You missed KFC friend, i'll assume it's #2 in the unacceptable chart since it's the ****. Literally and pun intended.When I was 6 sure but now NO.
McDonalds was actually just like a drive in kind of exquisite burger experience but it was basically ruined by commercialization and all that, it just tastes really bad, even the fries kinda to be honest. Well that's what I learned from someone telling me about the Founder movie anyway.
This is a list of all the places I consider to be unacceptable as food....
Supermarkets of all kinds Ralpha, Whole Foods, Vons, Bristol Farms, Safeway.
Health food joints of any kind i.e. the ones specifically offering quick service to vegetarian themed items
Jack in the Box
Sonic Drive In (mainly because too hard to find too inaccessible, not because the food or concept isn't good)
El Pollo Loco
Dunkin Donuts (barely)
Subway (even though subsisted on at one point)
Ohio ye old Man provided brand like Kroger, Kirkland, kinda falls in with the supermarket stuff
Costco Hot Dogs and all Coscto and Wal-Mart food (vastly overrated)
Popeyes (amazing biscuits, terrible chicken)
Weinerschnitzel (cool concept and buildings, average taste)
Things that seemed to work ok
Asian Restaurants of any kind, authentic non-chain
Some mid chain things like Chilis, Sizzlers, Marie Callendars, etc
If any Drive Ins still exist
7/11 hot Dogs and 7/11 in general
Johnny Rockets if any are left
This describes my feelings but with Walmart.Absolutely not. I could care less about the food quality, it's the people that loiter around the place that gross me out. The lowest of the low, I can usually smell the clumps of fecal matter that have amassed on some chavs butt the moment I enter the establishment. The ear raping screams of the most misbehaved rug munches on the planet which is only rivaled by the equally painful shouting of their ham beast mothers trying to get them to shut up. I can barely maneuver around the place, not because the ****ty layout although that is a factor but because everyone is so damn fat.