Ordering Food, a Poem

The indecisiveness of modern-day man, translated…

I want a tomato cheese burger.

Is the beef from New Zealand or Australia?

Is the tomato fresh?  Is it organic or not?

But, it’s NOT possible, for completely organic foods to exist on this planet.

What?  Don’t you know?  It’s stated online.

Can I get a hot caramel milk tea to go along with my ordered burger?

How about a Lychee Konjac Jelly ice tea?

Can you tell me again, of the promotions today? This biscuit looks nice.

Does it have butter on it?

Oh.

Then, I don’t want the tomato cheese burger now.

Does the veggie ham and egg burger meal include cheese of tater tots?

Who can hold down their “horses” when helping out a customer like this one?  I know I probably would’ve blown up in this person’s face, just make up your mind, man, how H-A-R-D is it, for you, to just PICK something OFF the menus, and, STOP mixing and matching the items already, that, is the problem, when you have too many choices in life.

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