What Does Your McDonald’s Order Say About You?


Six nuggets? Or nine?

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“I trust someone who orders a Big Mac.
“Bit unimaginative, though. They like to stick with what they know. Like if they went on holiday to Paris the first thing they'd do would be go look at the Eiffel Tower.”
“A safe bet, but a strong choice, no half measures, no one ever gets a small Big Mac meal.”

“The Quarter Pounder With Cheese is like the hipster Big Mac.”
“QPWC-choosers are highly creative. Bold, original thinkers, but not too pretentious, you know what I mean?”
“What even is a quarter pounder. If someone made me identify one I would not know.”
“It's a small animal native to the highlands of Chile.”
“When someone orders a quarter pounder, they think of that one line in Pulp Fiction, every single time. A royale with cheese.”
“I hum Lorde to myself when ordering it for that reason.”

“People who order the McChicken Sandwich are too afraid to go for a more adventurous choice.”
“The JLaw of the McDonalds' menu.”
“I feel you could have a heart-to-heart over a McChicken sandwich. I mean it wouldn't be the best heart-to-heart but it would be okay.”

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“A Filet-o-fish is such a rogue choice.”
“People who order a Filet-o-Fish don't know about the world.”
“My cousin who lives in the countryside with no McDonalds always ordered this, and I was like, there is so much more to life.”
“People who order Filet-o-Fish have never seen the sea. They're not even sure what fish look like.”
“I feel bad about myself for hating people who order Filet-o-Fish.”

“A Hamburger is a great mouthful of food, but only one mouthful.”
“A luxury snack, a poor meal.”
“Only the Hamburglar orders hamburgers. in fact , he doesn't even order them, he pilfers them.”
“To order a hamburger is to not understand one's own worth and potential.”

“Does the Spicy Veggie Wrap exist? Has anyone seen it in the wild?”
“Was not even aware of this.”
“Is it another word for fries in a wrap?”

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