A jr whopper.
>2 McDoubles, no cheese
>McChicken, no lettuce
This is factoring in sales tax in my state which would give me a total cost of $4.35, unless they jacked the prices. If they did then It would just be a large coke and 2 McDoubles with no cheese.
How much does a McDouble cost where you live?
It costs about 1.20 where I live.
Do you think this is a fucking game or something? Seriously get the fuck out and think about the cold hard reality of shit you just smeared allover your shoes.
>tfw texted mom if should could bring me mcdonalds
>tfw she probably won't
the only thing of worth at mcdicks is
Sweet Tea (not anymore since it isn't a dollar)
With that being said I'd probably say fuck McDonalds and go cop a medium pie for $5.
Walk out the door and go to the supermarket, buy a package of pita bread, a green pepper, alfalfa sprouts, a block of tofu, a tomato, and some dijon mustard, and make myself a couple of juicy, delicious, nutritious, filling veggie wraps that isn't full of e-coli, ammonia, and cow assholes.
No shit retard, everything is more expensive at the airport
$1 - 4 whole wheat pitas
50 cents - one green pepper
50 cents - one roma tomato
$1 alfalfa sprouts
$1 dijon mustard
The dijon might be a little more expensive if you can't find a cheap generic brand, but not much more.
Where the fuck do you shop?
Everywhere I go peppers are anywhere from ~$.80 a piece up to $1.45. A Package of pitas is like $4-5, maybe even more if you get whole wheat because 'muh nutrition', a bag of alfalfa sprouts is $3 maybe $4, I won't argue with the tofu because I've seen tofu anywhere from ~$1.30 to $3, and dijon mustard even if you buy generic-ish is still like $3, tomatoes are usually sold by the pound and it's usually $.98 per pound.
That's anywhere from $12.60 to $17.05.
I hate being on a fucking diet. The urges are so strong
Uh, I live in Canada where food prices are much higher than the US. A package of four small pitas is $1. You used to be able to get 5 or 6 for the same price until recently. Tomatoes can be had for $2 a pound, and a single roma tomato is about a quarter-pound. Green peppers are about $3 a pound (during the winter), so it's true it'll be hard to find one small enough for 50 cents, but even if you're forced to spend a whole dollar, it means you'll have some left over. Or you could get an onion instead. I just bought a bottle of generic dijon mustard yesterday for $1.25, and that's with food prices going through roof here because of the devaluation of the dollar. I don't know how the hell you think that's anywhere close to your estimate. I'm guessing you probably live with your mommy and daddy and don't do much shopping yourself.
Enjoy your beetus, Amerifat.
4 orders of mozzarella sticks and a cup for water (which I will then dump out and fill with soda)
We have a triple cheeseburger for 2euro deal sometimes, so probably 2 triples and small fries
Two McChickens, two McDoubles, and a large soda. At least that's what I could have gotten when I used to go there. $1.25 for the most lazily put together burgers in the world? No thanks, I'd rather go to fast food restaurants with a real dollar menu instead.
>What do you get?
Back into my car, go to 7-Eleven and buy a 12oz can of pineapple-orange juice for $1, two chicken taquitos for $2, and a big fucking Nestle Crunch bar for $1-something.
>tfw the cheapest burger you can get at my McDonald's is $1.60
>big macs are $5.60 alone
>large drinks are almost $3
Fuck Canada desu. Or actually maybe it's good that it's expensive here because otherwise I'd be fat as fuck.
I have a lot of disposable income that I have no real use for, and yes anon.
You really do get very fat if you sit in the computer all day and have lots of cash to buy whatever you want at anytime with little effort.