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Q: how often do you eat at mcdonalds?

also is it better to eat at micky D often, because i went 2 months without eating burgers often and i lost a lot of muscle mass scary, but seemed to get fatter even scarier.

8 years 38 weeks ago in  Food  - China

 
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I am frankly ashamed to say it, but here in China, I need to get one at least once a week....

In my home country, I never go, even though they have some good salads with roasted chicken breast.

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Very rarely and only when I am asked to accompany someone from China. never go much in my own country either. *

*except for cheap icecreams

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8 years 38 weeks ago
 
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I eat at McD's much more then I do at home here in China

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Almost a decade here and I have never eaten in one..

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Twice a year about, but I buy coffee there a lot. When ever I eat McDonalds I walk away hungry, and it used to be so expensive in China.

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i enjoy Mc Donalds twice a week. it doesn't taste the same as in America.

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I don't trust Micky D's in America so why would I trust it in China?

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Some years ago McD's in my country was terrible. The packaging tasted better than the burger! When they were forced to make the big changes to the meat quality in Australia all the McDonald's refrigerated warehouses were left with millions of plastic and cardboard burger meat patties. Some brilliant marketing guy came up with the idea that instead of using these tasteless patties as landfill they should be shipped to China. That's what they are still serving up in China. How do I know? The one day I went to McDonald's was the day I made that discovery and have decided to share the secret with you! Don't thank me now.....thank me after your McD's meal - and don't forget to ask for your toy!
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Before China I never went to McDonald's for about 9 years now once a week and BK once a week.

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In the States I never eat at McDonalds. Since being in China, I'll go there occasionally. Usually it's with Chinese friends who want to eat there.

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i use to of McDs in my own country. here in china i have only one option in McDs of ice cream, because of halal meat problem.

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I haven't been to McDonald's in China because there isn't one in this city. However, I have gone to a KFC, where I bought fries and chicken nuggets. They were just like from home. I don't like eating fast food so I probably won't eat there very often.

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KFC has greasey rubbery fries at home, I always feel sick if I eat there  from the grease. I can eat the chicken cold from frig.
 I had McD's in China, I was determined to eat only Chinese, but on this day I got lost and figured what the he**, I had taken pictures of the place, so I had the Big Mac meal,,thought it was just like home,,altho always thought a law suit should be raised as to the advertised word "Big".,,, I had to ask to get a menu with this on it, the other stuff was not like home,, McKitty on flat bread, flat cat served single or stack, Poodle and Noodles, BBQ Beagle

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Never go to McPukes at home, but here, maybe once or twice a month for a good western food fix....usually after a bad China day.
I find KFC here too crappy to stomach....I miss Church's chicken.

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Never, now that they have Burger King!!!!  I come here for my monthly burger. The rest of the time i eat at the school 's cafeteria since i am way too lazy to cook!

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https://metro.co.uk/2018/11/28/poo-found-on-every-mcdonalds-touchscreen-tested-8178486/

 

This should raise your apetite, yes robots and touchscreens are the future of healthy living and universal income for your medical bills. i guess you cell phone keypad is dirtier than a public toilet would be throwing gas on the fire to mention, oh well.

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