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By Anonymous - / Tuesday 25 September 2018 12:00 /
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By  Zekfen  |  17

You know, I used to think the same way as you did about the hot coffee lawsuit. But then I read about it. The issue wasn’t just that the coffee was too hot, McDonalds didn’t put the lid on well, which is what caused it to spill. McDonalds also made the coffee and kept it heated at 50 degrees over recommended/normal coffee with the idea that it would cool down to normal temps during a commute or adding creamer.

You should do some research into the case, it is actually really interesting :)

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  Zekfen  |  17

You know, I used to think the same way as you did about the hot coffee lawsuit. But then I read about it. The issue wasn’t just that the coffee was too hot, McDonalds didn’t put the lid on well, which is what caused it to spill. McDonalds also made the coffee and kept it heated at 50 degrees over recommended/normal coffee with the idea that it would cool down to normal temps during a commute or adding creamer.

You should do some research into the case, it is actually really interesting :)

By  ohsnapword  |  20

"Sir, does being this stupid some naturally or does it take practice?"

By  RichardPencil  |  25

The customer is always right.

Was he talking about “spicy hot” or “temperature hot?” If he asked for one and received the other, he’d have a right to be pissed. It’s unfortunate that the English language uses the word “hot” for two ideas that intersect in food.

By  AShrikeStrikes  |  9

I find it interesting that everyone's first assumption is the guy's stupid rather than he's being devious and trying to find an excuse for a lawsuit which is something becoming more and more common sadly.

By  DanielleinDC  |  31

I hope you ban this guy from the store. He asked for hot fries and he got them. And if they're too hot when he starts to eat them, an amazing thing happens when you get hot fries: They eventually cool down.

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