Chile on eggs?

Peter A. McGraw pmcgraw at LINFIELD.EDU
Fri Jul 13 15:20:51 UTC 2001

Wow!  It's been quite a few years now, but when my son was of the age when
he repeatedly dragged us into McDonalds, I used to get the Big Mac because
it was the only one that came with lettuce and tomato, and it also came
with ketchup--period.  I would ask for mustard and be given one of those
little tubs of sweetish mustard that was normally served with the Chicken
McNuggets.  That's all they had!

This was about the time rival Burger King adopted the slogan "Have it your
way."  Maybe McDonalds eventually got the message.

--On Friday, July 13, 2001 5:50 AM -0400 "Joanne M. Despres"
<jdespres at MERRIAM-WEBSTER.COM> wrote:

> Of course, McDonald's puts BOTH mustard and ketchup (and a
> pickle) on its burgers, presumably all over the country.  Wouldn't
> this lead to a contamination of sorts, and throw our isotopping
> bundles off a bit?
> Joanne

                               Peter A. McGraw
                   Linfield College   *   McMinnville, OR
                            pmcgraw at

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