I went to McDonald's today and got a Filet-O-Fish combo with a bacon cheeseburger on the side. I was eating it in my vehicle in the parking lot and listening to an audiobook when I glanced up and saw the McDonald's worker I ordered outside having a cigarette.
She waved at me and I nodded and had to wait 7 minutes before she went back inside and I could eat in comfort again. I don't think that employees should be bothering or even trying to socialize with customers outside of the McDonald's restaurant or drive through, but that is another story.
I went to McDonald's for dinner tonight and got a McChicken combo with a bacon cheeseburger on the side. As I was driving to the second window the same girl was still working. She was acting somewhat obsequious and attempting small talk when she asked, 'why don't you come eat inside instead of in the parking lot where it is cold'.
That really bothered me for many reasons. First of all, I don't want my routine or actions to be tracked by a fast food employee. Secondly, she should not try to tell me how I should live my life. I do not want to eat inside because I find it less comfortable and would much rather be inside my vehicle listening to an audiobook and enjoying myself and my privacy.
Overall, I think it was very unprofessional to bring this up. I should have a clean slate with each drive through visit, not have to get the third degree because I committed some sort of faux pas. Which I don't think I did, because I often see people eating in fast food parking lots. How does she know I am not busy going to work or somewhere in a rush?
How do you feel about eating in your vehicle in the parking lot of a fast food restaurant versus eating inside the restaurant?
>pic related The McDonalds I frequent in my hometown.
>>574825409 You have no expectation of privacy when you're in a public place. That includes being in a vehicle.
If you want privacy, go home and eat there. Expecting people not to notice you when you're sitting in plain sight is completely unreasonable.
I value my privacy myself. I refuse to have a facebook/twitter/myspace or whatever the flavour of the month social site is. I encrypt all my emails with PGP, I have masking tape over my laptop camera and I use DuckDuckGo instead of Google for search. So I'm also very privacy conscious.
But I live each day on the assumption that if I'm outside my house, I'm on a camera somewhere and I'm being tracked and monitored by something. There's nothing I can do about that. So if I want privacy, I stay in my house.
The problem with those like you who want privacy unreasonably in public places is that it's caused a general distrust of photographers. I rarely take photos in populated places any more because I've been harassed too often - by people like you who think privacy applies in public.
So if being in the public eye bothers you, go home. It's the only place that is truly yours.
>>574825409 OP. What the actual fuck is wrong with you? that girl was just trying to be nice to you, you fat ignorant fuck. I bet yourland whale hambeast fat globlard ass doesn't wanna get outta the car because you'll have to catch your breath walking inside. Who the fuck has time to bitch about what the girl at McDonalds said to you on a fucking anonymous image board? Are you medicated for all the anxiety you have? God damn anon if I knew who you where I would devote myself to ruining your life. You are what give us Americans a bad name you stupid cunt
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