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post #121 of 189
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I just enjoyed two cheeseburgerrs, fries, and a Coke. Delicious. It was the perfect compliment to my current state of intoxication (Day 2 of my bender).

I love McDonald's coke, the carbonated bubbles seem ginormous.
post #122 of 189
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I love McDonald's coke, the carbonated bubbles seem ginormous.

TOTALLY! Mcdonald's coke is really good at most of the ones I've been to. Has anyone seen the McRib anywhere in nyc?
post #123 of 189
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Originally Posted by DocHolliday View Post
I'm with you on the Snack Wraps. They're tasty, and they offer a slower trip to the grave than some of the other options.

Tell me, though, that you could resist the McNuggets if they brought out festive holiday dipping sauces. I couldn't. I'd be slathering those artificially flavored chemical concoctions all over my deep-fried chicken bits 'n' bobs as soon as I saw the first commercial.

Maybe it's a sign I've gotten old, but I just can't abide McNuggets any more. The snack wrap chicken is a million times better.


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Val's best work. So good that when he's not on screen, you wish he were. Almost undermines the movie. Who cares about Wyatt? It's all Doc.

Val steals that movie, and it's worth watching just for Doc. The worst thing about it is the end. If it ended when Doc died, it would be a classic. I still find myself saying "I'll be yer huckleberry" to bewildered listeners.


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TOTALLY! Mcdonald's coke is really good at most of the ones I've been to. Has anyone seen the McRib anywhere in nyc?

I haven't found one yet.
post #124 of 189
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Originally Posted by grimslade View Post
Maybe it's a sign I've gotten old, but I just can't abide McNuggets any more.

I think McNuggets were much better a few years ago... maybe even a decade or longer ago... not sure when they made the switch, but now they seem to be mostly dry white meat -- and I could swear they used to have some dark meat... Could also be the fat (tallow) that they used to use... which is why the fries were better a long time ago as well...
post #125 of 189
Same here, haven't seen the fabled McRib around my part of the town.

I enjoy the Mcnuggets. Just love them. I recently tried them with the chipotle sauce that was supposed to be for the chicken strips. Just delicious.

My standard McD fare is a double cheeseburger and a ten piece nugget. All washed down with a regular Coke. Ah, the fat and sugar just make my day.
post #126 of 189
McD's Portuguese sausage, eggs & rice is teh winnar breakfast.
post #127 of 189
The Arch Deluxe was the best mcdonald's sandwich ever imo. That said, I haven't eaten at mcdonald's in over a year.
post #128 of 189
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The Arch Deluxe was the best mcdonald's sandwich ever imo. That said, I haven't eaten at mcdonald's in over a year.

Arch deluxe was great! I think it replaced the McDLT, which was awesome.
post #129 of 189
I want to know what happened to iammatt in 1995.
post #130 of 189
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I want to know what happened to iammatt in 1995.
post #131 of 189
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I want to know what happened to iammatt in 1995.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UTSdUOC8Kac
post #132 of 189
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Originally Posted by iammatt View Post
Oh. My. God. That is the worst marketing gimmick I have ever seen.
post #133 of 189
I remember that commercial. Wow, that was Jason Alexander... with hair no less. I'm going to start rolling up my jacket sleeves.
post #134 of 189
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Originally Posted by Connemara View Post
Oh. My. God.

That is the worst marketing gimmick I have ever seen.

I guess you weren't around when the McDLT was launched but let me tell you that you missed the best sandwich ever marketed by McDonalds. You have no idea the difference in taste having that "gimmicky" packaging makes. It really worked. No soggy lettuce or lukewarm meat. mmm...

It was the most environmentally unfriendly packaging ever and if it weren't for tree huggers and their campaign to rid the world of styrofoam, we'd still be enjoying it today.

There was also a funny commercial with a japanese chef performing a karate chop to the middle of the box to join both parts of the sandwich.
post #135 of 189
I'm really surprised at how many people here eat at Mc D's.
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