Rooty Tooty Fresh and Fruity

One thing I do not look forward to when I visit the U.S. is the ridiculous names that I’m expected to read off restaurant menus when I want something to eat.  Even when I lived in the U.S., I refused to say things like “Rooty Tooty Fresh and Fruity” or “Moons Over My Hammy.”

One nice thing about Europe is that when I order something, it’s called what it is.  “Sandwich with beets and chevre”.  I don’t have to say something like “Two Red Goats in a Blanket.”

C’mon American breakfast chains.  Give people some dignity!



2 Replies to “Rooty Tooty Fresh and Fruity”

  1. Geraint Isitt

    As long as it tastes okay and doesn’t make me sick, I’m not too concerned over the naming conventions. But yes, it is nice when the product comes as advertised.

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