>>25895604 By not working weekends and prostitutes.
>>25895617 No but I don't do things by the book either. I flip my 10:1 burgers twice and heavily season them. You gotta cook them well done and put a lot of seasoning on them if you want them to taste good though.
I've never violated any safety regulations that I know of. I don't think I even have the opportunity to as I work the grill most of the time. I never get to see who the food is going to anyway so I can't intentionally target someone. That's why you can be rude to the drive thru person and your food will still be prepared normally. No foul.
>>25895642 Yes, I wish machines did replace our jobs.
>>25895672 They're funny but I think the person behind them has to be secretly miserable from boredom that he routinely posts those threads everyday.
>>25895704 I do it because I don't get paid enough to give a fuck. I drop shit on the floor, scrape it up, put it in a container, and put it back out for sale. I cough and wipe my snot covered hands over everything during the winter.
>>25895642 these are everywhere in australia. i lived in a pretty small tourist town, empty for most of the year except a small period over summer. there were like 12 of these kiosks installed at the same time they were rolled out in the city. mcdonalds in the future is going to be 1 guy out the back packing orders into bags and watching over the machines doing all the cooking
>>25895789 If the person handling the grill is competent, they are always ahead of the game in reg meat. Quarter meat is simple, 2 each tray all the time. If somebody orders a double quarter pounder with cheese, you put 2 more quarters down.
>>25895831 Skipped college and took my talents straight to Mickey D's.
>>25895981 Men are faster and more competent. Women are almost always never paying attention so they get behind and cause hold ups.
>>25895985 I don't know. What's your current situation like? If you are pretty well off now and have a job/job experience that can get you a better job, you dodged a bullet. McDonald's full time is no way to live though.
>>25896031 Clear plastic gloves all the time. Blue gloves to grab the raw meat and eggs from the freezer.
>>25895820 >1 guy out the back packing orders into bags and watching over the machines doing all the cooking >implying you even need the guy to pack them The bags will be more expensive but the savings they make in employee wages will make it profitable
cooking is quite dirty and you get burned quite often, its also quite physical, carrying boxes and lifting pans out of the vat and shit
One of the things that makes my mcdonalds job bearable is the qts. The uniform trousers are tight around their arse. also all the girls are chubby from constantly eating mcdonalds but chubby in a good way, big tits, big arse and little bit of a belly. qt tbqh
one time on a 12 hour shift 9 hours in i had an itchy arse and lots of snots in my nose so i went to the toilet, picked my nose and scratched my arsehole and went back to work, though i did wash my hand afterwards the though was still there
>>25896268 good to know There is a guy in my local burger joint who has it in me every time I go there. He applied the wrong order and tried to cheat my by $8, I refused to pay and left. Everytime I go there now, he gives me this fucking look of contempt.
>>25895584 How is the pay at your location? Also do you have to clean up the whole kitchen at the end of the night? I worked shitty chain restaurants like Applebee's as a linecook and doing nights was dreadful because you had to clean the whole kitchen by yourself.
>used to work at McCuck's >bailed on that shit job to go work as a salesperson at an electronics store I think the thing that I enjoy most about my new job is that I'm treated like an actual adult. McDonald's infantalizes the fuck out of it's workers (to be fair, the vast majority of its workers are kids)
>>25897169 >How is the pay at your location? Australia, below average. >Also do you have to clean up the whole kitchen at the end of the night? Yep. At mine we had two in back area and one in front counter. 2 hours before close you disassemble the restaurant and one person goes to wash-up and just washes things for ~1 hour (it takes longer if they're shit). The other back area person makes boigas and cleans the floor/line/grills/whatever. The front counter person runs drive-thru, serves customers, and cleans their shit. Store closes and back area has to clean everything they couldn't before (takes an hour) and so does front counter (takes half an hour)
The last time I ordered something from a fastfood chain was at BurgerKing and it was pretty much disgusting. The oil was already flowing out of the wrapping and the meat was sweating with it. The guy there sure must have done something wrong? Maybe with your expertise you could explain what.
>be 23 year old former NEET >get first job at mcdicks >start getting close to this 8/10 qt as fuck 17 y/o >shes always touching me, tickling me, grabbing my hands and telling me they're soft. Lots of heavy flirting >normie coworkers force me to make a snapchat >after some time chatting 17yo qt sends me nudes (tits, ass shots etc.) >ask for dick pics >i deliver >she sends a pic with the caption "imagine sticking it in my tight pussy" >she has a bf tho
i'd like to get her cornered in the staffroom, feel her tits, suck and lick them for half an hour while trying not to make awkward eye contact before walking out without saying anything and never mentioning it again.
>>25896901 >I could do that blackout drunk. You'd be surprised. I worked as a dishwasher for one day in a moderately busy restaurant before, not even a chain, and that shit is miserable work. It's much too quickly paced to work wasted.
>>25897972 I know he knows about me now. I brought her flowers one day at work and she said he found out and got buttholocausted. He forced her to block me on snapchat but I guilt tripped her a bit and she unblocked me so idklol.
>>25898117 I suppose. Maybe Im misinformed on the amount of business that place did, because Ill tell you man that shit was horrible. Id walk out as fast as possible (again) if they didnt pay me at least $15/hour, and that shit ain't happening as a dishwasher.
>>25895584 what item on the menu has the cheapest cost per g of beef meat? currently my order is 3 mcdoubles only ketchup and i just take the bread off 2 and put the meat in between only 2 slices. is this the best way?
>>25898525 >Do you feel greasy after your shift? Do you feel like your skin has suffered from being in a burger kitchen, or is this just a myth? My pants are straight up covered in nasty grease. I can smell the seasoning and chicken nugget grease even when I'm not at McDonald's.
>Do you take pride in what you cook? Do you ever put out food that you know to be sub-standard? Yes. The reason I flip my burgers, even though you're not supposed to, is to cook them well done and I season them right too. I've ate one of my burgers before and I'm not being bias when I say I could taste the flavor better than any other McDonald's burger I've ate. The seasoning is very good but unfortunately it isn't used enough.
Sometimes the burgers will come up red and still bleeding so you have to flip them too. But I flip the burgers regardless for maximum completion.
>What is the hardest menu item to cook? All are pretty easy but the most difficult to get arranged?
Pies and cookies because they take forever to cook and you have to package them.
Everything in the fryer (nuggets, fries, mcchicken, spicy, etc.) is easy. You just dump it in the fryer and press 2 buttons and let the grease do its magic. The grill is used to cook burgers and grilled chicken. Grilled chicken takes a long time and you have to prepare the grill and season the chicken 2 times.
>What is the biggest pain in the ass job in a McDonald's kitchen? Is it draining grease, or what? Keeping up with the pace when it's very busy and making sure there is always 4 trays of reg meat and 2 trays of quarter meat. Sometimes you will have to cook grilled chicken, cookies, mozzarella sticks, pies, eggs while this is all going on too which is chaotic.
>Do you have any prep to do before you can start cooking, or do you pretty much start your shift by hopping on the grill and building burgers? Wiping off and cleaning the grill, getting my trays ready with tray liners, making sure there are enough boxes of meat in the freezer. /
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