It's getting so that you can't even buy a burger without being asked to comment on the experience. For example, this survey appeared on my laptop this week:Thank you for your recent visit to Baby Burger, America's first and best choice for pre-chewed burgers® By answering a few brief questions, you can help us continue to be the leader in introducing infants to America's favorite food, and in allowing senior citizens to enjoy burgers thru their golden years.
Did you choose Baby Burger primarily for: your baby, grandchild or great grandchild? your parent, grandparent or great grandparent? a toothless infant or senior unrelated to you? yourself or your significant senior other?
Did your order include: a burger in a bowl? a burger in a bottle? strained fries? mashed Alaskan cod?
Was your baby burger order pre-chewed to your baby's (or senior's) preferred consistency? _______
If our Baby Burger character Gerber Burger was in the restaurant handing out balloon burgers, did your infant or senior guest find him: delightful? a bit creepy? terrifying?
Not long after I dutifully responded, I received this message:
Thank you for providing feedback on your recent visit to Baby Burger, baby's first choice for pre-chewed burgers.
We know your time is valuable, and we are grateful that you took the time to complete our questionnaire.
Please help us evaluate our questionnaire by answering these few brief questions:
On a scale of 1 to 10, with 1 being the worst questionnaire you have ever completed, and 10 being the best, please rate Baby Burger's questionnaire. _____