Tuesday, March 9th, 2010

Scalding Grease Normal Side Effect of Undrained McDonald's Sandwiches

AND THE MEAT YOU SO FANCILY FRY"When Frank Sutton bit into his sandwich, scalding grease 'flew all over his mouth,' a fellow diner recalled. Mr. Sutton's wife took ice from her drink and applied it to his face, but his lips blistered. When he told one of the employees, he testified that she said 'this is what happens' to the sandwiches 'when they aren't drained completely.'"
-Apparently, the obesity epidemic is not working fast enough for the folks at McDonald's, who are always coming up with new and better ways to hurt people with fried chicken. Makes those Olympics commercials suggesting the world's top athletes maintain their supreme physical fitness by eating french fries and chicken McNuggets seem even more insidious.

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kneetoe (#1,881)

I think they mean "ice cream."

HiredGoons (#603)

This is just a really passive aggressive way for them to fight obesity.

Art Yucko (#1,321)

Obviously then, it IS possible for deep-fried goods to be radiantly hot, like coals? Because I swear, those fries have scorched my fingiez behind the wheel of a moving auto more than once, and fallen to the floor-mat like the radioactive glo-stick from the Simpsons whilst I nearly drove into a ditch not far from the trailer park. -whimper-

Ochocinco makes it ok on the McDonald's diet, so why can't I?

johnpseudonym (#1,452)

Betcha this is what really happened to Seal.

Holy shit don't apply ice to a burn!

HiredGoons (#603)

I'm going to trust your judgment.

cherrispryte (#444)

Please tell me that baby chick is okay.

The breast meat was a bit dry, but the dark meat was good.

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