^ Beatus, combos are a disgusting toasted/crispy mini/bite size roll type “snack”, typically with some sort of horrid imitation cheese/pepperoni/bacon “filler”. Why anyone would eat that garbage is beyond me.
When you eat combos, you eat the whole bag. A whole bag of combos could be like half of your caloric requirement for the day. Agreeing with #1, I’m pretty sure this person was high. That is the only explanation as to why they would stay in the drive-through while snacking on combos. I don’t think it has anything to do with them being American. Though, if they do this kind of thing often, they are probably fat, and if they get high enough, they might be prone to mispronouncing the name of their own country.
Hey now, I have to step in here. Pizzeria pretzel combos are fucking delicious. They are a reasonable snack to be consumed in moderation. Just cause fatty up there couldn’t wait for her fatty McFatFat to get there any faster does not mean combos are any less than a delectable edible.
Let’s look at facts:
- Combos are only sold in North America
- Mountain Dew is not widely available outside the ‘muricas either
- The post is in English
- North America is composed of 23 countries (yes, google it!)
- for the sake of the argument, we are only going to consider two of them relevant to this post,
USA & Canada (the most likely out of the 23 to have large drive-thru McD)
- Either/or, still America!
Beatus, you must live some where above the Mason-Dixon line cause they are deliciously available everywhere in the south. I’m not one for processed food but goddamn will I eat a combo. We all have our vices, I guess.
My ads reflect my browser history (right now, a mutt DNA test ad, a Petco ad, and a Lasik ad. Yes, I am that awesome. Or, you know, I just adopted a rescue dog and also have bad eyes, whatevs), so that kinda sounds like a personal problem, Bacchante….
My adverts appear to involve parallel parking elephants…Have you considered purchasing them there sex toys and selling them to your coworkers at triple the cost yet, Beatus. I bet you’d make a killing…
It’s like them cheap knives you see in the jar at a corner market…They buy the whole thing from budk or some other cheap resale outfit for like ten bucks and sell ‘em for $2, $3 dollars a piece. Invest in your future man! Your coworkers get to relieve some stress and you can make some bread on the side, sounds like a win-win to me!