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December 10, 2017

IT WAS ASKING FOR IT

A young man pulled up to a McDonald's drive-thru in West Anchorage early Saturday in an agitated state, then shot the building, police said.

(Thanks to Jane from Kenai)

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I thought McDonald’s restaurant season ended December 1

Did Officer Big Mac book him? Was his case heard by Mayor McCheese? Inquiring minds want to know. I hope this doesn't give Hamburglar any bright ideas.

Does McDonald's ever get any gruntled customers?

I have heard Alaska described many ways, but never as an agitated state.

Jeff, no. But they are whelmed.

"We still don't know why he was upset," Thim said. Witnesses told police that he was disgruntled from the get-go.

I'm guessing Zx Dio Abodon was just fed up with having his name misspelled.

Did they try giving him a Happy Meal?

I always feel whelmed, underwhelmed, gruntled and flummoxed every time I go to McDonalds.

Klaatu barada nictu!

They "don't know why he was upset"? Have you ever eaten at McDonalds?

Last week, I went in to order one of their specials. The clerk at the front desk spoke with such a heavy foreign accent that I couldn't understand her. So a 'backup clerk' came to assist me.

"I'd like to order your McDouble special, two burgers for $2.50 please?"

"We don't serve those any more. They aren't on the menu."

"Maam? Would you turn around and look at the video screen? It's showing the McDouble special right now."

"Oh, would you like fries with that?"

I can't blame anyone for wanting to shoot up the building!

Fun fact - Alaska is the largest agitated state in the Union.

Surprised that this even made the news in Alaska.

In certain parts of California, Texas and Florida they call this Saturday.

In honor of the missing "Marquis de Sade", I'll add...

Some of my friends call this foreplay...

Cue rimshot!

Had he ordered, been served, and started to eat, I'd have understood.

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