The quiz is US fast food restaurants, so that is to be expected. It’s one of a few quizzes where I would love to see a split in answers from those takers who are North American based and those from the ROW.
cheese curds for the win
Plus, in all countries BUT the USA, Wendy's does NOT sell burgers. It's a doughnut place here in Australia.
I'm not sure I feel sorry about it...
They are terrible but they are in every busy tourist/shopping location in America.
But to get out of your backyard to learn about fast food chains? Nah. Away from your screens and into your backyard, yes. There is a ton of information just in your backyard. I think most people can only name a hand full of flowers and insects that are there (if they havent all tiled it over, like what seems to be all the rage the last few years..) let alone know stuff about it. The life of an ant, you can spend hours just watching the ant and learning from it.
Like 0,00000001% know where/what ladybug/bird come from. ( I've asked many people, shown their immature state) No one seem to know, the whole other life they lived before. While weirdly, butterflies and caterpillars are common knowledge.
Like, of COURSE it's gonna be harder for you if you're not American. What is the point of commenting that? It always seems like the non-Americans on here want a cookie for...not being American??
Though I have noticed an increase over the last few years, I remember seeing starbucks for the first time I think it was amsterdam station (during the build of north south line, when stores were outside the station). I just looked it up interestingly first store was 8 years ago (conceptstore), but since 2002 the distribution centre for all of Europe has been in amsterdam. Took a while to join in I guess.
but the point I was going to was, since a month or 2 you can buy dunkin donuts donuts in our supermarket.
You scored 22/50 = 44%
This beats or equals 73.5% of test takers
The average score is 17
Your high score is 22
only 36 percent of ppl got it right :p
Meanwhile the Tim Hortons invasion continues, with major cities in America, Britain and China falling to inferior coffee, lukewarm tea and creative interpretations of what a sandwich is.
McDonads, Starbucks (uncommon), Wendy's (very uncommon), Burger King , Dunkin' Donuts , Subway , Dominos, Pizza Hut , KFC and Baskin-Robbins (rare). Some of them serve purely vegetarian food. Paneer variants of many burgers are present.
Popeye's is a bit of an exception and has pollock and I think (sometimes? seasonally?) catfish, popcorn shrimp and that's a lot for a fast food menu (it's pretty good).
I still got 25/50, mainly thanks to my prior trips to the USA.
Would be interesting to have another quiz based on worldwide statistics. Although most of the top ten would be similar, I guess.
they have pretty good burgers tho ngl
My speculation is that Crumbl is basically built around a scheme to make money on franchisers paying franchise fees (and then taking all the risk and going bankrupt when demand flags).
It's an appealing franchise startup because they're literally taking the cookie baking oven from Subway and making a business out of it. So the "build out" doesn't involve anything but installing a very spare countertop, a few tablets and a couple of pieces of kitchen furniture. No actual kitchen required, staff doesn't need any special skills, etc. So they can flood the market at this time with a lot of growth on the back of franchisers.
Crumbl cookies is like any trend, like the cupcake stores were ten years ago and Peace/Love/Donuts were five years ago. People get excited about these big sloppy cookies and they pop up in like an office park or disused strip mall. When the trend fades, they'll go under, but that's on the franchisers; Crumbl's made its money.
I like Jimmy John's, but the last time I went, a group of five literal clowns ordered sandwiches with too much sauce. The whole experience was very uncanny.
It's okay. It's "better" Burger King like In-N-Out is "better" McDonald's.
I got the top 9 + 2 more and thats about all I know. From the results there are about 5 I have heared of.
fast food chains are not common in Germany apart from the very big ones
(Yes, I know that the desription says
"Try to name the 50 most popular fast food restaurants in the United States"
but you wouldn't even need any description at all if the title was extended to include those three little words.)
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