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Wordless Wednesday


What if one day they all went away?

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Melanie Payne said…
It may be a great change honestly.
Mellissa said…
I agree I think people would really enjoy it after the withdraw wore off.
Grace said…
I learned they have a healthy menu and vegetarian diet they offer in India at the McDonalds there. Why not here right?
Janice said…
I was interested in the fact that a month or so ago while traveling, I drove through & picked up a happy meal.... interesting that the fries have shrunk & there are now apples. I think pushing for healthier foods works.
Mellissa said…
Very strange I'll look into that. I know they do offer different things. I suppose enough Americans just don't demand it :/
Mellissa said…
I am pleased there is now no option kids must have some apples. Truthfully kids love them PARENTS think they won't.
Unknown said…
Those photo made me laugh a little. Just the irony of it.

I never eat at McDonalds unless I have no other options, which never really happens.
Bree said…
I think the change would be welcomed, at least by me. Love the irony of it. **also I am your newest follower. I would love it if you would follow back ;)
xoxo, bree

also - thank you for linking up!
Mellissa said…
Welcome :O) I followed every single person up to 45 on the list.lol If you come after that I'll get on it. I'm glad to see so many would welcome the change :O)
Lea Marie said…
I would be very happy woman if they all went away ... great pic. Happy Wordless Wednesday :)
Hard to imagine McDonalds not being around anymore.
Ken Payne Jr said…
I prefer Burger King, but every once in a while, I just need a Micky Dee's fix, now if there was a white Castle around, not that I would love
Mellissa said…
My mama loves some White Castle :O)
Melanie Payne said…
In our local area they started to ban the construction of new fast foods, I love it! Our children do not need to grow up with one around every corner and we're all better off without them.

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