It's the Chinese brew "Lucky Buddha" I've just got delivered that makes me wonder. I think "Lucky Buddha" may really be "Mucky Bugger" with a Chinese accent, even though the Aussies don't brew it any more.
No, not yet. However BK don't deliver their own food either. KFC and BK's logistics chain work in much the same way, if it can happen to KFC it can just as easily happen to Burger King
Bidvest handle their logistics in much the same way they did handle KFC's up until recently
There is no reason why BK logistics are any more secure than KFC's.
Parmer & Harvey went to the wall not so long ago and left thousands of customers without supply. It's happened before and it will happen again
Enough people who know what they're doing in the cooking thread to raise the question of whether those who habitually buy fast food are not perhaps just a little retarded. Cooking something far tastier and nutritious is easier than schlepping out and standing at a counter waiting for some serial nose picker to assemble a sack of slop from discarded sub standard goat bums compressed into burger patties.
It's generally cheaper as well which makes it even more confusing as it's usually the low budget crowd seen lining up to buy overpriced offal disguised as food.
I can’t believe the BBC has included this on the 6 o’ clock News. Interviewing weepy rugrats who are ‘hungry and angry’ and mothers who are saying its a disgrace as most of the outlets in Bristol are shut down.
The obvious question was never posed - why don’t you take them home and cook them a meal yourselves!
Armageddon doesn’t begin to describe the situation.
Agreed, I prefer McDonalds to posh burgers actually. They taste better and you haven't got some pretentious twot relieving you of a tenner for the privilege. "Gourmet" burgers is as **** an idea as gourmet sausages- they're supposed to be unhealthy but delicious shite- as long as you don't eat the stuff regularly, it's not a problem.