McDonalds says you are getting your fair share of fries
September 13, 2017 11:05am CST
It seems some McDonalds employees have been spreading rumors - rumors that they are trained to deceive the customer regarding their fries. Evidently they claim they were trained to squeeze the container as they put the fries in. That would give the appearance the fries container was full, when in reality it wasn't. I think if that was true many customers would have complained, thrown fits, walked out, etc. McDonalds has come back and said that those statements are wrong. That they do not teach employees to cheat the customers. I don't eat there so I have no clue if people are getting their fair share of fries or not - do you think McD's is messing with the fries? If they were what would you do? Photo from Pixabay
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• Saco, Maine
I don't go there either, but it wouldn't surprise me. If I suspected that, I'd just never go back. There is no shortage of junk food places around here, so there's always an alternative. Another fry-related situation is when you go to a seafood place and order some type of fisherman's plate with fries. You get a huge platter of what looks like a lot of seafood when actually it's just a few pieces piled on top of a huge mess of fries to give the illusion that you're getting a lot for your money. You are, but not of seafood...of fries! You realize this when you order mashed or baked potato instead of fries. That puts the amount of seafood into its proper perspective.
• United States
I get what you are saying - that we don't have to worry about - no seafood places to speak of in land-locked Tennessee! I don't eat fried, my husband does and no matter where he orders them (regular rest. not fast food) they give you enough for 5 people.