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Your Favorite McDonalds sandwich

Discussion in 'Social Life, Food & Drink, Travel' started by EL72, Sep 7, 2006.

  1. Get Smart

    Get Smart Senior member

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    the Big Mac is my single fave fast-food food

    when they go on sale for 99cents each, I will have 2 for lunch, and 2 for dinner....for a week straight, sometimes longer.
     
  2. VMan

    VMan Senior member

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    I usually don't eat fast food, but the sandwiches at Wendy's or BK are much better.
     
  3. odoreater

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    the Big Mac is my single fave fast-food food

    when they go on sale for 99cents each, I will have 2 for lunch, and 2 for dinner....for a week straight, sometimes longer.


    That's what I'm talking about.
     
  4. Huntsman

    Huntsman Senior member

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    What, no option for the simple cheeseburger -- not that bloody double-patty-can't-get-enough-fat-and-or-gluttony-stupid-and pathetic-abomination-thingy -- just a cheeseburger. So, in other words, other for me.
     
  5. odoreater

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    What, no option for the simple cheeseburger -- not that bloody double-patty-can't-get-enough-fat-and-or-gluttony-stupid-and pathetic-abomination-thingy -- just a cheeseburger. So, in other words, other for me.

    The cheeseburger is a respectable choice. In fact, it is my second choice after the Big Mac. Although, it is only respectable if you eat 2 cheeseburgers. If you eat just one, you are a chump.

    [​IMG]
     
  6. javyn

    javyn Senior member

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    I pride myself on eating total crap, but even I won't touch McDonalds anymore (never much liked it in the first place). Last time I ate a Big Mac and it was like I had a damn brick in my stomach. If I'm getting fast food, I'm pulling into Jack In The Box 9 times out of 10.

    Cici's all you can eat bellyache pizza buffet is good too. I always regret eating there, but I still occassionally go because it calls to me...
     
  7. Ivan Kipling

    Ivan Kipling Senior member

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    You have a lot of faith that what is the the filet-o-fish is actual fish [​IMG] All the news articles about the bad things fish have is counterde by a similar number about the benefits of fish. I just call it a draw and eat whatever I feel like at that moment.

    I like McD's, and I usually get a two hamburger meal supersized.


    [​IMG]

    CoryB . . . at Ivan's age, it takes plenty of faith, just to get up in the morning.
     
  8. Renault78law

    Renault78law Senior member

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    If anything, watching that movie gave me a serious McDonalds craving.
    LOL, me too. The very next day, I just had to have a griddle sandwich.

    I usually get a big mac. Never liked the quarter pounder, dunno why. I only eat McDonalds at the airport, maybe 3-4 times a year. I don't eat fast food otherwise.
     
  9. j

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    LOL, me too. The very next day, I just had to have a griddle sandwich.

    I usually get a big mac. Never liked the quarter pounder, dunno why. I only eat McDonalds at the airport, maybe 3-4 times a year. I don't eat fast food otherwise.

    Oh, I forgot about the McGriddle things. Those are horribly disgusting, but at the same time, really, really good. I guess that's my vote. The only times I've had one I've been very hung over, and they are good for that.
     
  10. rdawson808

    rdawson808 Senior member

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    You have a lot of faith that what is the the filet-o-fish is actual fish [​IMG]


    Actually I know for a fact that some of it is made with north pacific pollock. That's one of the fisheries I work with. Yeah, I know: dull.

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    Actually I know for a fact that some of it is made with north pacific pollock. That's one of the fisheries I work with. Yeah, I know: dull.

    b

    As opposed to the Trans-Atlantic Pollock, which would not be caught dead and cooked in such a repugnant establishment.
     
  12. Matt

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    Im a Big Mac guy, but I wont eat McDonalds in the US, makes me ill. Any other country I love it.

    There was this one time on a bus through Florida that stopped in at a roadside Maccas that I think I'll never forget....
     
  13. Kai

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    The only time I eat at MacDonalds is for breakfast.

    I usually get an Egg McMuffin
     
  14. Nantucket Red

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    The last time I ate MacDonalds' food was when I was 14. I remember the occasion. My friends and I referred to it as "shlop-grease." For reference, I'm now 43, so it's been the better part of 30 years.
     
  15. edmorel

    edmorel Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    The McRib!


    Word!!

    BTW, McDonalds is widely credited by government Agricultural people and others for bringing huge positive changes to the cattle industry, in particular to slaughtering methods. People actually refer to cow slaughtering in "before Mcdonalds" and "after McDonalds" terms. yes, I know, this was probably brought on by pressure from animal rights people but my understanding is that anyone who eats beef should be thankful of Mcdonalds.
     
  16. VKK3450

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    the Big Mac is my single fave fast-food food

    when they go on sale for 99cents each, I will have 2 for lunch, and 2 for dinner....for a week straight, sometimes longer.


    There is something so ill about that. Not sure if it is ill in an 80's Beasties way or il like an Immodium way

    K
     
  17. Huntsman

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    As opposed to the Trans-Atlantic Pollock, which would not be caught dead and cooked in such a repugnant establishment.

    Now that is funny.
     
  18. Huntsman

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    Actually I know for a fact that some of it is made with north pacific pollock. That's one of the fisheries I work with. Yeah, I know: dull.

    b


    I saw a documentary on the North Pacific fisheries. Absolutely mindblowing. I have hunted and killed creatures that I subsequently ate -- but all those fish -- almost made me a little ill. I have a hard time imagining that there can be that many fish and that they aren't already wiped out with the absurd quantites removed.

    ~ Huntsman
     
  19. Huntsman

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    The cheeseburger is a respectable choice. In fact, it is my second choice after the Big Mac. Although, it is only respectable if you eat 2 cheeseburgers. If you eat just one, you are a chump.

    [​IMG]


    Absolutely.
     
  20. DocHolliday

    DocHolliday Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    The McChicken deserves more love than it's getting in this thread. So here's to you, McChicken. [​IMG]
     

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