Fast Food Restaurants Have Changed The Way We Eat Essay

1460 Words Oct 8th, 2014 6 Pages
A pain that doesn’t hurt, the rumbling but it’s not a storm, you’re strong but you feel weak. After a long evening at work you are feeling every bit of the fatigue that comes with being hungry. You have 30 minutes till your night class begins. You’re tight for time and now passing the exit you take to get home. You haven’t eaten any food since noon. You’re stuck in a dilemma. Going home would make you late to class but you siting through class with a empty growling stomach would make it hard to concentrate. As your stomach growled one more time you decided to grab a bite to eat but not to go home, you end up pulling into a fast food restaurants parking lot. Fast food restaurants have changed the way we eat. It made our job a little easier especially when you don’t have the time to cook. Fast food was made for people that are on the go and need food quickly. Many fast food restaurants have been built and two of the most popular spots to stop at are a McDonalds and In and Out Burger. Grabbing a quick meal before class from ether place is a reasonable decision. You always want the best tasting food to satisfy your hungry. Those two restaurants are in a constant tug of war battle when deciding which fast food restaurant is better and between In and Out and McDonalds, In and Out is the better fast food restaurant.
As you know location for a fast food restaurant is important and they are normally located off of a highway or close to a college or mall. It is not hard to find a fast…

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