Kyle Gwilt

Most people die at 25 and aren’t buried until they’re 75

—Benjamin Franklin  (via metalhearted)

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Only on Tumblr could you find advice on being buried alive in the same post as advice on cereal dust.

So daft I had to post

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Okay real talk from someone who’s worked in the fast food industry — NEVER ORDER UNSALTED FRIES IN THE DRIVE-THRU. Every time an order for unsalted fries comes through, we have to make a brand new batch of fries and that takes a long time. We can’t make a new batch of fries in the time it takes you to pull up to the window. If you order unsalted fries in the drive through, you will keep yourself and everyone else in line waiting for at least five minutes and as a result, employees will get in trouble because the line is not moving. Managers won’t care that someone ordered unsalted fries in the drive through and that employees didn’t have time to make fresh fries, they’ll care that the line isn’t moving and they’ll take that out on their employees.

tl;dr IF YOU NEED TO ORDER UNSALTED FRIES BECAUSE YOU WANT THEM FRESH OR CAN’T HANDLE SALT, WALK INSIDE THE BUILDING AND ORDER THEM TO GO. OTHERWISE INNOCENT EMPLOYEES WILL GET IN TROUBLE WITH MANAGEMENT FOR SOMETHING THAT’S NOT THEIR FAULT.

who has the time to eat ice cream before they vomit

"If youre ever being buried alive" hahahahaha

When we made unsalted fries we put the salted fries back in the grease for like thirty seconds it gets the salt off and it makes them ‘fresh’ again lol

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