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Ordering food is a game of chance

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It’s like a game. A surprise of sorts.

I sometimes tell people, “When I pick up my food at a restaurant drive-thru window, it’s interesting to see how close the food preparers get to what I actually ordered.”

Earlier this week, I ordered a chicken sandwich with no pickle and mustard added. It showed on the screen that I ordered the sandwich with mayonnaise added, and also ordered a soda. I let the mysterious voice listening to my order know I did not want a combo meal.

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