46 thoughts on “Fancy a Big Mac?

  1. no wonder… ๐Ÿ™‚

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    If you were able to purchase 100 shares of McDonald’s common stock during its initial public offering (IPO), that investment would be worth over $12 million today. Moreover, you would be receiving a quarterly dividend, amounting to over $345,000 per year.

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  2. A lot of those Un-Bigmacked countries have some religious objections to some of the items on the MickyDee menu….. A few need an alternative explanation. Greenland may have a population paucity problem. I know Iceland is big on hot dogs, but what about South American ones?
    Warmest regards, Theo

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    1. They give no reasons why they are not in certain countries, Theo. I suspect that the local population just cannot afford their menu, cheap as it is. ๐Ÿ™‚
      Best wishes, Pete.

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    1. I’ve seen a few of those mate.
      Chick King.
      Little Red Rooster.
      Chicken Shack.
      Rooster Hut.
      They have to get inventive, but many ‘copy’ the KFC-style signs, and colours.
      Best wishes, Pete.

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  3. I despise most of McDonaldโ€™s food although I ate my share when the kids were growing up. I did eat there recently with my grandson on Grandparentโ€™s Day. Luckily it was breakfast and I have always liked their pancakes. Not a place I would ever choose.

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          1. Donโ€™t forget their play stations! Folks around here are hounded by their kids to go play on their indoor jungle gym. And in the wintertime in Utah? Itโ€™s way too tempting not to.

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