James: I'm starving.
Cody: So am I. But we don't have much money.
James: We have enough for McDonald's.
Cody: That would be great. I could eat a Big Mac set.
James: Sounds good. Are we going, then?
Cody: Sure. I know what I'm going to have.
James: What's that?
Cody: A Fillet-o-Fish set. It's not quite so fatty
as a Big Mac.
James: Well if you want low-fat food you'd best go someplace else. High calories, low nutrition, that's McDonalds.
Cody: Yea, well they taste pretty good, don't they?
James: The unhealthy stuff usualy does. Hey, I think we'll have to go upstairs, there's no space here.
Cody: OK. There's plenty of room up here, and
it's no smoking in McDonald's.
James: You stay here, and I'll go order.
Cody: Take your time! I'm hungry but I'm tired as well.
James (returns): OK. Fish for you, Big Mac for me. That's what you wanted, right?
Cody: That's great. They do a lot of different things now, don't they? There are pasta salads, Mexican burgers, all sorts of things. I remember that in Japan you could buy teriyaki burgers and everything. meals.
James: Yes, I expect there are variations in other countries, things like noodles and even curry perhaps. Anyway, I'm going to have an apple pie or McFlurry afterwards.
Cody: Well, if you do, I will too. That will keep us going for a while.
James: Yup, McDonald's sure helps when your short on time and money.
Cody: And it's a great place to meet your friends too. Hey, look over there! - It's Karen!