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Guide to Proper Etiquette at Fast Food Restaurants by Nathalie Quagliotto

Submitted by on March 18, 2008 – 9:19 pm

Guide to Fast Food

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About : Food restaurants share similar formats and functions of production for their customers in order to serve people better. These are created for efficient and fast access to ordering food and eating. But what kind of characteristics and relations do these offer for a paying customer?
With fourteen chapters in point form, this step-by-step guide gives you the experience of being the perfect Fast Food customer. The instructions that you will read about comment on proper habit, behavior, and relations that one could present to another person. Proper etiquette is necessary when communicating and relating to others in the public. Any person interested in the socialization of Fast Food culture can use this guide worldwide.

Published March 2008

Nathalie Quagliotto is an Italian Canadian artist. She has received her BFA from Concordia University in 2007 and is currently in the MFA program at the University of Waterloo investigating conceptualism and relational practices. This coming summer she will be apprenticing with the British artist Martin Creed.

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guide to proper etiquette at fast food restaurants is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 2.5 Australia License

2 comments - Latest by:
  • Hamster
    I don't really know why, but I found the guide fascinating and hilarious. Actually, I do know…
    Comment posted on 9-25-2009 at 23:17
  • Guide to Etiquette « Anarchaeology
    [...] Fast Food restaurants share similar formats and functions of production for their customers in order to serve people better.…
    Comment posted on 4-10-2008 at 17:47