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Friday, March 22, 2013

"BILL'S SPECIAL BURGER-ORDERING TIP"

This tip comes to you at 3:25am because I can't sleep...

WANNA KNOW HOW TO ALWAYS GET A FRESHLY PREPARED BURGER AT A FAST-FOOD ESTABLISHMENT? SIT BACK AND LISTEN 'CAUSE THIS IS THE BEST ADVICE YOU'VE HAD IN A LONG TIME....


Keep in mind, the only reliable way to get a truly fresh sandwich at a fast-food establishment is to order it during their busiest time - lunch.

realized the secret about 30 years ago. Now most of you fellow burger aficionados and grease freaks already know the "big" downside when ordering at a fast-food establishment - if you order when lunch hour is a it's peak, you can rest assured that you will get a hot, fresh burger every time. However, if you order during off-peak hours, you are most likely getting a sandwich from under the dreaded heat lamps.

Now here's the tip, so listen up....
The fool-proof work around for ordering off-peak hours: 
Order your burger with some type of custom topping that can't possibly be sitting, waiting for you under the lights. (This is what originally got me ordering things with NFK). 

Example: You find yourself craving a BK Whopper at 3 in the afternoon and you follow the urge to the BK counter - all you have to do is order the Whopper with no ketchup and you'll see the grill master begin to prepare you a fresh burger because you've just caused him to side-step the pre-made stuff sitting under the lights - simple right? But it never fails...

(you owe me)


1 comment:

  1. I would have never thought of that.... you are a burger GENIUS Uncle Billy!!

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