I asked for something simple—a hamburger. It's basically your Cheeseburger—and I'm talking about your regular Cheeseburger, not your Cheeseburger deluxe—without the cheese. I even said I was willing to pay the same price for the Cheeseburger. And yet you insist that there's no such thing as a "hamburger" in your menu. Instead, you point me to another burger in your menu—Burger McDo.
I know what a Burger McDo is, and it is not a hamburger. I don't feel like eating cheese in my burger today. And I don't feel like having your mayo-ketchup sauce in my burger either. I want a plain hamburger, without the cheese, but with the pickle, ketchup, mayo, and onions. And I emphasize the "without the cheese" part.
How hard is it to remove the cheese from your burger? It's just a small slice, damnit. Do you cook your burgers with the cheese in the grill? I doubt.
Don't get me wrong, I enjoy your Cheeseburger sometimes. And I usually have your Burger McDo. But today I'm feeling plain old hamburger, and you tell me you don't have it when clearly you do.
tl;dr: Bring back "Hamburger" in your hamburger store.
Not Feeling Cheese in His Burger Today,
While you're at it, why not create a Double Hamburger in your menu? Or a Double Burger McDo. If this sells, I expect some compensation for the idea.
Why did you remove your McRice burger? I found it extremely delicious.