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Your Favorite McDonalds sandwich

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

  1. j

    j (stands for Jerk) Admin

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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.

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


  2. 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....
     


  3. Kai

    Kai Senior member

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    The only time I eat at MacDonalds is for breakfast.

    I usually get an Egg McMuffin
     


  4. Nantucket Red

    Nantucket Red "Mr. Fashionista"

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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.
     


  5. edmorel

    edmorel Quality Seller!! 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.
     


  6. 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

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  7. 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.
     


  8. 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.

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    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
     


  9. Huntsman

    Huntsman Senior member

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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.
     


  10. DocHolliday

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


  11. Aaron

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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.

    I was munching on some grapes as I read this. I'm not hungry anymore...
     


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

    [​IMG] Funniest post of the day!
     


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    [​IMG]
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  14. hopkins_student

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    Sausage biscuit, no egg.
     


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    I did not eat at McDonalds more than once or twice a year but now they have brought out the Deli Sandwiches I am there once or twice a month.My favourite being Chicken Tikka on Brown,which in my humble opinion is rather good!
     


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