Pass the beans

While watching the Big Brother daily show, I keep seeing an ad for a McDonald’s combo called the McChicken Hunger buster. It contains a McChicken, a cheeseburger, fries, a Coke and a sundae.

What’s interesting is there’s a graphic on part of the ad that says “MEAL FOR TWO”. The thing is, it’d be pretty complicated to share it between two people. I reckon “MEAL FOR TWO” really means that in a perfect world it would be split between two people, but in the real world (where people file law suits against fast food restaurants for not telling them that eating a burger a day would turn them into a fat arse), they are indeed describing it as a meal for two.

But then, there’s nothing stopping one person eating a meal for two.

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