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McDonald’s Quarter Pounder Candles: I’m Lightin’ It

by Paul Strauss
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McDonald’s isn’t exactly known for the best food, but it is certainly one of the most consistent places to grab a quick bite on the road – and sometimes you just crave the textures and salty seasonings of their burgers and fries. If you enjoy the occasional Mickey D’s burger like I do, then check out this unusual item from the McDonald’s gift shop. It’s a pack of candles that smell just like a Quarter Pounder.

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The set of six candles comes in beef patty, cheese, hamburger bun, pickle, cheese, and onion scents. While you could burn them individually (mmm, there’s nothing like the fresh scent of burning onions!) they’re really designed to be burned simultaneously. The resulting fragrance should approximate the scent of a Quarter Pounder with cheese. Or if you’re in Europe, a Royale with cheese. Of course, you could just go buy a Quarter Pounder, but it won’t last 25 hours like these candles will. Or maybe it will, if you can resist the temptation of eating it.

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If you’re simply craving this aroma, the candles will be available in limited quantities from the Golden Arches Unltd. store any day now.

[via Geekologie]



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