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Why are the burgers so small and limp and disappointing? Why can't they be more like the ones in the ads?
because fuck you thats why, make your own fucking burger then.
crew member here.
got the times down to 110 the other day. ASK ASK TELL IS STUPID. they forget what they ordered 35 seconds ago?
Oldfag here. When I was in my teens/college I ate McDonalds a few times a month. Now if I eat it I feel like garbage within an hour and have liquid shits.
tl;dr don't eat McD's after age 25.
No, he's doing it right. If you want to ensure you aren't getting a burger that's been under a heat lamp for 20 minutes, omit an ingredient from the order. It forces them to make something fresh.
the beef is only a portion part of the burger. if they over make food, that means you get left overs. BUT MY FRIEND, if they have a no musterd cheeseburger left over, that you my friend, regardless of if u want a fresh one, youll get an old one with no mustard. So just ask that you want the meat well done.
McManager taking over. The new sandwiches the Grand Mac and Mac Jr. use the new 6-1 patties, however when getting the Grand Mac as it has two 6-1 patties, you are infact getting one third pound of beef, which is infact more than a single quarter pounder. The meal for that (atleast in my store) is only 50c more than the bigmac, so you're better off getting them.
Condiments are irrelevant, McDonalds builds all their sandwiches to order. Thats different from cooking to order. McDonald's beef patties all have a shelf life of 15 minutes before they're supposed to be thrown out. Everything else has either the same amount of time or more. Grilled chicken can sit for an hour, grilled onions for two.
Can confirm that's not true, at least at my store.
If you want a fresh burger you would want to either ask for it fresh, or ask for no salt on the burger then they have to make new ones. Otherwise, we just don't put mustard on the bun and use old ass patties
It's the sodium fucking you up. Enjoy kidney failure later in life and high blood pressure.
no but if there is a customer that left or didnt have enough money, and then you come in, and ask for something, the grill is gonna make it anyway. but the person getting the food can if they in a hurry, grab an left over no ketchup burger left by x circumstances.
You have to be on four wheels. If they deny you service on four wheels you can sue them. No joke.
Yeah that sucks. I remember one of the McDonalds in my city let us walk up to the drive through drunk as fuck. This was around 2001 though, so maybe the rules were different then
Its a safety security issue for both the employees and the customers. Customers so that they don't get run over because of us, and employees so that they are not in as easy a threat range be it being attacked, or having someone attempt to jump inside and steal the drawer out of the register when it opens.
Depends on the area, some more urban areas will allow it, sub urban and rural will not. People will be people, but sub urban and rurals will typically be more strict / wary of their customers.
op's faggot ass is gone. ex mcd employee here i'll answer all of of this shit.
i got the gig through a friend. i was sellin dope and needed a job.
if i was on grill i'd make maybe a hundred on a busy shift. never counted.
it sucked and the gm was a bitch.
i got fired from another gig for not showing up.
never ate there. i'm sure it's better than mcd.
the location i was at couldn't do open sale or retail like that. i see this guy though >>720068506
best off dead
mcd ingredients are incapable because of quality
a white guy
royal with cheese and they put mayo on fries.
I can't wait for the day robots take over the role of these shit tier jobs so we don't have to argue over ghetto techniques to get fresh food because the burnouts can't follow simple rules and have no decency. Fucking faggots.
Not if they pull a gun. If any seedy charcter is going to do something, 9 times out of 10 it will be a robbery and you best believe they're using a gun. You're fucked either way.
I mean if shit goes wrong. Like you plan on throwing a boiling hot cup of coffee back into the drive-thru.
They'll just look at your plates.
With just a person? There's nothing that identifies you outside a shot of your face, which will still take some time to find out who you are. When you're in a car you also can't really jump through the drive-thru window as easily as if you were on foot.
To answer two in one go, no, we do not spit in peoples food. It would be to easy to be caught and fired over it since most everything is in view. Besides, you don't have the time to get specific, you have to keep moving if you ever want to get a pause
heat and no photoship
depends on what you're into and who is working.
everything is a rip off except a few single items
burgers are far more popular. people tend to like combo meals they can choose from over ordering single burgers. blacks tend to order a dollar something mcchickens, small fries, etc.
they put the patties on the skillet. they take them out and put them in warmer trays and insert the trays on shelves like drawers. you can never know unless you visibly see the worker back there. you should ask for the hold time on the patties for x burger next time. they putmustard on based on what they are making in tha tmooment. what got run in.
you know those people that say:'' I went through the drive through 2 days ago and I got home and they messed up my order and I called them and they said they would give me the meal back. '' i: ''do you have a receipt'' no i tossed it out. manager comes: ''yea no problem ill fix it up.'' basically free food.
Its not so bad, its a little more frustrating but the meat does look better than it use to.
>blacks tend to order a dollar something mcchickens, small fries, etc.
This. It actually takes longer since they order like, 12 mcchickens, we usually have about 4-8 depending on how busy it is, so you have to wait for them to finish cooking + whatever else is being sold in the mean time.
>they put the patties on the skillet. they take them out and put them in warmer trays and insert the trays on shelves like drawers. you can never know unless you visibly see the worker back there. you should ask for the hold time on the patties for x burger next time. they putmustard on based on what they are making in tha tmooment. what got run in.
Fun facts ; New York Metro region allows its owner/operators the choice to have mustard added on the sandwiches or not. Ours specifically does not.
good idea to bring in more sales and elderly people. annoying to make and order everything.
if you've been to a casual dining restaurant you've eaten fast food. if you haven't been to any restaurant you must eat really clean.
it IS the food's fault. but it is also your organs. research your shit so you can help your shit
age >1. pertaining to mcd? got fired from a previous gig.
don't serve them out of principle/rules and safety. disabled people can get away with it sometimes. bicyclists cannot.
never went for any degree ever
depends on what you want. most popular complaint is how the nuggets are made. i'd not eat anything if you have any doubt about mcd.
couldn't afford it then. i used to cook more at home though.
I went for the long con... I recieved a free coupon for a value meal in the mail. So I then photo copied it, printed it out on laminated paper and then redeemed it over and over for free food. They caught on eventually.
The grilled chicken is fine off the grill, however its so rare people order it and it takes 8 minutes to cook, the longest out of all other food products. So generally they're time abused. If you order a grilled chicken around 11 or whenever they do the change over, you'll get it nice and fresh. If you wait, you're taking a gamble. Overnight? Order something else.
i used to cook on an iron skillet. it was nice and conditioned and everything. loved it.
>It actually takes longer since
>Fun facts ;
never. one of my managers was 41 and when i was learning window (the register counter inside, they call "window" for some reason) and i needed help she would come over and lean her whole side on me in front of customers. i'd get half boners.
To be fair, statistics in corporate analytics actually proved its usually the order taker's fault more often than not.
110 is nice. Good job. Still 20 seconds off the target, so get your shit together and do better faggot. Get back to me when you can get a 1/1
What's the better option? A full sandwich, or a McChicken and a McDouble off the 2 for $2.50 menu?
I still think the switch of the Mcdouble from $1 to $1.59 and the McChicken up to $1.30 was bullshit.
Sometimes it's hit and miss with the grilled chicken, we had it sit in the cabinet for my whole shift once, and another time the grill guy was dropping a round of chicken one after another the whole shift
It's nice when your co-workers clean it off regularly, I've had some really stupid co-workers that wouldn't clean it off and wondered why the bottom of the meat was sticking the grill.
snack wrap, crispy chicken with 3 extra red onions, 3 extra dehydrated onions and 3 extra slivered onions, extra cheese. sometimes i cut out the meat because ya. unless if even the fucking tortilla is chemically engineered than im fucked. THE LETTUCE ?!
the mcchicken and mcdouble.
mcchicen like 1.40+
mcdouble like 1.60+
get both for 2.50 that's like 1.25 each. don't go to mcd wanting to order the same thing. look for the patterns and deals
get 2 spicy mcchicken, a lg fries add pepper to them, and a mcflurry and cup of water no ice for here.
I remember working Overnights when we still did them (our store has so few staff we had to cancel them all together. 23 staff, seven of those are managers, two of those are duplicates because they work two shifts, so really only 14 crew) and I would come in at 11, food was still sitting there from a few hours earlier, and we'd still ahve it there till about 3am when we tossed everything
Depending on how you handle your cabinets the worst you need to worry about is the bread.
I meant the 6, since at the time the 4 was no longer $1 at our store.
If someone knows what you're talking about, sure. Still gonna get charged out the ass.
Fresher looking / tasting ingredients. Bigger portions. They're also more open to new items more regularly.
luckily everyone was ocd about cleaning it when i was there
i've heard it happen, but never to me. they hold the food for x minutes before deciding to eat it or throw it away. worse is probably fire in the holes i've witnessed. cops look for those cars though.
m&m cause most people get oreo. are you seriously gonna eat that? it's what i get. sometimes a 3rd burger too.
funny the owner of the franchise i worked at was a jew. a pleasent 70 something year old who'd come in and get a bag of food and leave once in a while.
funny it would cost you less to buy that food yourself and make your own version of it. ofc you'd have to buy a ton of food to equate the cost.
they have better flavor and the options are smaller making each item on the menu slightly better on average. and the restaurants themselves have a better vibe.
1) Why do you never know the sausage & egg biscuits are 2 for $3, even though it's on the marquee? I order 2 sausage & egg biscuits, comes to $7. I say "isn't it 2 for 3?" Faggot says "uh, no." I have to explain it's on the marquee, manager is called, big clusterfuck for some reason. Happens often.
2) Why is the shake machine always broken?
3) Why are all the McDonald's still advertising the pumpkin cream pies even though they're out?
4) Sometimes the fries make my stomach hurt. Are they trying some new kind of oil?
5) Why is tea not counted as a soft drink? A large "soft drink" is $1, but sweet tea is $1.25+
No, I'm not a fatass, my job just takes me on the road a lot so I eat out often.
I don't know. I've been there so long and eaten so often the past few days I've just not been eating at all, except maybe a 4pc or so. Just looking at the screen makes me sick.
I don't know where you're from. But the large soft drink is not 1$, its like 2.50$. The sweet tea is a dollar. The trick was, you buy the sweet tea, dump it out because it's loaded with sugar and is disgusting, then fill it with any other soda you want. The sweet tea container is the equivalent to a large or bigger soft drink.
1) That is either on the Guest Department Manager who is incharge of keeping up to date on PoP's, or the supervisor at the corporate offices. There are some glitches in the system that keep them advertised despite not being available on the registers. Also, it could be that there are promotions out that they're unaware of because no one communicates up or down, from crew to managers to supervisors / owners to managers.
2 ) Bad timing, at certain time it goes into a heat treat of the milk to kill bacteria, otherwise it had a 14 day cleaning cycle that takes a couple hours.
3 ) See 1.
4 ) There is a new oil blend yes.
5 ) Soft Drink implies carbinated beverage gotten from the soda fountain. Tea is brewed in the back with an 8 hour secondary holding period.
I've been to a McDonald's where they literally had the advertising inside and outside for the 2 for 5$ meal and they literally had no idea what it was and said they don't have it. Despite a sign saying "2 for 5$ here" right in the parking lot.
1. they put newbies on register. newbie or not people want to upsell. a good emp will suggest the lowest price or combo. you must go to a bad mcd in your city.
2. maintenance sucks. they call them in, fat dude got his ass cracks showing with 16 year old kids working, they fix it, it gets broken cause of electrical issues, parts need replacement, etc. if it were a bigger seller they would have it fixed for longer periods of time.
3. must be your area. haven't seen those since dec. managers aren't required to replace the adverts i guess. shit franchise.
4. the consistency of fries are all the same every mcd you go to. you get upset stomachs because of all the oil. it's your responsiblity to either not eat the fries or to drink liquids while eating.
5. it's not carbonated so they can upcharge it.
don't really care cause it never happened to me personally. they're not really funny witnessing them, just annoying. another asshole trying to have fun. knowing that you might have to deal with assholes in the future, fire in the holes or not. it's a general disrespect for the whole staff.
typically just drinks. most people do it with waters. people are typically good about keeping the window shut. the do'ers of fire in the holes are typically teens out for a good time.
the management is shit. one observation or complaint is sometimes not enough for them to care about that individual or the problem at all. they don't inform their staff about things and the staff doesn't have to know about those things. thus the staff take all the shit for that restaurant. that's really the worst part about working at mcd.
Fire in the hole is typically a phrase used to declare to allies on the battlefield that a grenade has been thrown into enemy territory and to proceed with caution. It's just a phrase.
Never order? Hmm. See my previous posts regarding time holding on grilled chicken. Probably thats the thing most likely to suck the most if its not taken care of properly. Outside of that it really comes to preference. Oh, don't get a premium wrap if its available. It just takes forever to make and is a huge pain in the ass.
coal miners would sometimes say that when working demolitions.
people firing cannons and whatnot would also say that before the gunfire ignited.
in relation to fast food windows you throw the drink or item and yell fire in the hole and drive off laughing
Thank you, was refering to how it related to the store. We have never had that happen at ours. There was a bag of weed found one time in one of the bathrooms. When the manager (sweet old hispanic woman about 60 years old) found out she freaked out. It was kinda funny. Oh, and there was the time there were dildos left behind the dumpster.
OP, I run a McDonald's.
Quick question: Besides a raise (sometimes things just are what they are), what would make you feel more appreciated by your managers/team/whatever?
follow up to that, what is something that your managers/GM/whatever just "don't get" that you wish they would?
pic still unrelated