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.
Out of all of the fast food french fries out there, McDonald’s still makes some of the best. They’re skinny, crispy, salty, and delicious. If you like Mickey D’s fries and know how to play guitar, you might want to pick up this rare instrument that looks just like a box of yummy french fries.
Sweden now has the world’s smallest McDonald’s restaurant. It may be tiny but it is packed with workers called drones, and has room to serve thousands of guests. They don’t make burgers and fries though. They have just one item on the menu: honey.
Oh the Japanese, they love weird foodstuffs. The latest weird thing McDonald’s fans are up to in Japan is something called the Hamburger Straw. For some reason people buy those cheap McD’s burgers and them cram a straw through them.
If you live in Japan or will be visiting soon, you might want to stop by McDonalds to get your mitts on this new Pokémon-themed McFlurry treat. The dessert appears to be vanilla ice cream swirled with chocolate and banana flavors.
Growing up the height of comedy was placing whatever I was eating directly over the tines of my fork so it looked like a macaroni fork. I could pull that gag with macaroni, green beans, and french fries.
McDonald’s isn’t exactly fine dining, but they have two things on the menu that are fantastic. One is the french fries – they’re not too crunchy and not too soft, with plenty of salt. The other are their fountain Cokes.
Tech innovations from McDonald’s? Yeah, it happens occasionally. They have decided that the drinking straw needed a redesign, so a team of robotic and aerospace engineers did just that as part of a marketing push for the new Chocolate Shamrock Shake.
So you might think if McDonald’s in Japan was gearing up to offer new candied sweet potato fries they might, I don’t know, use sweet potatoes. That’s not how they roll at the Japanese Golden Arches though.
Back when I was a kid in the ’80s, the McDonald’s Happy Meal was the lunch I always hoped for. They had those cool boxes that you could keep and use for carrying your junk after lunch, and more importantly you got fries, burger, and a drink.
Literally, the day September rolled around, I started to hear advertisements for pumpkin spice this and pumpkin spice that on the radio. I can only assume this means that on college campuses everywhere girls are now wearing vests, tights, and Ugg boots while they sip their mocha crappuccino pumpkin spice lattes.
McDonalds was planning to release some activity trackers in its Happy Meals, but nope, you kids are gonna put on the weight after all. Sorry kids.
The wearable was going to be offered in Happy Meals in the US and Canada over the next month to coincide with the Olympic Games.
It only makes sense. If you are going contribute to America’s obesity, the least you can do is offer kids some activity trackers in their Happy Meals. Yup, that is exactly what McDonald’s is doing.
We all grew up with Happy Meal toys, but toys that promote fitness and physical activity have been very few and far between.
Lots of people love McDonald’s McNuggets. You know what’s even better than an unnaturally shaped piece of formed chicken parts? Getting a golden McNugget. Yes, McDonald’s Japan is giving away an 18-carat, 50 gram gold McNugget worth roughly $1500.
McDonalds in China is getting some themed food to celebrate the launch of The Angry Birds Movie. One of those burgers has a green bun. I’ve had a green burger from McDonalds before, only in my case the green was mold none of the burger makers seemed to notice ALL OVER THE BUN before they put it in the bag.