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Old Jun 25, 2015, 02:43 PM   #1
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I decided I wanted a sundae. Burgur King is on my way to my next work order. I am looking over their menu and on the "Sides" menu I see 10 piece chicken nuggets for $1.49, regular price, think to my self not bad price. Then under that is 20 peice nugget at regular price, $5.99---- WTF?
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10 piece for $1.49? That's gotta be wrong.
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You shouldn't be eating that many nuggets. They have your health in mind. Good job Bk
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I'm most concerned that you'd want a chicken nugget sundae.
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Old Jun 25, 2015, 02:59 PM   #5
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I'm most concerned that you'd want a chicken nugget sundae.


The sides and desert were on the same menu board, so that is why I not noticed it.
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hey if chicken and waffles work, why not chicken and chocolate sauce
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Old Jun 25, 2015, 03:05 PM   #7
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hey if chicken and waffles work, why not chicken and chocolate sauce
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I decided I wanted a sundae. Burgur King is on my way to my next work order. I am looking over their menu and on the "Sides" menu I see 10 piece chicken nuggets for $1.49, regular price, think to my self not bad price. Then under that is 20 peice nugget at regular price, $5.99---- WTF?
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10 piece for $1.49? That's gotta be wrong.
It isn't if the 10 piece nuggets are about half the size as the 20 piece ones.
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I think that may be a competition thing. McDonalds is doing the same exact thing.
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It's called a sale. I saw the advertisement.
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Get a frosty from Wendy's and a dollar menu order of fries. They're perfect for dipping in the frosty.

*******g right... of mcd's shakes and stuff small bits of fries in your shake straw... WINNING
Went through mcd DT the other day, i think the menu had something like 20pc for $10.
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I saw the same thing today. 10 nuggets for $1.49.
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I saw the same thing today. 10 nuggets for $1.49.
Those and fries make a pretty good meal for $4. Not getting into the whole fast food us garbage argument. I've had them, their not bad. Just don't go there every day.
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*******g right... of mcd's shakes and stuff small bits of fries in your shake straw... WINNING
Went through mcd DT the other day, i think the menu had something like 20pc for $10.
That's fking gross. It's like the people who bacon wrap and fry twinkies. You just don't combine some foods.

... And before you ask, yes, I've tried the Wendy's thing before. Nasty.
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10 piece for $1.49? That's gotta be wrong.
Its correct.. they've been running a commercial about the pricing of their nuggets.

From what I understand they are also two different types of nuggets for those prices. 1.49 for new nuggets and the higher price for the regular nuggets.
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That's fking gross. It's like the people who bacon wrap and fry twinkies. You just don't combine some foods.

... And before you ask, yes, I've tried the Wendy's thing before. Nasty.
wtf are bacon fry wrap twinkies..
Yeah the fry shake thing is a love or hate type of thing, just something aboot it tastest good. Salt/sweet?
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wtf are bacon fry wrap twinkies..
Yeah the fry shake thing is a love or hate type of thing, just something aboot it tastest good. Salt/sweet?
Salt + Sweet ftw. I like potato chips and chocolate. Epic.
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Its correct.. they've been running a commercial about the pricing of their nuggets.

From what I understand they are also two different types of nuggets for those prices. 1.49 for new nuggets and the higher price for the regular nuggets.
It makes sense now. At first it didn't seem right because lettuce said it was regular price. Didn't know there was a sale going on.
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It makes sense now. At first it didn't seem right because lettuce said it was regular price. Didn't know there was a sale going on.
Its a completely different nugget from their regular ones.. consider it a budget nugget.
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Old Jun 25, 2015, 10:21 PM   #26
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Its a completely different nugget from their regular ones.. consider it a budget nugget.
On their website they make no mention of different size or type of chicken nuggets (only the limited time sale price of $1.49 for the 10pc). They offer 4, 6, 10, and 20 piece. The nutritional info reflects them all using the same size nugget. They're not supposed to be smaller nuggets than what you usually get AFAIK.
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Old Jun 25, 2015, 10:23 PM   #27
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Old Jun 25, 2015, 11:09 PM   #28
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Its a completely different nugget from their regular ones.. consider it a budget nugget.
I tried these a while ago, they are truly a budget nugget as they really dont taste to good, I would put them in line with how alot of cheap frozen dinners end up tasting.
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It makes sense now. At first it didn't seem right because lettuce said it was regular price. Didn't know there was a sale going on.
I thought it was regular price because there was no indication anywhere in the store they were having a sale. There were No banners, nothing on their Marque, nothing to draw people's attention to the sale unless they were looking at the "Sides" Menu to notice the price.
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