getting deli meats is the only thing i have to get when i go grocery shopping because my parents insist on buying the like $1.99 package of ham that you open up and it smells like ham and every slice is soaking wet and theres a puddle of ham water in the package and in general it tastes like rubber ham.
I dont really get burgers from fast food restaurants, i typically go with chicken. There are some gourmet burger places in town that are pretty good tho.
e: tfw pb&j is a snack to you but its all ive eaten the past 3 days
people joke about liquid poops but honestly i have never gotten them from fast food. It softens them up but they arent liquid just kind of like play-doh
i get full on liquid explosion from drinking too much, and coffee sometimes, but thats really it.
But maybe i dont eat enough fast food/eat the right kinds. I typically stick to pizza hut or a place called Ginos pizza because those are the only ones near me (and pizza hut delivers). I'll sometimes bus to Burger King because the buses line up to get me back home, but thats a pretty rare instance because of the heat
I haven't experienced the legendary Liquid Poo either, but from what I imagine it's pretty unpleasant. As far as fast food goes, I eat it maybe once or twice a week. My main source of nutrition is probably from the school cafeteria.
fast food is gorgeous to the taste buds, I mean if you eat it frequently of course you'll get diarrhea/diabeetus lmao. but I don't see how even the healthiest person in the world could turn down even a small thing of french fries, like are you crazy
I usually have fast food once every month, when I hang out with my girlfriend or when I need to go to the dentist. As for liquid poo, it doesn't happen on me due to fast food - most times it's because I drink too much varied stuff in a day (water, milk, tea, soda...).
Never experienced liquid poo either lol. I usually only have fast food occasionally, but now I'm trying not to eat too much to lose some weight. Drinking is a different story altogether, as I drink a lot of water everyday (and any other drinks if I think they are tasty with the exception of sparkling water).
They've been trying to change their image into some sort of "cafe" thing and they've raised their prices to match without improving their food.
I honestly thought the whole resturant look was done to make people feel less guilty about eating at McDonalds, but I guess I shouldn't be suprised that they're rasing prices.
I've only been there once recently and it was mainly just because I wanted food without putting much thought into it and out of curiostity. It's okay. But really all fast food sits at a "it'll do i guess" level for me.
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I honestly thought the whole resturant look was done to make people feel less guilty about eating at McDonalds[.]
It's to draw in the Starbucks crowd. Coupled with the free wifi, they're trying to make their restaurants feel cozy to attract people who would bring a laptop or something and stay for a while and buy food occasionally.
Definitely not price though. They've been trying to change their image into some sort of "cafe" thing and they've raised their prices to match without improving their food.
They're still probably the cheapest for what they offer, at least over here. And honestly, I wouldn't want it any cheaper than that, anyways, because at that point, you're clearly compromising quality (which I guess especially in America McDonald's is already doing, anyways).
Not to mention that it's already quite humiliating that you can get meat for such a low price in the first place. It's like, "a piece of a dead animal for 5 bucks? Nah, that's too expensive". We're really kinda spoiled in that regard. I don't mind paying around 8 to 10€ for the burgers at a fast food restaurant we eat in occasionally. They not only have some of the best burgers I know, but 10€ also really aren't all that much when you consider what exactly you're eating there. I mean, 10€ are still nothing compared to the value of life, of course, but I guess I still feel slightly "better" when the meat I eat costs more money, even though that's rather stupid and probably hypocritical.