posted on Jan, 30 2006 @ 02:20 AM
If you are...
a) unfamiliar with the menu, and need some time to peruse;
b) needing to discuss the upcoming order with several people in your vehicle; or
c) not really sure what you want, and would like to let the wheels in your head spin for a few minutes
PARK YOUR $%# CAR AND WALK YOUR LAZY BEHIND INTO THE #^@ RESTAURANT.
Chances are you could use the exercise (not that I'm casting stones... I could use plenty of exercise myself).
You may peruse and discuss the menu at your leisure, reach a final decision, and THEN get in line to place your order.
But drive-thrus are predicated on the notion of swiftness. One is in a hurry, and doesn't have the time to physically enter and exit an
establishment. But if you're sitting at the speaker contemplating your order for five minutes, time obviously isn't an issue for you. You're just