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Fast Food workers reveal the things you should definitely never order

Ordering fast food is pretty much akin to playing Russian roulette with you dietary system: the bullets are deep fried chips, your blood the tomato sauce, and the emotional burden you leave your family with is the instant weight gain.

Well your odds have now improved, thanks largely to Ask Reddit group ‘Fast food workers: what should we never order from you’, which has seen tens of current and ex- employees anonymously filling us in.

(Junk) food for thought.

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