Every fast-food restaurant has a #1. It's generally their signature meal=deal. Buger King's #1 is a Whopper, fries, and a coke. You get the idea.
I eat a lot of #1 meals. I can't leave the office for lunch, and I have several kind folks who, when they're running out for lunch, ask if they can bring me something. "A #1", I reply as I hand them some cash. It doesn't matter much what restaurant, they've always got a #1 on the menu board.
While thinking about this topic this morning, I see that fast-food giant McDonalds is in the news. It seems that for reasons totally their own, they decided to gratuitously insult the President.
Heh! Small hands, huh? That's pretty much uncalled for, and McD's executive suite might take a moment and look at the idiot running their Twitter account. That account, by the way, was almost immediately hacked. I'm sure that's a coincidence.
I don't see anyone calling for a boycott. Too many local jobs at stake to worry about something like that, and I'd rather eat at Burger King anyway. But, you'd think that the Twitter executive at McD's would have better things to do than just gratuitously insult elected officials for no good reason.
It's probably time to find that person a real job. Like running the fry rack at one of the local restaurants.