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The Part of the Order Fast-Food Restaurants Get Wrong So Often

Is it pointless to request a specific number of ketchup packets?

Thank you for the nine extra ketchup packets, but I only asked for four. (Photo by the author, ©2022)

First things first.

I do understand that fast food, as it is commonly called, is not the best choice when it comes to a healthy diet. No argument there.




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