The Cartoon Carte du Jour Highlights Some Surprisingly Strange Take-Out Meals

By: Amelia Roblin - Mar 26, 2016
References: whatshouldwedraw.tumblr & likecool
It is typically the smaller mom and pop restaurants that have secret menu items for their beloved regulars, but here, two guys imagine what dishes you could order from some of the most successful businesses out there––and not all are in the fast food industry.

Nathan Yaffe and Caldwell Tanner suggest that if you ask for an 'Idaho Wild' at McDonald's, you'll get a breakfast sandwich with hash browns for buns; at Burger King, a 'Dunk Me Daddy' will get you a hamburger that's been deep-fried in french fry oil. An 'Olympic Style' drink from Starbucks would come without mustard in it, and borderline-edible specials are even described from Staples and Lowe's.

This comic special menu is a comment on the absence of personalization, humor and politically incorrectness in large retail and food chains. While many consumers would like to see this personality shine through, these big businesses may be more likely to succeed in the way that they're currently marketing and operating.