Man, I am so sick of Japan getting all of the cool stuff and us Americans getting not so cool stuff. Like this. This is the line of Super Mario toys that McDonald’s will be giving away in Japan’s Happy Meals.
I hate clowns. Never liked them when I was still a kid, and I still don’t. Ronald McDonald used to be an exception. I say ‘used to be’, because after seeing these super-sized McDonald’s figures with their evil faces and transparent abdomens, I’m not really sure how I feel anymore.
In the future, when the inevitable and literal fast food wars break out, we’ll all be too fat and unhealthy to fight for our chain of choice – which is why these fast food chains should start developing their own war machines.
Kids love Happy Meals. And why not? You get a burger, some fries and a drink as well as a swell toy to push around on the table while you are eating. Now McDonalds Japan is taking the whole thing to a new level with exclusive Nintendo 3DS content as the freebie.
LEGO Star Wars fan site From Bricks To Bothans recently held a contest asking members to come up with an original bounty hunter, and of course a bounty hunter ship. Angus MacLane swam deep into the wells of imagination and inspiration, and this is what he came up with – a cheeseburger version of the Millennium Falcon.
Greet the customer! Ask for order! Offer apple pie! According to Nikkei, McDonald’s Japan is developing a Nintendo DS training program for part-time employees. The program is called eSmart, and will cost the fastfood giant upwards of ¥200,000,000 (approx.
If I didn’t have my glasses on, I’d probably be fooled, but you won’t. This LEGO Big Mac Combo was created by the Japanese LEGO artists Sachiko.
It’s kind of cool to think that LEGO artistry is actually a profession, or maybe more of a hobby.