one of each September 29, 2008 McDonald’s has two new flavors of McFlurry, Mudpie and Berries. Steev was standing in line to order. The situation was quite chaotic at the takeout counter because the two servers were temps who didn’t have a clue how to handle lines. Finally it was our turn. Server (signaling to Steev): Yes? Steev (pointing to signboard): McFlurry, one of each. Server (leaning across counter): Yes? Steev (pointing to signboard): McFlurry, one of each. Server: What flavor? Steev: One of each. By now, it’s quite obvious this very simple expression is lost on our two teenaged servers (one of the girls goes to Raine’s school)!! Me: One Mudpie, one Berries. That’s what they needed to hear! The exact words. No phrases, expressions or indirect references please! And people are still fighting for less English to be used in the school curriculum! If you enjoyed this post, follow me on Twitter and Pinterest for more Hip posts like this. You can even hire me to write for you.If you enjoyed this post, follow me on Twitter and Pinterest for more Hip posts like this. You can even hire me to write for you. Previous of cheap thrills and engine oil Newer we need a simple plan for learning the guitar You May Also Like The receptionist and the food seller June 12, 2018 Movin’ on up November 5, 2019 Meeting Briyani for the second time September 4, 2018 5 Comments Renée aka Mekhismom September 29, 2008 at 2:27 am Seems like they are not familiar with the basics. Seems pretty basic – one of each. Oh well. I guess they will get it eventually. Lydia September 29, 2008 at 6:54 am These sound yummy! Thanks for stopping by. Hope to see you again. clair September 29, 2008 at 9:26 am @renee Looks like it’s not basic enough. @lydia *waves* mommy to chumsy September 30, 2008 at 10:01 pm *pengsan* rachel October 2, 2008 at 8:39 pm I remember having a similar problem when I wanted milk as a drink with my meal. They didn’t seem to understand the word milk, I wonder if they were just too use dto people asking for coke.