Just Go In To Get Your Damn Food!


A few days ago, I was visiting my local fast food establishment to partake in a double-cheese burger with a side of french fries. I entered the parking lot and to NO surprise at all, the drive-thru was ten cars deep.

Now instead of waiting in that crap, I decided to just park and walk in the building with the hopes of a much shorter wait time. And you know what, it WAS! There was NO ONE waiting in line inside of the building. The woman at the register even had the time to greet me upon entering the building because she wasn’t taking care of anyone at the time.

To make a long story short, the amount of time between parking and getting back into my car with my food LITERALLY took under 2 minutes. I was in, out, DONE! Meanwhile, there were still multiple cars waiting in the drive-thru who haven’t even gotten their food yet.

Now some may argue about “convenience” and the “weather” being cold. But I’ll counter that with “y’all are just LAZY!” No one wants to leave their car to actually go and get their food. All they want is to drive up to the little window, pay, and go on their way.

Now for those that think this is more “time-efficient” for them, it’s NOT! And I’m living proof of that. So next time there’s a long line in the drive-thru, just park your damn car and walk in the building. You’ll thank me later how quick it will go.


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