4/15/13

McDouble - The Conspiracy


     At McDonald's, do you know what the difference is between a double cheeseburger and a McDouble besides thirty cents in price?  One piece of cheese y'all, that's it.  A double cheeseburger has two slices of cheese, and a McDouble only has one.  That may seem like a rip-off but, what people don't realize is, that missing piece is that melvita cheese.  It's true.  It takes fat folk taste buds to catch it, but it's a fact.

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  1. To make it worse, they pulled a fast one when they added the McDouble to the menu. I walked in and ordered the same thing I had always ordered and the price shot up. When I complained and said, "It was only a dollar last week." They gave me a McDouble to get the price I expected and it was missing that extra slice of cheese.

    McDonald's sucks.

    I also eat fast food way too often.

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    1. I agree. It was a very underhanded trick.

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  2. It get's better. When we eat at MckyD's I use to get my pup a sausage patty. $1.75. If we order the Sausage McMuffin he gets the sausage, a slice of cheese and if he is starving he will also eat the English muffin. $1.00.

    It wasn't until I was doing the ordering that I realized the difference.

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    1. OMG! I had no idea! Outrageous! We are going to blow the lid WIDE off this thing.

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  3. I was going to try and tell you that was a double quarter pounder. But the bun is wrong.

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    1. I love that your initials are the abreviation that I use here for my favorite word.

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    1. I'm here to spread the truth, and the laughs.

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  5. is it even cheese or a pasteurized cheese product?

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    1. I'm sure it's not cheese, but what it is, I do not know.

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