Saturday, May 31, 2014

Extra long BBQ cheeseburger at Burger King

Anthony and I went through the drive thru this evening at the Craycroft and Grant Burger King location.

He's a funny guy to ride with.  One of the unique things about his driving is the lack of patience he has with the experience.  He talks smack about other drivers and if you believe what he says, thinks that every other driver on the road is an idiot.

That thought process came out big time when we were in the drive thru.  He talked smack about the person who took our order through the menu board speaker, about the driver in front of us, and was mad the order was taking a bit to come out.  The one thing that cheered him up was the employee who gave us the food through the window hooked us up with large fries as an apology for the longer than average wait.

I ordered the Extra Long BBQ cheeseburger.  It was on one of the longer buns that the chicken sandwiches are normally served on, with four onion rings, two small burger patties, and barbecue sauce.  It was good, I'd order it again.

Next time we go, I think we'll go inside even if it's a to-go order.  Maybe I can keep him occupied enough that he won't get angry at the poor employees at the store if he's in an air conditioned restaurant rather than having to sit in the hot car in the drive thru.

Anthony tries to be patient with the employee
at the Grant and Craycroft Burger King drive thru.
Photo bomb: The graffiti tag on the light over the speaker.
Looks like "SNAK" or maybe "SWER" or possibly "SWAR".
The people who do graffiti rarely write neatly enough for the rest of us to
understand what the hell they're writing.

I ordered the Extra Long BBQ Cheeseburger

The Extra Long BBQ Cheeseburger and large fries from Burger King.
Photo bomb in our kitchen courtesy of Anthony's foot