When I was a kid, I struggled with pronouncing “booger” and “burger” differently. Eating my McDonald’s booger was NOT what I meant at all.
Needless to say, I got laughed at by other kids. A lot.
Thankfully, my kindergarten teacher, Ms. McDaniels, helped me enunciate the difference between the two so I could stop being the laughing stock of all those booger-eating brats.
The popular BURGER joint Red Robin is giving back in appreciation of all the hard work teachers do — including saving children from their own folly — by celebrating the end of the school year with a meal on the house.
On June 5, teachers can get a free Tavern double burger and bottomless steak fries at participating Red Robin locations.
How Teachers Can Score Their Free Red Robin Burger
Any teacher, educational professional or school administrator with a valid ID can nab this free offer without any purchase or strings attached.
Just show up on Tuesday, June 5, and pick from one of five $6.99 Tavern burger options for dine-in or in-restaurant to-go and enjoy the fruits — or beef — of your labor. Just no boogers. Those get left in the classroom.
Teachers deserve every token of appreciation they can get, so share this freebie with your favorite teacher.
And to Ms. McDaniels, wherever you are, thank you.
Stephanie Bolling is a staff writer at The Penny Hoarder. She has eaten both boogers and burgers.
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