95629: Why would mcdonalds publish a video like this?
The My Little Pony Killer: Protip: They aren't actually photographic food in those ads.
EnglishChef PolishInventor GermanHumanitarian: ladyfortuna: I don't know if it's just that my local McDs happens to have good assemblers or something, but the first quarter pounder with cheese I'd gotten in years looked pretty damn good sitting in that cardboard box. And it was farking delicious, especially since I'd just come off a week long stomach flu and had hardly eaten anything during that time.I am now especially grateful that that store is not open all night, or I'd be in trouble. Fortunately it's the only one in town.I'd hate to see what your arteries look like.
Ed Becker: Is it just me, or is the "food" actually better when you go to a small town McD's?
The Shatner Incident: I once got a burger from McD's that actually looked like the picture on the menu. I took a picture of it for posterity because I'm pretty sure there is a slim-to-no chance that I will ever eat a burger that looked as advertised ever again. Sure enough, I haven't had one like it since.
Skarekrough: A local nutritionist has a Big Mac under a glass cover in the front of her office. It looks pretty tasty until you realize that it was purchased early last year.
Grables'Daughter: THIS JUST IN: Many of the pictures you see are Photoshopped./my pictures have never been Photoshopped
TWX: I would like to see truth in advertising- I want the burger pictured in the ads to be made by a normal, 19 year old front line cook.
Grables'Daughter: /my pictures have never been Photoshopped
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