Las Vegas Strip, Nevada. I understand that on the Vegas strip, many people probably “linger” a bit longer than some businesses may like, but this sign is pretty clear. I also definitely get why you don’t want people who aren’t paying customers to hang out, but wow, if someone is enjoying a Big Mac bonanza, he or she should probably be allowed to at least begin the digestion process. I wonder if the people to which the sign is targeted think to themselves, “Wow, like the sign says, I’ve overstayed my “welcome,” I had better move on.”
On the other hand, this Mickey D’s further down on the south side of the LV strip where it’s less populated and glitzy, has a sign that says, “Here’s where the party is People!!” Now here is a welcome sign. I’m lovin’ this one!
That second sign is pretty swanky.
It is! It’s actually in the shabbier end of town, so it stands out with its glitz.
Easy. Those burgers are getting smaller each year and it only takes me three bites to finish off a big Mac these days! 30 minutes might be too long! Ha ha.
Funny and very true! Thirty minutes is way past the life expectancy of a McDonald’s meal, I guess.
TIME LIMIT! That’s insane! So weak.
Yes, I thought it was pretty direct and didn’t seem to fit McDonald’s “you deserve a break today” mentality!
I saw a sign behind the counter of a McDonalds: “Menu available in Braille.”
McDonald’s and Subway must be on the same wavelength or must use the same sign makers, because I saw a Subway sign on the bathroom wall in written English and in Braille that said, “Employees must wash hands.”
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Wow, that sign is unbelievable! I think I would refuse to eat there just on principle. Since I am now (occasionally) looking at the world through Japanese glasses, a land where the customer service is always wonderful, a time limit for customers – especially such a short one – seems even more shocking to me.
It is pretty bad even for American standards. I get the “no loitering” but the “time limit” is pretty outrageous. And there’s not even a “thank you”! Thanks for your comment, Haruko-chan. I’m looking forward to encountering the hospitably of Japan some day!
They found the unhealthy food was not killing people fast enough, so they implemented a rule that you must eat it in an unhealthy way. Interesting.
Totally — I mean it probably takes a good day or two for your intestines to even begin working on the food.