I went to Arby's for dinner. They used to have the Regular roast beef sandwich, and the Giant roast beef sandwich. (There was also a Super, but that was just a Giant with lettuce and crap.) Now they have Regular, Medium, and Large. Let's repeat that. There's Regular, and then Medium, which is not the same as Regular, and then Large. "Regular" is the old regular, and "Medium" is the old giant. Large is even bigger. Then, underneath those, they have the labels "big," "bigger," and "biggest," respectively. So, the regular, which used to be called regular, is big, the medium, which used to be called giant, is bigger, and then large, which has no preexisting counterpart, is biggest. Okay, that's clear. But their wrappers still call them by their old names. So, today, I purchased a medium roast beef sandwich, labeled "bigger" on the menu. Not to be confused with a regular roast beef sandwich, of course. It came in a wrapper that said "giant," which is what the cashier called it, even though "giant" was nowhere on the menu.
Good Lord. And people compare about Microsoft's naming. It should have just been Arby's Roast Beef-Based Lunch or Dinner Sandwich 2006 Ultimate À-la-Carte Edition.
And then the cashier damned me to Hell. No, really! He damned me to the depths of Hell. He asked if my officemate or I wanted any ketchup, horsey sauce, Arby's sauce, honey mustard, or barbecue sauce, and we both said no. Then he said, "Well then damn you... damn you both to Hell. Have a great evening!"