Why? Are They Going to Work Twice As Hard?

Posted on December 7, 2012 4:00 pm

In New York City, a group of protesting McDonald’s workers demanded that their pay be doubled to $15 an hour.

Great idea, guys. Have a Twinkie.

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9 Responses to “Why? Are They Going to Work Twice As Hard?”

  1. Marc says:

    The McDonald’s restaurants around here have a difficult time getting my drive through order correct. I would say that if they have the same issues in NYC they should have their pay docked. When I my order gets messed up I get frustrated but have to remind myself that if they were more competent they would probably be working someplace else for a better wage.

  2. plentyobailouts says:

    Lets see, you can make change, and can not even fix a burger without a picture, yet you “feeeeel” that you have worth. Shut up and mop.

  3. Tim says:

    Passing Twinkies out at strikes might be an amusing thing to do.

  4. Steel Turman says:

    If you could find ‘em.

  5. Jim says:

    Sure we’ll pay you wice what you’re making now, however we can afford to pay only half as many of you. Part of that pay raise is for you to decide who stays and who goes.

    Hilarity ensues

  6. NoMoBama says:

    Why? Are They Going to Work Twice As Hard?

    nothin times 2 is still nothin.

  7. Jimmy says:

    The thing about Twinkies is that when you pass them, they still look the same.

  8. Iowa Jim says:

    The audience for that protest probably consisted largely of Hispanic immigrants who are eager to work for half what the McDonald’s employees are being paid.

  9. John S says:

    At my restaurant job they’ve already doubled my workload with no raise in pay. Much like Obama’s strategy for negotiating the “fiscal cliff.”

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