Last Call- That Seems Like and Easy Choice Edition


When McDonalds was founded, the corporation’s goal was that no matter where you were, you could still count on the food tasting the same. That’s a brilliant solution to the variability of road food, but kind of defeats the purpose of going places and experiencing new and different things. 

These two roadside restaurants not only give you a choice of flavors, but as noted in their names, quality as well. Maybe the Golden Arches should take the same route and re-brand themselves as Meh-Donalds?

Last Call indicates the end of Hooniverse’s broadcast day. It’s meant to be an open forum for anyone and anything. Thread jacking is not only accepted, it’s encouraged. 

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19 responses to “Last Call- That Seems Like and Easy Choice Edition”

  1. vwminispeedster Avatar

    THREAD JACK—— Jim 2, Dad had a Phaeton in the shop today (door moulding fix) and did indeed confirm the ash trays opened at differing rates. I suspect it will be back soon to correct this horrible oversight.

  2. Syrax Avatar

    And if you've ever been in another country you KNOW McDonald's are very different in all of them.

  3. Alff Avatar

    In Oklahoma, the choice ain't so obvious.
    Off topic but oh, so right…

    1. sporty88au Avatar

      That is pretty cool. I had to look twice at the photo of the floor – at first it looked like there was nothing under the wooden slats (one step above a Flintstones car).

  4. Van_Sarockin Avatar

    To me, it is an article of religious faith to never eat in a restaurant that features 'Best' or 'Mom's'. The only exception was Mothers, in Boulder, Co. Longhair bikers never slopped up a better dish of huevos rancheros. Ever.

    1. TurboBrick Avatar

      I can see that. I find that with dentists offices and grocery stores the cuter the name the more dodgy the place.

    2. Vairship Avatar

      I'm a little puzzled by a (small) restaurant chain called San Diego Home Cooking ( If you're going to a restaurant, why go to one that tastes just like the food at home?

  5. Preludacris Avatar

    Yesterday I hit the jackpot at Walmart; it was not just OK but definitely excellent. Turns out I stumbled into the toy aisle on the right day for once, and ended up walking out with 5 Hot Wheels. A hoon's haul: Toyota 2000GT, R34 Skyline with minimal rice, jacked up Toyota pickup, my 3rd colorway of the AE-86, and my 5th colorway of the S2000.

    1. JayP2112 Avatar

      Just 5??
      I can't walk out without a dozen.

      1. Preludacris Avatar

        I only buy cars that appeal to me in real life or that have something interesting about them. That cuts out most muscle cars (is my youth showing?), all the cartoony made-up cars, and lot of the exotics. I often leave empty handed.

        1. Macko Avatar

          That's exactly how I feel? Mind sharing your car history?

          1. Preludacris Avatar

            Story time, here goes… actually it's not too long as I'm only on my 3rd car. First was a 1989 Honda Accord which I bought in small-town Iowa; needless to say it was rare in those parts, just enough so that i felt I had something cool. But it was very rusty and when I moved to Canada I had trouble registering it; so I junked it and bough an equally beater '90 Integra sedan. Pretty mundane in these parts but still fun to drive.
            As it started to die around the 450,000 km mark, I bought my current ride, a '91 Prelude. Though not the simplest to work on with its cramped engine bay, it is a very good car and I would give my left nut to have one in new condition.
            So, when I'm looking at die-casts I am always looking for 80s and 90s Japanese models. My favorite finds have been a Maisto EK Civic, the first AE86 I found, all the cars with the JNC logo on them… and also the green BMW 2002 and E30 M3 of course.

  6. Sjalabais Avatar

    Looks like the "excellent" restaurant gets twice the traffic. Fantastic humour!

    1. B72 Avatar

      Makes you wonder if there is an Awful Restaurant hidden somewhere in that alley on the right.

      1. Pidgeonsplatz Avatar

        Or Perhaps a "Bob's "Special Needs Other Boy" Restaurant.

      2. Sjalabais Avatar

        Food on wheels only on fridays.

  7. lilwillie Avatar

    I'd go to the OK before excellent. My expectations would be lower going to OK, then it would be excellent and I'd be all "damn that was good". If I went to excellent and it was OK then I'd be all "damn, I'm never coming here again".

  8. Alff Avatar

    It's in Belize. I think I'd be eating something other than Chinese.

  9. HTWHLS Avatar

    I kept looking around for the "Happy Pretty Beauty Nail Salon."

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