Anus burger at mcdonalds
mcdonalds anus burger - Wright Angle Marketing
13 Oct Apparently spelling is not a job requirement for McDonald's employees. Here's a really embarrassing instance of a missing “g” from a sign.
24 Sep We got a tip from someone today with a funny pic of a misspelled McDonald's sign at the University of Missouri campus in Columbia, MO.
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Description:Others - McDonald's' 'try the new anus pounder', say, could have been a simple case of a forgotten 'g', given that it is the purveyor of a burger known as the 'angus pounder'. McDonald's' 'try the new anus pounder', left, could have been a simple case of a forgotten 'g', given that it is the purveyor of a burger known as the 'angus pounder' - the example on the right, however, seems less innocent As we shall see, McDonald's is something of a repeat offender when it comes to signs that throw our minds into the gutter more videos. Then there's the selection of fast food joints who simply play with words to attract attention - Domino's' 'auto correct made me say things I didn't Nintendo', for example, and Burger King's barbed swipe at its rival, McDonald's, with the job advert: Looking at this new round-up of fast food signs gone-wrong, it's hard to believe such gaping errors ever managed to make it to the billboards - but seemingly, as in this KFC case, it happens It's hard to see how this particular example from McDonald's can have been anything other than the work of a serial prankster It's doubtful whether any customers at all asked for this horrible-sounding meal Perhaps, in fairness to Arby's, left, a few very key letters have dropped off its sign, but it's tricky to see exactly what's gone wrong for Wendy's, right, even when you prop that 'p' back upright Again, if there's a joke to be had here, we, for one, are not in on it - although perhaps it could have local significance? Some, surely, are the work of employee pranksters - take KFC's 'cock rings r back', for example.