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Discussion in 'After Hours Lounge (Off Topic)' started by Haggai, Jan 31, 2005.
This is pretty hilarious.
That's good! I was laughing a bit too loudly, considering I'm at work.
Perhaps they were advertising their apple pies instead? -- H
Good one! That banner as is hilarious.
Speaking of McDonald's dollar menu ads, does anybody else HATE the TV ads as much as I do? There's one with the guy and his girlfriend sitting on the hood of his car, and one with the guy at the desk in some office (maybe a DMV) checking out a good-looking woman sitting in the waiting area. My god, those commercials are awful. They should replace them with the phrase from that banner ad.
Explains the special sauce.
Why do people have to be so judgemental? Maybe he loves the double cheeseburger. Did any of you callous bastards ever think of that?
Thanks. I may never be able to eat a McDonald's burger again. Edit: but come to think of it that would also explain the hair (yes . . . that kind of hair) I found in a McDonald's burger a few years back.
Hah. Thats just too funny.
Well, given how most of McDonald's food tastes, I'd guess that this would actually be a better use for it...
Well at least Ronald McDonald knows all about "You Deserve a Break Today."
Ah, Fark. Where everyone goes to start threads on other boards.
Heh, they have a picture in that Fark thread of the gigantic burger that Kate Stelnick ate, and also one of the enormous dude with a helmet who lost to her in the contest.
i'm loving it
Ya know, it's really not a bad looking sandwich. Not exactly my type, but if I were still drinking, anything's possible...
Well, I ain't gonna "hit it" - especially between the buns. - Colton
Thanks to this thread, I now know the exact meaning behind this slogan I'm used to seeing.
MAN OH MAN. Didnt Friendly's or one of those family places at one point have the happy ending dessert menu. If you cant hit the BIG MAC go to Friendly's and get a happy ending.
Anyone hear about the nationwide one day sale (today) on hamburgers ($0.39) and cheeseburgers ($0.49) at McDonald's?