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Old 10-09-2007, 01:04 PM   #81
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Why do I feel like I'm near death after eating your food?
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Why do I feel like I'm near death after eating your food?
Haha I get the same feeling, I feel like all my limbs are heavier than normal and I want to take a nap. The amount of calories in a McD meal is usually more than I eat in a day.

Also, do you butter the top of your buns? They always seems shiny and greasy.
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That'* grease.....
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Also, do you butter the top of your buns? They always seems shiny and greasy.
Without the proper context, that'* quite the quote right there.
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That'* grease.....
Grease is satisfying now and then, McDonald'* is anything but grease. Maybe its rat meat, maybe its Korean dog meat. Who knows!
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Why do I feel like I'm near death after eating your food?
Haha I get the same feeling, I feel like all my limbs are heavier than normal and I want to take a nap. The amount of calories in a McD meal is usually more than I eat in a day.

Also, do you butter the top of your buns? They always seems shiny and greasy.
Thats grease.

13 days till the McRib comes!

For our McRib.

Its cooked on the grill for like 3 minutes and its stored in a "Marinator." which is just a heated tub full of sauce. That sauce is tangy
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after working there.

would you honestly eat there if you know all the tings you know now?
Since they know me. They hook me up. Gotta love same-aged co-workers
would you honestly eat there if you know all the tings you know now
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