Filthy Commoner pioneered it’s “Cheeseburger Scale” for the most accurate display of fast food quality.
The Cheeseburger is the first evolution of modern fast food and a perfect basis for the quality of a meal. On a scale of one to five cheeseburgers an experience can be dissected and rightfully rated. Here’s some more detail on the breakdown:
1 Cheeseburger (decent)
It was a meal. It was cheap. That’s it.
Example: Ate a quick #2 at McDonalds at the mall. Mmmm.
2 Cheeseburgers (alright)
It was a special meal at a good price. A little something extra.
Example: Ate a Roast Beef at Arby’s and the Curly Fries were fresh out of the fryer.
3 Cheeseburgers (average)
A great experience with good value. Something new was discovered.
Example: White Castle over-delivered with a bonus item we didn’t know we liked but now are in love with.
4 Cheeseburgers (rare)
A four cheeseburger experience wraps multiple special fast-food touches into one experience.
Example: McDonalds had Shamrock shakes in season, the McRib, Fresh out the Fryer Fries, and 15 minute overlap of Breakfast and Lunch Menus when we dined in.
5 Cheeseburgers (extremely rare, holy experience)
Something extraordinary is bequeathed by the God’s of Fast Food to the Filthy Commoner team.
Example: Bar Fight, Celebrity Server, Filthy Commoner 5 Finger Discount, Private Dining Session, Candlelight Dining, etc.