For me it is the McChicken, the best fast food sandwich
For me? Gotta be Big Mac. Best fast food sandwich.
How the fuck is the Mcchicken sandwich 1 dollar? They are like £1.50or something over here. In fact I see loads of ridiculous fast food prices in adverts when I watch American TV. Is that why there are so many fat people?
XL Bacon Double Cheeseburger from Burger King.
I usually choose McDs over BK but any choice goes for the XLBDC
>ridiculous fast food prices in adverts when I watch American TV. Is that why there are so many fat people?
That's where, keklord. Open your mouth and let me take a shit down your throat.
I get mine with extra mayo, and extra onions. I like to add bacon sometimes. If I am feeling like shilling out even more
>extra slivered onions
thanks. I will go now.
Wondering if cheap fast food is linked to high obesity means I despise your country? Stop jumping to conclusions. I don't care if people eat shit and I don't judge entire nations on it.
I love jack in the box value menu chicken, pi related. It's around $1.29.
Then you're one of the good ones.
Come to America and you can fuck my sister after we shoot my rifle and eat double bacon cheeseburgers.
Do you have Big & tasty in the USA ?
I think in Europe it's the biggest and most calorie dense burger at Mickey D's.
If I'm buying a burger I always buy Big & tasty.
I don't know if it's still on the menu (it changes often and these days I only eat there if I'm in a rush on a business trip, which is not very often), but I know it was available several years ago when I was in university
Yes euro guy, we definitely do.
I'm 30 and worked at McDonald's at 16 so they are at least 14 years old.
They used to sell them for $.99 when quarter pounders (Royale with cheese to you?) Were $2.50. Same buns and Patty, just did toppings.
Used to tell my friends to order them and just choose whatever toppings they want for a cheap burger.
We used to call them Big'N'Nasties tho.
>Any particular reason they got rid of them ?
7039571 here. Heck if I know. Their menu changes often--there's always new items showing up and others being discontinued, and it's not as if McDonalds tells the public "why". I would assume they discontinued it because it didn't sell as well as they would have liked. There's a limited amount of space for items on the menu so I would imagine that they strive to replace the low-selling items with items that sell better.
>Richard Adams, a former McDonald's executive, sees the move as an indication that the "burger wars" have met their demise.
>"They've kept the Big N' Tasty around as a competitor to the Whopper, in case they wanted to launch another burger war and put it on the dollar menu," Adams told the Tribune. "Then Burger King has to retaliate with 99-cent Whoppers. I think it's good that they get rid of the Big N' Tasty, so they're not tempted to do that."
Discontinued in 2011. RIP in piece.
Having this Big Mac...usually I'm a Whopper konda guy but meh why not a Big Mac
Burger King Double Steakhouse motherfucker!
Looks good senpai. Never tried it, I usually get pic related or the glorious Texas double wopper
I miss these so much. Dont know why they discontinued them.
On the rare occasion I go to McDonalds this is what I get, usually 2 of them and I'll scrape some mayo off of them when I get home.
They're always disappointing but better than the rest of the McD lineup.
How about some raw burgers?
stackers from burger king when they still existed
they were taken too soon...
I can't believe he actually takes a bite out of the burger
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