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They don't cut my chicken anymore!

Eating a classic Burger King chicken sandwich for the first time in a long time, because I've missed it... despite them almost forgetting the cheese, it turned out okay. But it's all in one piece. In the old days, they used to cut it diagonally across the center to make two pieces. Anyone remember that? Somehow, I think that made it taste better. Maybe my tastes have just changed, but I think something about the chicken patty being cut right there in the kitchen made it juicier and tender...er. Or maybe I just like biting the acute corners. This sandwich has no corners! I could cut it here, but it just wouldn't be the same, you know? Am I the only one that remembers that?

And while I'm posting random thoughts, the original random thought: The Gatorade machine is now out of service, despite still having plenty of drinks in it. Click the tag to go back and see what I'm on about. One of the Starbucks Frappuccinos on the bottom shelf fell over... is that why it's out of order? Or has someone grown some common sense, decided it's a bad business model, and set it to maintenance mode prior to carting the damn thing away? The door doesn't seem to be open, at least. That's one explanation that doesn't work.

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jadestar4
Aug. 26th, 2007 12:11 am (UTC)
I don't remember that....
nidoking
Aug. 26th, 2007 10:34 pm (UTC)
They used to wrap it first, then cut through the paper and the sandwich at the same time. You could unwrap half the sandwich, eat it, then unwrap the other half later!

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