mashedtater - 2010-05-15 sure if someone highlighted only one quality aspect about my future like eventually becoming a grandmother, having had to work at mcdonalds might not sound so bad.
Hooper_X - 2010-05-15 Man, I remember when I worked at McDonalds one summer.
Future Meth Cook
Future Trailer Park Prostitute
Future Drug Dealer
Future Murder Victim
Future Ex-Convict (x3)
FUTURE POETV SUPERSTAR
hornung - 2010-05-15 That's great. I'm glad you kept in touch with the old gang.
The Winton Road Taco Bell store # 1755 never got together for our 20th reunion so I don't know what happened to the guy who used to drive across the river to pretend to be gay and pick up men to beat them up and leave them in rural Kentucky.
Lindner - 2010-05-15 I'm fine. Thanks for asking, Horn! How are you and yours?
Hooper_X - 2010-05-15 I seriously want to get a subscription to my hometown newspaper for schadenfreude purposes, except that I get a nosebleed every time I look at the letters to the editor.
hornung - 2010-05-15 My mom has an rss feed for the town's papers she grew up in.
Then she tells me stories about people I don't know.
Monkey Napoleon - 2010-05-15 We aren't all spoiled fuckin brats who never had to work for anything until after college (if then), you know.
McDonalds is probably 2nd only to the military in terms putting kids through college.
FABIO - 2010-05-15 No, but we're all smart enough to find minimum wage jobs that don't involve getting constantly burned with fryolator grease.
Rum Revenge - 2010-05-16 It's the irony that your future at McDonalds only looks bright when you end up someplace else, according to McD's own advertisement.
Oktay - 2010-05-16 They never advertise their food as "the best food in the world" either. Most of us had their food and would immediately notice the difference between the ad and reality. That's why they will never advertise a McJob as "the best job there is". I think they prefer the "you could do worse" approach.