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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 average electric bill at a McDonalds is $6,000 per month.

By the time employees are paid, utilities, insurance,equipment repair, etc the owner amkes an average salary like anyone else. Go to the grocery store & buy food, pay electricity to prepare it, clean up and see if $1 burger is "jacked up." Then add extra sauce.

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#294806 Review #294806 is a subjective opinion of poster.
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Mcdonalds Coupon

McDonalds review 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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Anonymous
#473791

whitewhine.com

Anonymous
#427792

I never heard of a stray poodle attacking a stranger.

Besides, we have a record debt mounting trillions of dollars, but this is your main priority?

Anonymous
#423385

They are such a big company... Looks like they don't care at all!

What would they do if someone or something they loved was mocked and after fighting so hard for that love? I don't think they "get it" Well... we aren't giving up or in... Because that's what love is about!

I Am A Proud Pitt Owner/Rescuer! She is like my child...Don't mess with my child McDonald's! This needs to be fixed ASAP...The longer you take...the worse it will become! Damage has been done all around!

It just was wrong of them to do. I was once afraid of Pitts too, until I came upon one needing rescuing. She has been the best dog I've ever owned.

Pit owners work hard to show them in the light that they really are and not from what people just see in the news. So, this was really a bad move and should be fixed.

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#294498 Review #294498 is a subjective opinion of poster.

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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Anonymous
#606010

Every walk of life is soooo whiny and sensitive that no one can say or do aything without a big protest. In comparison, a big dog (like a bulldog - known for holding on and not letting go of something) would not elicit the same response as a poodle.

They could have said a lion and someone would *** about that. BTW the meat is 100% pure beef comparible to the top grade at any restaurant or grocery store.

Neither the food is bad nor the employees dumb just bc you don't like an ad.

thecrud
#423472

Anyone who eats McDonalds $#!t is too *** to understand what is being written here.

Anonymous
#422810

Kiss my business goodbye that was uncalled for I hope you loose millions of customers! btw your food is nasty as *** and comes from the lowest quality of meat.Gross

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#294396 Review #294396 is a subjective opinion of poster.
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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Anonymous
#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 have a pitbull mix and I wouldn't give him up for anything. My other dog is a shepherd mix and he will sit there and chew on my pitbulls ears, his tail, climb all over him but he doesn't care. No aggression whatsoever.

But honestly, I'd be quite a bit cautious approaching any stray dog, no matter what breed they were. A stray lab is just as likely to be as aggressive as a stray pitbull.

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#294266 Review #294266 is a subjective opinion of poster.
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Mcdonalds Chicken Nuggets
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 understands its the owner - not the dog - who can be the problem. ***.

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#294227 Review #294227 is a subjective opinion of poster.
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Mcdonalds Chicken Nuggets
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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Anonymous
#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 thinking about the chicken nuggets

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#294200 Review #294200 is a subjective opinion of poster.
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Mcdonalds Chicken Nuggets

Update by user Mar 12, 2013

Firstly if fries are sold by weight then why do staff use a scoop and not scales???( I don't complain for the fun of it you know!) Secondly my attitude towards macca's stinks 'cause they screw up my order EVERY SINGLE TIME,(havn't been in over a year though) thirdly...

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Naliah
#643649

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#292797 Review #292797 is a subjective opinion of poster.
I went to store number 17226 here in grand prairie t.x. Anf I orderd a quater pounder meal with a large sweet tea, 20 piece chicken nuggets 2 med fries, a med sprite and a med dr pepper. When I got to the window the lady told me I wadnt charged for the sprite so I...
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Anonymous
#417902

get a hobby its only 2.00 at the most :cry :cry :cry

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#292589 Review #292589 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Tonight, after a 13 hour day at work, I stopped by this McDonalds to bring my kids home dinner. I ordered 4 hamburgers and a mcflurry. When my kids opened their hamburgers, there was a single slice of tomato and a pickle. No hamburger, no condiments, nothing but a...
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Anonymous
#606018

I'm not going to pick on her for having children, or why they didn't have dinner any earlier. I am wondering what burger we serve at McDoanlds with a tomato and a pickle?

Obviously, she and some of the rest of you have not worked at or watched how fast is made. It is possible someone dressed the buns and someone wrapped them without realizing the meat person hadn't put meat on them. Call the McD as soon as you have a problem and they will fix it.

EVERY time. As long as ur not a ***.

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#292064 Review #292064 is a subjective opinion of poster.
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Mcdonalds Hamburger
//This commercial depicts older people as dim-wits. Wearing garrish clown plaid jackets; wigs that look like dead dogs etc. I am an elderly lady and my friends do not act this way or dress this way. This is insulting.. and not funny.....The dining room scene shows two...
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Anonymous
#606024

Good Lord, does no one have a sense of humor? Put the old people in an ad with the pitbulls, and make sure you represent every possible nationality.

Don't make anyone too pretty or too thin because it will make chunky children feel bad.

Use chunky models, then stereotypically blame fast food for making them chunky. Did I hit everything that you idiots whine about?

Old people should be making better use of their time than this site:)

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