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French Fries

Discussion in 'Non-Vegas Chat' started by Joejoejackson, Feb 20, 2017.

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  1. Joejoejackson

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    I never make it home with the fries. Or the nuggets.
    Come to think of it, the only part of my Happy Meal left when I get home is the toy!

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    Forgot to add...Thanks for the post, @Joejoejackson!

    Great to learn tidbits of info like this when I ketchup on VMB for the evening! :)

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    If you leave the bag open on the floor arent you worried about the fries spilling out when you go around a corner ?
     
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    Leaving the bag open is not an option.

    My hounds are fascinated by the magic window where I hand the lady some paper and she hands us piping hot, top of the line, aeromatic and oh-so-mouthwateringly delicious this-must-be-imported canine cuisine...which we are s'posed to consume when we get home.

    Swing by McDonalds to get something for the hounds. Stop by Panera to get something for me & the Mrs. When I get back to the truck, Daisy has her head down in
    the McD's bag...stops eating...lifts her head and looks back at me for three seconds. No sign of remorse whatsoever. Then, back into the bag. So...I have to go back to McD's...same drive through...same order as ten minutes ago. Best part was the deja-vu look on the drive-thru girl's face....."Didn't I just do this? Is this the same guy with the dog?". It's a good thing I love my hounds.
     
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    Years ago I doggy sat for my son and his then wife while they went skiing. A six month old puppy half mini Doxie half chihuahua. I had to travel across half of Texas to deliver him. I stopped by McDonalds and put the bag on the floor. This dog/puppy jumped into the bag and devoured my fries.
     
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