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Buwwbles Buwwbles 26-30, F 27 Answers Jul 11 in Health

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LMAO ! If anyone actually won a lifetime supply of McD's it would not be that long lasting as eating there EVERYDAY would kill you in about 3 months lol.

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Lol

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Sure. But I'd also buy a shitton for people who are hungry. It may be **** food. But it's food.

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Of course. They have a wide array of menu choices, it's not all unhealthy.

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True!

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Not true, even the greens are not grown the same way as others might grow them, it's a business, a corporation, it is all about reducing costs while maintaining maximum profit, hence the awful food.

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The coffee and other McCafe beverages there are great.

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A cooperation trying to keep up with the times. People are eating better so they must improve

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**** yeah.. you're die after a few months though lol

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No. If I ate at McDonalds all the time, I wouldn't be around for even a third of a lifetime to enjoy it.

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Never

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Free ? - gross

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If i had to eat it there, then yes sometime's

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sure, i like mcdonalds

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id take the cash, thank you

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Well if the hot dogs,fresh meat and veggies and potatoes ran low,in tandem with the bank account,certainly! Supersize me!

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No, thank you.

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Like maybe once a week.. but then it would start to wear off after about a month or two.

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Not very often. It isn't that good, and the nearest one if 15 miles from my home.

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I would get the food everyday and give it to all the homeless puppies and kittens who are suffering and starving.

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Nope,because it will cuts my lifetime

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No.

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No..... I wouldn't eat any of it personally. O.o

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No. I don't eat there now for a reason. I'd give it to somebody who does.

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They do have coffee that's not half bad.

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