Burger King is famous for a few iconic items, but some of their attempts at new menu items have been pretty embarrassing.
This happened in a drive through (at a place who’s name will not be mentioned, although the word drumsticks is a big give away) and i thought i should express my feelings through this video
We made a fort in Sam’s Club and threw paper towels at people. It was hilarious. I think that this prank is going to catch on and become really popular. I give instructions on how to do it at the end. Give it a try!
I got cheated on the gas card deal because the fritos and cheetos deal didn’t track. At first I thought it was just because I went to 2 different towns but figured out the deal just did not track.
MSNBC’s Chris Hanson uses hidden camera’s to catch a local air duct cleaning company in the action. There goal is to uncover “Bait and Switch” tactics that are giving reputable Air Duct Cleaning business’ across the united states a bad name!
Dirty Fast Food
The grilled cheese restaurant idea on the television show America’s Next Great Restaurant on NBC is a blatant rip-off of an existent chain called Chedd’s, located in Denver Colorado. The America’s Next Great Restaurant contestant, Eric Powell, claims that he has been working on this idea since 2004: “How long have you been working on bringing Meltworks to reality? A long time — too long in fact (I’m sooo ready to be open for business). I had a seed of the idea as far back as 2004, but didn’t really consider it as a project until 2005. I started working on it myself in early 2005 and wrote a draft of a business plan. This process caused me to realize that I knew virtually nothing about the restaurant business and that I had to educate myself on the business and find some experienced help.” Here’s a link to the whole article: www.grilledshane.com A quote on NBC’s own website states: “Powell’s plan of attack came during a drunken brainstorm with best friends, to liberate them from corporate misery. They decided on a concept based around the simple idea of the grown-up grilled cheese sandwich. Instead of wonder bread and Kraft singles, Meltworks features the use of top-notch ingredients like Gruyere, fresh veggies, all-natural meats and freshly baked breads.” The fact is, this is a stolen idea. Not original in any way. A restaurant chain called Chedd’s, based in Denver, Colorado, has been in business since 2003. Refer to this article for more: www2.qsrmagazine.com I hate …
Gross people making food in restaurants.