain about my kids again. LOL.

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  2. And when she gets a little older, she will breed. Scary huh.

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  3. And with this budget crises education is going to get worse!

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  4. Celia: You lost me there?
    A Patti: It is scary isn't it.
    Grannymar: Poor Angus indeed.
    Tabor: The mismanagement of education funds, especially here in California, is untenable.

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  5. I hope Angus was tasty. I believe they fed him well - porridge, haggis and oatcakes mainly.

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  6. Nick: Angus was not great, fast food, ugh.

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  7. I meant after hearing about that girl I am happy she's not one of mine my darlings are annoying at times but not dense. You can email me at cecibean@charter.net.

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  8. Celia, Thanks for the explanation. I've sent an email to you.

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  9. The Angus wrap probably costs twice as much as a hamburger wrap.

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  10. Wow, that Angus travels fast. Last time I saw him he was in a field near English Towers!

    Silly girl...

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  11. This person is working. This person is not on the street at the moment. This person is probably not going to need welfare. This person may or may not go on to college but will always be a hero because she was willing to do a low paying job so that we don't have to get out of our cars to get a snack. It is not a sign of intelligence, diligence or character to know that Angus is beef. It was a cute story and I smiled, but I think we should give her and the education system a break.

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  12. Marci: I believe it's the same price...
    English M: He does seem to get around doesn't he?
    Lonely: Life is short, and laughter is good for me.
    Not too seriously, my thought was that her employer should inform his staff what they are selling.

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  13. Agreed! These kids work pretty hard for not much money and I am sure she would be embarrassed that she didn't know the product. I once got fired from a Mexican restaurant because I couldn't tell a burrito from a Taco. I had never eaten Mexican food!

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  14. That's pretty good - at least you were presistant. Did you explain to her that hamburger comes from Angus also? Funny!

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  15. Lonely: I worked nights waiting tables in college, met some interesting characters for sure. Got a free meal with my lowly salary,

    Grayquill: Howdy, thanks for coming by. I just let it slide, as I'm fairly sure she was Russian and just had not been told what Angus was.

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