November 4th, 2008

Young Justice Robin

No pickle means no pickle!

My family eats at Chick-Fil-A quite frequently. We love the sandwiches, but not the pickles. When we clearly request that we want our Chick-Fil-A sandwich to have "no pickle," that does not mean that we want a sandwich that:

A.) Has a pickle on it.
B.) Has extra pickles on it.
C.) Has no pickle, but has a slice of cheese on it.
D.) Used to have a pickle on it.

While options A.) - C.) are just mildly annoying, (and in the case of the cheese, a little WTF), option D.) is extremely frustrating. In this case, it is very obvious that the sandwich used to have a pickle on it by the giveaway pickle pieces in the sandwich, and the juice soaked underside of the filet and bun. Since the employees had to physically take the bun off and remove the pickles, it's obvious that they were just too lazy to wait for a fresh sandwich. Honestly!