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By  Baustigt  |  40

This is actually beneficial to you. Now you can make up whatever story you want about how the accident occurred, because no-one can tell you're lying. OP: "This was actually your fault. I was on the correct side of the road the whole time." Other party: *looks for pants on fire* Well, I guess that must be true."

By  Tarlachia  |  32

Honestly YDI. Who the hell goes driving and thinks that maybe not having a pair of pants could be a bad idea? Also, do you not realize that those McDonald's people don't want to see your Barney the dinosaur boxers? No wonder they want $15/hr. They'll need it to get psychiatric help.

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By  atradr  |  8

How embarassing. Not about your clothing situation, but the fact you're in a McDonald's drive-thru.

By  Tarlachia  |  32

Honestly YDI. Who the hell goes driving and thinks that maybe not having a pair of pants could be a bad idea? Also, do you not realize that those McDonald's people don't want to see your Barney the dinosaur boxers? No wonder they want $15/hr. They'll need it to get psychiatric help.

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  Lalala579121  |  25

I don't exactly think that drive-thru people are going to be looking into your car and looking at what kind of pants you're wearing. But still is it really that difficult to put on some pants?

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  mariri9206  |  31

While I agree with the YDI - because you should, at least, put on pants, even pajama pants would do - I can tell you, as someone who works at a drive thru (for a different corporation), you're not really looking at their pants - you're looking at their face while also taking the next persons order while payment is processing or counting out their change and getting straws and napkins and the similar last minute things ready with/for their order. Bonus info: if the car is a giant SUV or truck, you can't see their waist.

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  codyolimason  |  12

Also the guy lives in Australia as far as I know it's the employees in America who want 15 dollars an hour which by the way is allot closer to a living wage (you know the wage where you're above poverty(my understanding of it)) then what they get now

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  mariri9206  |  31

Again, 16, we're not even focusing on your bottoms or even your clothes, in general. We're focused on other things such as payment, change, getting your order ready, taking the next person's order. Even when it's not busy, the last thing I'm thinking about or looking at are your clothes.

By  Baustigt  |  40

This is actually beneficial to you. Now you can make up whatever story you want about how the accident occurred, because no-one can tell you're lying. OP: "This was actually your fault. I was on the correct side of the road the whole time." Other party: *looks for pants on fire* Well, I guess that must be true."

By  Lalala579121  |  25

Unless you were driving with your eyes closed (which I really hope you weren't), you'd be seeing people regardless of the state of your pants. The bigger issue here is people seeing you. I think it's time to take a look at yourself in the mirror if you're too lazy to take a minute to put on some pants any time you'd be going outside.

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  species4872  |  17

You do realize that here in Oz most of us drive around like that.

By  species4872  |  17

You guy's be surprised by how many people drive around in their pajamas, underwear, naked, gorilla suits etc.

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