Making McDonalds Burgers For Dummies [Pic]

Submitted by: fancylad 7 years ago in Funny

Bun Troubleshooting Tool? Sounds like a sex toy to us...
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Male 6,694
I like Carl Jr.s.
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Male 15,832
What`s the point. They`re just going to squash the $#!+ out of it when they wrap it.

Put your little fluffy-bun gauge on THIS!
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Male 74
We have those at the pizza place I work at too. We are supposed to use it to measure the crust but I don`t think it`s been used once.
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Female 204
lol @ Adam - you made my day.
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Male 262
Looks like its for the bun manufacturer and not the restaurant worker.
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Female 351
@ Raberboom

I`m def hardlines. The only chick who works in hardlines. I pitch a fit when they put me in softlines because I hate working over there...with all the clothes and gossiping women! ^_^
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Male 670
dratin really?
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Male 593
Do they have a fry length regulator? Or a onion ring circumference tool?
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Male 153
HA! beccab86..."I wasn`t making any assumptions - it says "McDonald`s Europe" right on the card." YOu called it sister...and its funny this is on IAB today, was watching Pulp Fiction last night..."le royale with cheese"...great flick.
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Female 347
@kangoala,
I wasn`t making any assumptions - it says "McDonald`s Europe" right on the card. And I think you may have McDonald`s employees confused with 7/11 employees. It`s a common mistake... even here.
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Female 2,509
dude, we dont have the royale burger in america! no fair!!

please refer to "Quarter Pounder with cheese" at your local MickyD and "Pulp Fiction" and your local DVD rental.
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Male 702
@beccab86,
It`s not a european-only burger tool. If it were then it wouldn`t list both "royale" and "quarter". as for lazy americans, when was the last time you saw an american working at mcdonalds?
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Female 347
It`s a European scale. They probably don`t have these in America because it`d be a waste of money. American McDonald`s workers strike me as a tad too lazy to use such instruments.
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Female 166
They did not have/use(/need?) this when I worked there....
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Male 877
this tool would have more nutrition..
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Female 5,222
lmao
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Male 262
I know, but I thought in the movie they were just making it up.
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Male 44
@reddye:

Yes. Yes, we do.
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Male 7
I want one!
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Male 56
dude, we dont have the royale burger in america! no fair!!

wait.....no, we dont need another burger, haha
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Female 204
Someone was actually fired over this picture? Wow Don`t want the company secrets getting out, do ya.
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Female 204
Adam, you idiot. Haven`t you seen Pulp Fiction?
The can`t call it a "Quarter Pounder" in Europe because they use the Metric system. Kids these days....
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Male 3,755
A tool for tools.
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Male 262
Holy crap, there really is a Royale burger.
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Male 103
Subway has the same type of thing for deciding if the bread is proofed enough.
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Male 833
"I think this is kinda similar to how Target has these little folding boards that help us fold clothes. It gives step by step instructions on how to fold clothes. But, they must be folded in a certain way. Nobody uses the folding boards."

I was so glad that when i worked for target i didnt have to do softlines
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Male 168
I`m not a McDonalds expert by any means. But it appears to me that this tool would more than likely be used by the manufacturer of the buns to see if they are within protocol to ship to the "restaurant".

Mostly because it looks too complicated to be used by the average McDonalds employee.
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Male 25,417
wow, wouldnt suprise me they used something like this!
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Male 39,613
They probably spent 10 million dollars developing that employee tool.
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Female 351
I think this is kinda similar to how Target has these little folding boards that help us fold clothes. It gives step by step instructions on how to fold clothes. But, they must be folded in a certain way. Nobody uses the folding boards.
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Male 648
Burger must be at least this tall for consumption.
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Male 2,893
Mmmmmmmmm......
Minimum bun height for an untoasted bun......
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Male 15,510
Everybody should do the same
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Male 12,365
Why is anyone surprised?

For a high volume highly branded product consistency is key, especially if the product is very much like competing products and is of merely adequate quality.

So you take steps to ensure the product is always the same. It`s particularly important if the product is assembled from components on the fly by whoever is unfortunate enough to not have a better job, i.e. like a fast food burger.

It`s somewhat like mass market beer. It will never be particularly good because the main priority is consistency for branding purposes. It`s relatively easy to make lakefulls of adequate beer that`s always exactly the same if you aim for adequacy rather than excellence.
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Male 491
? what do they add to reach the min.
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Male 10,855
meh

Still don`t want to eat Mickey D`s.
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Female 191
I have never seen one of those. But they don`t expand when they heat them. the toaster has teflon conveyors in the vertical toaster that kinda squishes them a bit.
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Male 9,305
"But hey, it IS fast food, you know. Can`t expect rocket scientists to be working there...even in this economy."

Or someone who speaks any English...
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Male 716
Lame tool is incredibly lame
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Male 2,748
wait... what? this is... what?
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Male 85
These "tools" are for management use only.
BTW this manager was fired for posting this pic.
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Male 332
do the buns expand when they heat them??
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Female 316
I`m sorry, but this has NOTHING on Burger King`s Whopper wrappers that have the big circle in the middle with something like "place sandwich here" written in them.

But hey, it IS fast food, you know. Can`t expect rocket scientists to be working there...even in this economy.
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Male 8
too bad it says McDonald`s Europe..
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Male 20,829
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