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Mcdonalds in Tyler, Texas - Commercial

The latest breakfast commercial that you have with Hulu that has the woman screaming has only made me never EVER want to eat at Mcdonalds again and I am sure many many others think and feel the same way the Sreaming woman does NOT bring your attention to McDonald's it makes you realize how ignorant your PR department must be to even think this is anyway a positive for your company, it does get attention but in a very negative way, you win an award for creating pure dumb undesired commercials this is the worst promotional commercial ever created!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Tyler, Texas
Review #296004 is a subjective opinion of poster.
3 comments
Mcdonalds. turney rd GH ohio BAD...
I love to eat at Mcdonalds when I want fast food. I've had Mcdonalds from all around the world even in places you would never think hay let's go to Mcdonalds. I do under stand everyone and every place has its bad days but "every time" I've been to Mcdonalds on turney...
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#970534

Lesson to learn: Don't eat food that will kill you.Clue: Anything on McD's menu.

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Location
Cleveland, Ohio
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$8
Review #295375 is a subjective opinion of poster.
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Mcdonalds in Chicago, Illinois - Ignorant KC Pit Bull ad

How ignorant for McD's to allow this 'Pit Bull' McNugget ad in KC (or anywhere). Fire the ad team who thought it was a good idea. Boycott the owners who paid money for it to be created and ok'd it to air. *** people. I own a 'pit' type dog. He is wonderful. I have had small a wire haired mutt, two afghan hounds, and a cocker spaniel in my 41 years. I'd put the 'pit' as the kindest, and the cocker as meanest. Again - Just *** people doing what they do. The 'pit' (who according to the ad is dangerous to pet) will be in the car with me when I go to Wendy's, Taco Bell, Jimmy Johns, Five Guys, Arby's, etc., etc., etc........Never again to McDonalds. This says a lot because I have eaten a WHOLE lot of McDs in my life.
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Chicago, Illinois
Review #295067 is a subjective opinion of poster.
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I went to McDonald on 02/5,2012 at 10:57am, to purchase breakfast I had order (1) Sausage McGriddle and Med size coffee. In my order there were McMuffin sausage w/cheese sandwich and the coffee I order. I had to drive to Lancaster, Tx. And this McDonald was in Dallas,...
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Anonymous
#606001

If you call McDonalds (or any restaurant) at 11:33 or anytime from about 11am to 1pm, it is lunch time. I hope they are serving the customers and not answering the *** phone c...

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Location
Dallas, Texas
Loss
$2
Review #294861 is a subjective opinion of poster.
10 comments
i had a "promo" coupon for one "free" mcgriddle with the purchase of another mcgriddle. turns out it wasnt free at all. the cashier charged me separately for the mcgriddle, the drink, and the hash brown so my total came to be $4.79 instead of $3.99 for a meal. i...
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Anonymous
#606005

The question was :do you think the owners get free sauce?" The answer is no. Every item of food , every package of napkins, straws, etc is bought from the supplier. The averag...

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Location
Springfield, Illinois
Review #294806 is a subjective opinion of poster.
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Mcdonalds in Washington, District Of Columbia - Dog breed discrimination by McDonald's marketing team

In a recent radio ad McDonald's states that they are not dangerous and that "petting a stray pitbull - now that's dangerous." Well, DUH! Petting any stray dog is dangerous, especially a larger breed because they COULD do damage if they chose to. But, the point is that MCDs exclusively singled out "pitbulls" which further aids to the ignorance of breed discrimination. If they had stated "petting a stray dog - now that's dangerous" then it would be ok. But instead they chose to promote a negative image of pitbulls alone which is offensive to alot of lovers of pitbulls and pitbull owners. Now by calling the customer satisfaction line at "Ž18002446227 they issue an apology and state that they are pulling the ad. But the apology is only heard by people who actually care about the breeds misrepresentation. I would be satisfied if they issued a PUBLIC apology, AND if they used a pitbull in a favorable fashion in future advertisements so that they could attempt to make amends for portraying pitbulls in such an unfavorable light. Sign the Petition: http://www.change.org/petitions/mcdonalds-issue-public-apology-feature-pitbulls-in-a-favorable-light-in-a-future-ad#
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Washington, District Of Columbia
Review #294498 is a subjective opinion of poster.
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McDonalds: All food from McDonalds is more hazardous than a pit bull

I have owned a pit bull and she was the most well mannered dog. Apparently McDonalds only has information from the media. By the way Pit bulls got a bad name because the owners that train them do not know how to train. Any dog that you beat over and over will attack. I don't understand why McDonalds would even make such a statement it doesn't even make sense who would eat something that you are frightened of? McDonalds should have a bit more common sense than to make such an ignorant statement, but then again McDonalds also doesn't understand that consumers can actually think for themselves and make educated decisions.
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Washington, District Of Columbia
Review #294396 is a subjective opinion of poster.
9 comments
In Mc Donalds' new add for their chicken mcbites they present the question, which is safer? eating their nuggets or taking various chances on things that could be dangerous, one of which is petting a stray pit bull. Petting a stray dog [while not encouraged] is...
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#440152

I\'ve seen chihuahua\'s that were more aggressive than some pitbulls. It really does depend on how they were raised as to whether they will be more easily provoked or not. I h...

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Location
Tacoma, Washington
Review #294266 is a subjective opinion of poster.
9 comments
I'm sorry McDonalds, but your Chicken Nuggets are MUCH more harmful than a pitt. I have been raised around this breed my whole life, and never once had one *** me and/or try to choke me. Where as your nuggets, have actually tried to kill me on 3 different...
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Anonymous
#426878

Its too bad you ruined your comment by suggesting other dogs be portrayed as dangerous. You clearly know very little about dogs, and should probably give yours to someone who...

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Location
Washington, District Of Columbia
Review #294227 is a subjective opinion of poster.
51 comments
McDonald's has aired a radio commercial stating that eating their chicken nuggets is more safe than petting a Pit Bull. This commercial angers me b/c I have been in pit bull rescue for years and this is doing nothing but crippling what me and countless others have...
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#1380643

while I appreciate why that offends you I think maybe you're being a little too touchy about it it's meant to be a joke... and really mission accomplished it got you to thinki...

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Location
Knoxville, Tennessee
Review #294200 is a subjective opinion of poster.