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Wordle, McDonald’s, and the Power of Moderation – Between the Scenes | The Daily Show

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  1. Reminded Me in GTA in the fast food place that's all the guy also say . Anything else

  2. This is why it is so important to have great self dialogue. I dont rely upon the Americans, I just talk to myself. Like Ill tell myself No or talk to myself like a child have a conversation in front of people in a store.

  3. Lord this was once a funny and eye-opening show now it's just "what can we belly-ache about America today" And your whole skit here was just to complain about food service workers doing their job the way they are trained to do? No this show has become nothing but "Trash America Daily"

  4. Reminds me of that scene in “Dude where’s
    my car” where they are at the drive through
    ordering and the employee just keeps
    saying “and then” over and over😆

  5. when he said, "you will need to wait, that's a special order" he aint lying, here we don't care, with the exception of the milkshake machine being broken 8 days out of the week.

  6. Cause America only cares about, lives, dies and breathes by the dollar. Sad but accurate.

  7. If you think Wordle is something, you might try poetry.

  8. I played Wordle once. Once was enough.

    It’s just Mastermind with letters. I burned out on Mastermind 40 years ago.

  9. It's deeply sad, I never see him that serious ever

  10. It’s true what he says about the American fast food franchises. Especially KFC, they just taste better in other countries😅

  11. I broke wordle by changing my computer clock… now I feel bad.

  12. " it's nice to not be able to have as much as you want"

    that was profound, somehow.

  13. We have wordle with 5 and one with 6 words. So we can play twice a day 😀

  14. Wordle is like lockdowns…..It is nice to be restricted. Ha ha…..

  15. What is it with late night hosts playing wordle? First Seth talked about it, now Trevor…hmm.

  16. Restrictions are really valuable.
    If there was no death, life would not be worth living!

  17. "And you guys are doing other experiments…" 😆

  18. In the US it's like "$8 shipping fee unless you add $3 more food to your order."

  19. The McDonald's story reminds me of a time I worked for a Kpop group's north American tour. We had a whole floor rented out at a hotel and I was tasked to buy $1000 dollars worth of McDonald's and set it up by the elevator at the hotel. I had to borrow the luggage carrier from the hotel to transfer all the food.

  20. My crypto mentor Mr Owen Hunt, you may have come across him on a few interviews I invested $3000 last two weeks and it profited me $11,410 a higher success.

  21. I like how these people are like Wordle Wordle… but those of who grew up on Lingo, be like this is the same game!

  22. McDonalds is trash no matter what country it's in.

  23. Yeah some realtalk love that greetings from Austrija

  24. Wordle has 5, 6 and 7 letter words each day. I like that it doesn't keep me hooked in. I was hoping Trevor was going to share how the food was different in a McDonald's in South Africa but I liked the cashier giving him and his friend guff about how much they were ordering.

  25. Senator Paul you don't know what you are talking about

  26. 🌀🌎
    please teach your supporters how to:
    -fire police by reporting them
    -collect presentable evidence for police
    -display presentable evidence to police
    -civilly disobey police
    -talk to psych ward physicians
    -maintain several streams of income

  27. think some dating apps are doing the same. Still can't get dates unless you look like a model though

  28. “I’ll have 2 number 9s, a number 9 large, a number 6 with extra dip, a number 7, 2 number 45s, one with cheese, and a large soda.”

  29. We lived in Venezuela 1991-2000 and the McDonalds had armed guards with rifles.

  30. Many years ago my son and I were grocery shopping. As the clerk scanned the 4 cokes & 4 Mt Dews (2 liter bottles) she said "oh, someone is having a party". My son looks at her like she just grew a 3rd arm and he says "no. He drinks coke, I drink Mt Dew". The clerk was so embarrassed I bet she never made small talk with a customer again ha ha 😎

  31. I (an American) was in China for three weeks with a Brit, a Canadian, and a South African and after two weeks of only eating (delicious) Chinese food we were all a little homesicK. So we went to McDonalds. And I know there are downsides to globalism, but there was something heartwarming about the fact that, even though we were from a bunch of different countries, we could all go to this one place and share a meal and it tasted like “home” for all of us.

  32. I have had at least 10 occasions where I was judged by the person at the window and only sometimes were they right.

  33. U can go home to Africa, but can't come to Baltimore.

  34. That is so true they make sure that you get what you need at the end of it there's no restriction 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

  35. A theme keeps popping up in my head when hearing others discuss the world: "empathy has to keep up with technology". The human experience cannot be improved by technology if technology and convenience and media just consume us, distract us, and blind us. Moderation is just a microcosm of this, empathy for the self or the other is saying "that's too much food". Technology exceeding empathy is asking "anything else, sir?"

  36. It’s like that in Japan…..they eat McDonalds completely different and McDonald’s is also where students meet up with tutors. So there are long desk tops around the restaurant with USB ports and outlets.

  37. People and society in general have totally forgotten that doing whatever you want is not in favour of us humans. But people are not ready for that convo and will use the freedom tag

  38. I remember Dude Where's My Car
    "And Thennnnnnn…..And Thennnnnn?…..

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