It was very late at McDonalds one time and I was there (yep, I’m one of the crazy ones LOL). I did quite a classic order (for my standards) I got a chocolate thick shake, a chicken n’ cheese burger and a cheeseburger. But this dude after me ordered a triple cheeseburger with two extra chicken patties and 4 extra sliced of cheese and extra extra pickles. Woah. The moment I heard his order, I was intrigued, I even remember his order number: 174. I had to talk to him and ask him about what motivated him to do that. He wasn’t in a super chatty mood even though he was pretty friendly but I did manage to get some info off of him. He looked like he was in a state where he needed a big feed and this was indeed a big one.
Let’s analyse the burger, the main portion or the chassis of the burger was the triple cheeseburger. Now if I’m looking for a Maccas burger, my go-to would normally be the double cheese, it has a good ratio of cheese to other elements, it’s well flavoured and seasoned too. Triple is a bit much for me, but I’d go it. Now this man wanted his burger to pack a bit more much more punch. That’s where the two bird fillets come in, if you want a challenge and a whole lot of bite in your burger, this is the way to go. But now your thinking, that sounds awful dry and meaty (because of the two extra chick fillets). You’d be right and I had a feeling he knew too. Thus, the extra cheese; McDonald’s cheese is actually quite moist and is a good counter point to the dry chicken (though, for extra points I’d throw in a bit more sauce.) Instead of That Time I was in McDonald’s and Someone Did a Crazy Order: sauce though, this man chucked on some extra pickles. This brings a much needed zesty-ness to the burger and the wetness of the pickles would do just a good job of balance as condiments. What a choice.
Was this guy a forward thinking and modern man? Did he just stumble upon a great burger choice? I don’t know, but you’ve really gotta consider stuff before ordering this big boy. I rate this experience of seeing this man: 7.8/10