"We are all of us living in the gutter, but some of us are looking at the stars." ~Oscar Wilde
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November 29, 2007

Burgers Galore!

Gah, I've become addicted to this casual game called Burger Shop. Basically, you have to put together people's fast food orders before they get annoyed and leave. But, because it's one of those fast arcade games where you have to click furiously, I think I'm going to give myself carpal tunnel!

And, speaking of hamburgers, everybody who grumbles about McDonald's being the ultimate evil in the fast food industry can bite me. McDonald's is decadent awesomeness compared to the grease-laden double cheeseburger I just had at Burger King. Seriously. When I pulled it out of its wrapper, it was this sad little thing that sagged from both ends when I picked it up in the middle. And, when I inspected the bun, you could see where the grease had soaked into the bun. Blech! ...And I still ate it. If I'm dead tomorrow, you can blame it on Burger King. Oh, well, the shake was good.


CarmenSinCity said...

I like Wendys burgers, McDonalds fries, and Burger King has great chicken sandwiches. Thanks for checking out my blog. I'll add you to my links when I have a chance!

Why did you leave Vegas? I love it here!

Berryvox said...

Ooh, I forgot about BK's chicken sandwiches. They are good.

I was going to UNLV at the time. When I decided to drop out, I came back to Minneapolis. But I really loved Vegas. The weather was great, the desert was gorgeous, and something's always open.

alyceclover said...

I was at Burger King the other day, and checked my watch. First person in line. Only person in line, actually. Guy was running a report. No problem. I wait. Order finally taken, I start my usual walk in the past when Fast Food restaurants were fast.

In real life, when I waitressed I would have the orders out faster than fast food places do now-a-days. Online, I would lose at the game~never mastered speed and still learning to get anywhere at Ms. Pacman.