Because the McDonald's ice-cream machines are always broken. Elsewhere. You just went to one of the ones that worked.As a Malaysian, I never understood the "McDonald's ice-cream machine is always broken" thing.
They always have McSundaes and McFlurries whenever I want...
LOL, stumbled upon this reply on a post about how every DCEU actor besides Gal Gadot and Jason Momoa is gone now for one reason or another.
Not gonna lie, that is EXACTLY the impression DC has made on me during these years. It really does feel like that's how their movies have gotten greenlit.
I read one article written by a staff about how the cleaning takes "four hours a day" and they always tell customers the machine as "broken" while trying to clean.These machines go through a routine cycle which involves heat treating the ice cream to a certain temp to pasteurize it, but the cycle fails, and the machine spits out a code on the screen that's absolute gibberish. It doesn't allow for other operations of the machine until the cycle goes through successfully, but it can't be done successfully because it always fails, and the machine provides no actionable information to say why it failed, except maybe the machine was either too full or not full enough so it didn't reach the required mandated temperature to finish the cycle.
This is very true. The mistake people tend to make is thinking of "past" interactions. Instead of considering what comes next. Bad memories can get in the way of that.motivation follows action
My daughter agrees with you. She's 9 months old.I state that if someone wants something then they have to say it like they mean it. --
Give someone exactly what they thought they wanted and suddenly they change their minds.
Kids probably know it better to be honest. People forget to play. But it's such an important skill.My daughter agrees with you. She's 9 months old.
Seriously talking, I mostly agree with you. You want it? Do something about it.
Agreed to this as well. I've been thinking a lot how much she has taught me during this months. Of putting things to perspective, of speaking up when you need to, of persistence and innocence and love and empathy and...Kids probably know it better to be honest.
I don't know how it works, to be honest.I’m fairly certain you can’t actually copyright a name like that.