McDonald's Dishes You Can't Buy in America

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  1. Richland123


    Apr 17, 2009
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  2. Bassamatic

    Bassamatic keepin' the beat since the 60's

    Mmmmm - Made me hungry!
  3. RustyAxe


    Jul 8, 2008
    #26 looks good ... the "Nurnburger". The rest are just more McCrapwiches.
  4. GregC

    GregC Questlove, Black Thought, Hamilton Gold Supporting Member

    Jan 19, 2007
    Some of it looks good. But I'm sure that, just like with the US McDonald's, the food you actually get looks very little like the pictures.
  5. knumbskull


    Jul 28, 2007
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  6. Interesting that around the world, Rotten Ronnies offers some surprisingly healthy alternatives and vegetarian based offerings in places where certain meats are a cultural no-no. What do that say about us north americans?
  7. ZenG

    ZenG Guest

    Some cultures never heard of hamburgers. But here we've been conditioned to eat them since the drive-ins of the 50's.

    Plus the good middleclass family in any Hollywood film or newsreel (be it old or new) always lives in a rancher with a two-car garage, lawn out back and a Barbecue.

    And on the weekends they always make burgers on their Barbecue (or steaks)

    And the whole family eats them.

    If they don't do that, they'll get their burger/meat-fix at McDonald's or someplace.

    Middleclass families copy what they see on film and in magazines.. and then they all get cancer from eating the burgers/steaks that are filled with nitrites from the sh*t in the Propane that's cooking them.

    That's the way we do things In North America.
  8. hondo4life

    hondo4life Guest

    Feb 29, 2016
    I don't need to be "conditioned" to eat meat cooked over an open flame. That's just meat the way nature intended.
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  9. hondo4life

    hondo4life Guest

    Feb 29, 2016
    After looking at all 69 items, I can honestly say the only one I found appealing was the Turkish Breakfast Plate.
  10. 48thStreetCustom

    48thStreetCustom Inactive

    Nov 30, 2005
    Royalé with Cheese

  11. Lol, that's a great point!
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  12. Dave W

    Dave W Supporting Member

    Mar 1, 2007
    Westchester, NY
    I came to post the same thing.
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  13. RustyAxe


    Jul 8, 2008
    There's an ad here for McDonalds Lobster Roll. It portrays a father and son, on a lobster boat pulling in the traps. Then it cuts to afterward with dad & son getting lobster rolls ... at McDonalds. I can tell you there ain't a lobsterman in New England who'd buy a lobster roll from McD's.
  14. ZenG

    ZenG Guest

    But you are conditioned to buy a hamburger and fries at a fast food outlet.

    And older folks were conditioned to drive a vehicle to a drive-in to eat hamburgers.

    I don't know any other country where owning a Barbecue is a mainstay of life ( except maybe Australia & Canada).

    North Americans are meataholics.
  15. hondo4life

    hondo4life Guest

    Feb 29, 2016
    I still go to the drive-in to eat a hamburger. Fries? Yeah, but only if I can dip them in my chocolate malt.
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  16. ZenG

    ZenG Guest

    Can't you dip them in a Bloody Mary?
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  17. bolophonic


    Dec 10, 2009
    Durham, NC
    I ate the HECK out of some Micky D's shrimpburgers in Japan. Like, I think I might have done it twice one day.
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  18. Aberdumbie


    Jan 22, 2016
    South Carolina
    Well dang. I clicked it and the page comes up but sends me to some game site...... I remember when in the Army in Germany. We could get beer but no ketchup for our fries at McDonalds. The beer made up for it tho.