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Anus Burger

Mmm... A reminder of what fast food is really made of...

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Anonymous

It's so true, Mc Dicks is so gross. It wouldnt suprise me if the Angus Burger came from the anus. It's been a long time without that food, I couldn't be happier.

Anonymous

It's so true, Mc Dicks is so gross. It wouldnt suprise me if the Angus Burger came from the anus. It's been a long time without that food, I couldn't be happier.

Chris B111

And youre point is??

like the fast food giant really care about some childish attempt to make them look bad their food tastes good thats why they are so popular!
If it didnt they would never become the giants they are!
why do you critercise sucess?
Is that not what all companies want?
Who cares what part of the animal it came from its still meat at the end of the day.
Mankind has always eaten meat and hopefully always will its a part of our nature sure we can choose not to eat meat but why bitch about those who do?

The only thing you succeded in doing is proving to me how silly protesters can be sure you got a few chuckles but thats about it basically not big and not clever!

Chris B111

And youre point is??

like the fast food giant really care about some childish attempt to make them look bad their food tastes good thats why they are so popular!
If it didnt they would never become the giants they are!
why do you critercise sucess?
Is that not what all companies want?
Who cares what part of the animal it came from its still meat at the end of the day.
Mankind has always eaten meat and hopefully always will its a part of our nature sure we can choose not to eat meat but why bitch about those who do?

The only thing you succeded in doing is proving to me how silly protesters can be sure you got a few chuckles but thats about it basically not big and not clever!

Anonymous

just browsing the site, came across this.. clearly your missing the point. The american economy is a consumer economy. That means while someone is spying on you, picking apart yours and your friends personalities in an attempt to craft some product out of it that is profitable, scientists are working on ways to make their food cheaper and more addictive. Have you ever thought that maybe the animals used to create 'food' are fed food with hunger hormones in it? Thats my conspiracy theory anyways. Anywhoo, fast food companies are not successful because their food tastes good, they brain wash consumers with the idea that their service replaces a 'chore' in the consumer's life, with something much better and more satisfying. It gives people a false sense of power, meaning, and satisfaction. In reality, the food is produced in an unsustainable way so certain practises must be used to ensure prompt supply to the media generated demand. Its not about whether or not one eats meat, its about applying a life skill embeded in your DNA versus supporting a crumbling economy, sustaining SHITTY ASS JOBS, creating more waste, and eating chemically and genetically altered food products that only serve to create large profits and a consumer addiction.

Anonymous

just browsing the site, came across this.. clearly your missing the point. The american economy is a consumer economy. That means while someone is spying on you, picking apart yours and your friends personalities in an attempt to craft some product out of it that is profitable, scientists are working on ways to make their food cheaper and more addictive. Have you ever thought that maybe the animals used to create 'food' are fed food with hunger hormones in it? Thats my conspiracy theory anyways. Anywhoo, fast food companies are not successful because their food tastes good, they brain wash consumers with the idea that their service replaces a 'chore' in the consumer's life, with something much better and more satisfying. It gives people a false sense of power, meaning, and satisfaction. In reality, the food is produced in an unsustainable way so certain practises must be used to ensure prompt supply to the media generated demand. Its not about whether or not one eats meat, its about applying a life skill embeded in your DNA versus supporting a crumbling economy, sustaining SHITTY ASS JOBS, creating more waste, and eating chemically and genetically altered food products that only serve to create large profits and a consumer addiction.

Anonymous

McDonalds make you spell reaaaaaaaal good. Just ask "critercise" boy. And yes, humans do eat meat. I eat meat, you eat McDonalds, there is a difference. Though cardboard is a good source of fibre. Honestly though, I do feel a little better about some steps taken by fast food chains in recent years to offer healthier choices. I still won't eat there, but it is good to know that they are in some way attempting to offer things with less than 90g of fat each. For a lot of people money and time can be huge issues, and these things probably more than taste dictate where they will eat and how often. McDonalds is far easier than cooking dinner or buying groceries, and often cheaper too, but that by no means implies that McDonalds is easier on your body or on the environment in the long run. In the end they are still a massive chain with low paid employees and massive amounts of waste generated each year, but if you choose to eat there then that is your choice, I'm sure you could still argue benefits to it. Anyways, nice video. Cheers.

Anonymous

McDonalds make you spell reaaaaaaaal good. Just ask "critercise" boy. And yes, humans do eat meat. I eat meat, you eat McDonalds, there is a difference. Though cardboard is a good source of fibre. Honestly though, I do feel a little better about some steps taken by fast food chains in recent years to offer healthier choices. I still won't eat there, but it is good to know that they are in some way attempting to offer things with less than 90g of fat each. For a lot of people money and time can be huge issues, and these things probably more than taste dictate where they will eat and how often. McDonalds is far easier than cooking dinner or buying groceries, and often cheaper too, but that by no means implies that McDonalds is easier on your body or on the environment in the long run. In the end they are still a massive chain with low paid employees and massive amounts of waste generated each year, but if you choose to eat there then that is your choice, I'm sure you could still argue benefits to it. Anyways, nice video. Cheers.

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