In other McDonald's news....
October 12, 2000 7:52 AM   Subscribe

In other McDonald's news.... Not only is the story amusing, but the headline includes the words "Hot Pickle Burn," which is, undeniably, a great name for a band.
posted by sandor (13 comments total)
 
Impossible. Every single pickle slice I've ever had from McDonald's was tepid at best.

What would the Mickey D's assembly line have had to do to get a pickle slice to be "scalding hot"? So far I can think of dropping it in with the french fry basket or sauteeing in in a skillet (not bloody likely).

Nice to see more frivolous lawsuits clogging up the court system.

"I've lost the services of my wife!" What is she, cattle? Ouch.

(BTW: What is this, food and drink day at MeFi?)
posted by ethmar at 8:13 AM on October 12, 2000


In my experience with McD's, you're lucky to get lukewarm food. Food hot enough to cause second degree burns, I think not! Get real lady...you should have had the coffee!
posted by jaz at 8:15 AM on October 12, 2000


That's one hot pickle. Hrm.
posted by daveadams at 8:32 AM on October 12, 2000


Is $15,000 a lot or a little for 'services'?
posted by bison at 11:02 AM on October 12, 2000


Next: McDonald's sued for brain freeze from McFlurry. Story at 11.
posted by gramcracker at 2:00 PM on October 12, 2000


But do you see? That's why she was burned so bad! She was so sure she'd have a tepid pickle in her bun that she figured it'd be perfectly proper to put a piece of pickle on her chin.

If said slice was in fact scalding, that'd scare me too.

And apparently, with the permanent boo boo on her chin, she can't service her hubby. I profess total ignorance as to what that means, but hey, it doesn't sound good at all.

I say they have a case.
posted by chicobangs at 2:20 PM on October 12, 2000


I want to see this on the People's Court or one of those shows. I have a feeling the ruling would go to McD's and this lady would be duly ridiculed, not just in a blurb in the papers, but on national TV.
posted by CrayDrygu at 2:37 PM on October 12, 2000


"service & consortium of his wife" is that the legal term for a hummer?
posted by thc at 3:36 PM on October 12, 2000


Hello Los Angeles, WE ARE HOT PICKLE BURN!!! LOL!
posted by faithnomore at 6:38 PM on October 12, 2000


"If she burned herself on the chin with a mcdonald's pickle, I doubt her oral skill is worth much at all." - Jay Leno
posted by tomorama at 6:39 PM on October 12, 2000


Yes, I'd have to agree that the pickles inside mcdonalds burgers are never anywhere near hot. The burger's themselves are so mashed together, its hard to beleive a pickle "slipped out"

So what would make a pickle that hot? I'd say the quick wit of a couple of inbred fucks and a microwave.

But then again, I dont think i can think of any BETTER advertisement for McDonalds, becuase wastes of human debris like this, make me feel almost sorry for MickieD's.
posted by Satapher at 7:10 PM on October 12, 2000


wait! I've been burnt by McDonalds' burgers, when I was a meat-eater. Not that I'd consider legal action, I'd attribute it to myself, the ass, and sworn a blue streak. But just so you know, it can happen.
posted by holloway at 11:53 PM on October 12, 2000


Poor hubby... Wifey can't "service" him... Her case will no doubt be thrown out, but he's really on to something there... My wife was in a car accident last year, broke her leg - made "servicing" pretty difficult... think I got a case?
posted by Haveed at 10:47 AM on October 13, 2000


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