Fried chicken from Southern Bred.
I find the condiment issue is especially a problem at chain-type restaurants where your server is never the one who brings you your food. When I was a waitress at one of these establishments (a million years ago) I would always make sure to ask if anyone needed ketchup, mustard, anything else, etc. when I delivered food. And "I'll tell your server" was reserved for things we had to ring up (like drinks) that I couldn't actually get myself. No one likes to watch their food get cold while they wait for some damn mayo.
Okay, stepping off soapbox now. But that really bugs me.
I live about half a mile north of the delivery area. DAMMIT.
It's a soap opera everyone. Calm down. I doubt it's supposed to be the height of realism. I for one am just glad it isn't another reality show where people are amazed when Nashvillians know what fancy food is while banjo music plays in the background.
Don't you get a free doughnut every time you go to Krispy Kreme? I feel like this is some conspiracy to make us all look stupid. Arrrrrrrrrrgh.
yourname, how is someone an ass for reporting their experience, calmly and eloquently? You aren't an ass just because you have a different opinion from someone else.
I do love the "forgive me for insulting you" bit at the end, though, well played.
Out west (Wyoming, Montana, Utah) all the fast food restaurants have "fry sauce" in addition to ketchup. It's basically ketchup/mayo mixed together, and it is awesome.
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