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JoeyWinson3.0
Jul 25th, 2003, 12:46 PM
I was at a neighbours house the other night and we got onto the subject of my town's takeaways and resteraunts and who was the best and who was the worst... anyway,

Apparently this guy who is my neighbour once had to do some legal work with a certain resteraunt in the town (which cannot be named for legal reasons), after health inspectors found an alsatian puppy in the freezer!

DutchieGirl
Jul 25th, 2003, 12:51 PM
I was at a neighbours house the other night and we got onto the subject of my town's takeaways and resteraunts and who was the best and who was the worst... anyway,

Apparently this guy who is my neighbour once had to do some legal work with a certain resteraunt in the town (which cannot be named for legal reasons), after health inspectors found an alsatian puppy in the freezer!

eww! Some people at high school worked at McDonald´s in my town and told me some icky things, but not that bad!!!

Experimentee
Jul 25th, 2003, 03:06 PM
Well it isnt really a restaurant but my brother bought a souvlaki from the local fish and chip shop and there was a catarpillar in it! :eek:

KindaNice
Jul 25th, 2003, 03:56 PM
I went to a restaurant once and oh my.....here goes...this is awfull but.....they transposed the salad fork and the dinner fork on the place setting. I about died.....;)

KindaNice
Jul 25th, 2003, 03:58 PM
Oh....btw....R*E*S*T*A*U*R*A*N*T

alexusjonesfan
Jul 25th, 2003, 04:09 PM
One of my friends used to work for KFC (I'll probably get sued for saying this :o). He finally decided to quit after they jeopardized his life a couple of times. They use this caustic grease (!) in their cooking which he got into his eyes. Since they had a lot of customers to serve, they just gave him a napkin and told him to hold it on his eye. It was a while before they called an ambulance and my friend almost lost his eyesight!

Also, once my dad and I were looking for some exotic food so we found this restaurant in the phone book and decided to go there. We should've known something was awry when it turned out that the restaurant was in the middle of a grocery store. Actually, it was just a grocery store with two tables and some chairs in a corner! So, since we had to drive far to get there, we decided to eat there anyway. The food was ok...that is, until we got home. Then the both of us had upset stomachs and heads for the next 3 days and we had to get medecine for food poisoning! We're certainly not going there again :mad:

gentenaire
Jul 25th, 2003, 04:16 PM
I went to a restaurant once and oh my.....here goes...this is awfull but.....they transposed the salad fork and the dinner fork on the place setting. I about died.....;)

:confused:

Fantastic
Jul 25th, 2003, 04:18 PM
The bored workers at Hungry Jack's (or Burger King elsewhere) masturbate into the mayonnaise during those lonely, late-night shifts. A friend working at HJ's told us about it. No wonder the burgers are better at Hungry Jack's. ;)

I was also told that McDonald's beef patties contain 10% cardboard to make the meat thicker and keep the complexion of it smoother. Check out the patties next time you bite into a Quarter Pounder. You can see the cardboard flecks!

That's about the worst I can say about restaurants. I haven't encountered anything as gruesome as an Alsatian puppy... that I know of. Actually, a waiter once served me his penis between two burger buns on a plate. LOL. I lie. ;) I saw that in a Tom Hanks movie... "The Bachelor Party."

Poe
Jul 25th, 2003, 04:19 PM
i was on a date with a guy once and found a really long hair in my caesar salad..... not fun :mad:

Dahveed
Jul 25th, 2003, 05:50 PM
Once i was on a date with 2 lovely Belgian girls and the waitress charged us a discrete £2.23 for service when i was about to give her another pound! :eek:

shap_half
Jul 25th, 2003, 06:50 PM
I was eating out with a friend of mine at this bistro in soho at new york. and while we were eating we noticed something strange on her chicken and it looked like hair. it was short curly hair. and we complained about it. so the manager came and looked at it for a quick second and quickly dismissed it as a fiber of some vegetable and when we asked for our money back because we sincerely didn't believe it to have been just that, he then took his pen and poked the chicken with it and then picked up the hair with his bare hand and said it wasn't hair and that we will not get our money back since she's already eaten half the food. and then just wipe his hand on his apron with the hair on it. omg wtf is the matter with this mutha!

decemberlove
Jul 25th, 2003, 06:51 PM
there was a grasshopper in my olive garden salad one day.

yummy.

decemberlove
Jul 25th, 2003, 06:52 PM
I was eating out with a friend of mine at this bistro in soho at new york. and while we were eating we noticed something strange on her chicken and it looked like hair. it was short curly hair. and we complained about it. so the manager came and looked at it for a quick second and quickly dismissed it as a fiber of some vegetable and when we asked for our money back because we sincerely didn't believe it to have been just that, he then took his pen and poked the chicken with it and then picked up the hair with his bare hand and said it wasn't hair and that we will not get our money back since she's already eaten half the food. and then just wipe his hand on his apron with the hair on it. omg wtf is the matter with this mutha!

i dont blame yawl for reacting that way. hair is one of the nastiest things to see in your food. dont go back there ever again.

Berlin_Calling
Jul 25th, 2003, 06:56 PM
I was eating out with a friend of mine at this bistro in soho at new york. and while we were eating we noticed something strange on her chicken and it looked like hair. it was short curly hair. and we complained about it. so the manager came and looked at it for a quick second and quickly dismissed it as a fiber of some vegetable and when we asked for our money back because we sincerely didn't believe it to have been just that, he then took his pen and poked the chicken with it and then picked up the hair with his bare hand and said it wasn't hair and that we will not get our money back since she's already eaten half the food. and then just wipe his hand on his apron with the hair on it. omg wtf is the matter with this mutha!

:lol: :haha:

Berlin_Calling
Jul 25th, 2003, 06:59 PM
I remember eating a burger at school during lunch. I was half way done with it when the meat i bit seemed a little tough and I was pulling it with my teeth. I looked and saw this monstrously long hair I guess from one of the lunchladies :sad:. It was fuckin nasty, they should keep their hair nets on next time :mad:

decemberlove
Jul 25th, 2003, 07:02 PM
I remember eating a burger at school during lunch. I was half way done with it when the meat i bit seemed a little tough and I was pulling it with my teeth. I looked and saw this monstrously long hair I guess from one of the lunchladies :sad:. It was fuckin nasty, they should keep their hair nets on next time :mad:

ewwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww

thats why i ALWAYS brown-bagged it

Berlin_Calling
Jul 25th, 2003, 07:09 PM
ewwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww

thats why i ALWAYS brown-bagged it

I wish I could, but you cant brown bag at a boarding school :o. The food isnt bad actually, only that one incident harmed me mentally...:sad:

azza
Jul 25th, 2003, 07:16 PM
is 1 pound like 1 dollar :o

Nikki
Jul 25th, 2003, 09:39 PM
A McDonalds near where I live had a complaint from a lady who ate part of her burger & thought it tasted funny, so she sent it away to the food hygiene people & they did some test on it only to discover the different samples of semen in it.

All the blokes had to have a dna test. Haven't heard anymore about it though.

CC
Jul 25th, 2003, 11:33 PM
:help: :awww:

JoeyWinson3.0
Jul 25th, 2003, 11:38 PM
By the way if anyone says here that they had a McChicken Sandwich with a cyst in it, its false, it cannot possibly happen and is an urban legend.

Although many other things can happen, I've never had a Chicken and Mushroom Pukka Pie since after what my old sociology teacher said who used to work there.

Snuffkin
Jul 26th, 2003, 12:08 AM
A well-known fast fooderie (don't name names...don't want my ass sued either but it has something to do with Golden Arches) in the locale had to close down a couple of years ago. I have no idea how it was discovered, but it transpired that someone had added an extra ingredient of their very own to a vanilla milkshake. The extra ingredient wasn't detectable by sight because it blended in rather easily. But, it was found out and the branch was subsequently closed and hasn't re-opened.

Julian
Jul 26th, 2003, 02:09 AM
Wow these stories are makin me rethink everytime I go out to eat now! lol But prolly the nastiest one for me was finding a band-aid in my slice of pizza!! Not naming the pizza store though...

Keith
Jul 26th, 2003, 05:02 AM
My friend used to work in a movie theatre and one night she let me in for a free movie. Then she had to make popcorn for the next day. We put toenails, fingernails, spit, hair and anything else we could find in it. Yum!

My mother was a waitress for a long time and she told me that one customer pissed her off so much, that she gave him a spoon that she had just rubbed in her unfreshest area.

Keith
Jul 26th, 2003, 05:03 AM
I think we have a high tolerance for bacteria and nasty stuff in food because we eat it all the time. The only "safe" food is the food you grow and prepare yourself.

Miss Thang
Jul 26th, 2003, 05:10 AM
We were drivin down south and stop at rest stop to eat at Friendlys and I seen a mouse runnin round. I lost my appatite. :mad:

:confused:

Chile Miss Kinda Nice was just bein all proper and ish. ;) I neva can get it straight cuz Home Ec class was a long ass time ago but the dinner fork and salad fork are supposed to be put a certain way on the table and that what she was jokin bout. :cool:

Venus Forever
Jul 26th, 2003, 05:20 AM
This story is rather a stupidty story.

We wanted to order Baked Clams, and we asked the waitress how they prepared them. You know, what spices, what ingedients, what ever.

Her response was: "We bake them."

No duh. :rolleyes:

Lord Chips
Jul 26th, 2003, 06:49 AM
:rolleyes:

I can't believe people believe all these McDonald's/seaman stories. Someone started spreading them about a store I was supposed to transfer too and was a good friend of the manager. The whole thing was rubbish. To be able to releave yourself and get to the milkshake machine without any dripping onto the ground is impossible. (No I havent tried it before you ask)

I've quit McDonald's now and have no loyalties to them, I just have a loyalty to the manager who helped me and is now struggling to find a new job (head office wanted him out so they gave him a store they knew was going to close) because of a stupid and completly untrue rumour

Dymension
Jul 26th, 2003, 11:09 AM
A local Chinese shop had to close down after the authorities found a dead cat in the freezer and some portions of the cat in the deep fryer.

Dymension
Jul 26th, 2003, 11:10 AM
And I wondered why they're food tasted so good :p ;)

Lord Chips
Jul 26th, 2003, 12:03 PM
Me neither, David. I mean, it must be pretty difficult to disguise a seaman in a burger, even if he was a midget seaman... ;) :pI cnta slple

gentenaire
Jul 26th, 2003, 01:14 PM
Me neither, David. I mean, it must be pretty difficult to disguise a seaman in a burger, even if he was a midget seaman... ;) :p

Waiter, there's a moustache in my burger!

alexusjonesfan
Jul 26th, 2003, 01:35 PM
Waiter, there's a moustache in my burger!

and it's wearing baggy white pants and just called my mother a whore! :eek:

Miss Thang
Jul 26th, 2003, 02:23 PM
i don't do fast foods and rarely eat out unless i'm out of town or absolutely can't help it. home cooked meals and your own garden are the safest route to go, really.

Miss DeeDee girrrllllllllllllllll I bet they a ounce of fat on u Miss Healthy. I bet u don't even smoke or drink huh? :worship:

gentenaire
Jul 26th, 2003, 02:28 PM
I don't like fast food either, but I do eat out quite a few times. There are so many fantastic restaurants in this town, there's no way I can prepare food as delicious as in those restaurants.

And when it comes to salmonella, it's actually better not to eat vegetables from your own garden (pregnant women are adviced not to eat homegrown veggies!).