• Sez Shares 7y

    Yeah, I probably would. Especially if I wanted a whopper but also wanted a McDees Milkshake and fries!

    What kind of bags were they talking here? Do you know?
  • егік етi ѕмiт 7y

    So if I go shopping at two different stores, I have to leave my bag from the first store outside? Or ask them for a neutral bag? Or bring my own bag from home?

    Even more mysterious is the 'for safety' bit.
  • Thomas M 7y

    I think they meant, "Please do not bring BAGS FROM OTHER STORES into our store."

    Try a quick proofread fool!
  • rachelingua 7y

    They don't want shoppers seeing another store advertised. What's so unsafe about it, I have no idea.

    I'd bring a Dairy Queen bag to BK just to screw with them, though.
  • RedJinn: World Peace: What are you doing about it? 7y

    This is actually in reference to the somewhat unpleasant, over forty, overweight, ex-military, female manager (fondly known to her staff as "our old bag") of the MacDonald's - the only other store in town.
  • seadrifte 7y

    Guess I'll have to stop being "plane rude", then.
  • TheDamnMushroom 7y

    is this one of those stores that has started charging for the paper or plastic bags they automatically put your groceries in, thus encourage you to bring your own cloth (or paper or plastic) bag to Save The Environment?

    You reap what you sow.
  • Bev Currie 7y

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Professional Spelling Mistakes, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

    Seen on your photo stream. (?)
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