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(The Irish News)   Chicken nugget gets launched into space with temperatures of minus 60C to celebrate supermarkets 50th anniversary, returns via parachute back to the frozen food department   (irishnews.com) divider line
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2020-10-18 10:24:06 AM  
It doesn't look like it came back down in Wales.
 
2020-10-18 12:25:09 PM  
The breaded snack took just under two hours to reach 110,000ft (33,528m) above the Earth.

So about 1/3 of the way to anything which could be considered "space". Congratulations on lifting your nugget into the upper atmosphere. Now stop wasting helium.
 
2020-10-18 3:15:20 PM  
Chicken Nuggets Vine
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2020-10-18 3:29:14 PM  

Ivo Shandor: The breaded snack took just under two hours to reach 110,000ft (33,528m) above the Earth.

So about 1/3 of the way to anything which could be considered "space". Congratulations on lifting your nugget into the upper atmosphere. Now stop wasting helium.


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2020-10-18 3:41:50 PM  
McDonalds "Mixed Up McStory" commercial (1985)
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Now I'm going to eat you Muwahahhaha
 
2020-10-18 3:49:32 PM  
stumbled on this a couple hours ago on Twitter, and it belongs here

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2020-10-18 7:43:49 PM  
they run out of potatos again?

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