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Date: 11 Jan 2009 19:35:33
From: nefletch
Subject: beware the sausage Mcmuffin
Yesterday, my son wanted a sausage Mcmuffin from
Mcdonalds, I bought him one with the egg on it. When
we sat down to eat, he decided against having the egg
on top. He simply unwrapped the wrappper, and laid his
egg on it, and ate his sandwich. When he was finished, he
picked up his wrapper, and there was a purplish stain on
our wooden kitchen table. Evidently, the grease from his
egg disolved the dye on the wrapper, and that dye stained
the kitchen table.........I can't get it off for nothing.....I'm
just a littled pissed...






 
Date: 12 Jan 2009 20:46:57
From: funky cold medina
Subject: Re: beware the sausage Mcmuffin
On Jan 12, 5:58=A0pm, "brewmaster" <a1...@webnntp.invalid > wrote:

> You ever been to OkiDogs in Hollywood? =A0It used to be on Santa Monica
> across from Astro Burger but moved a little bit down a sidestreet. =A0We
> used to go there every night when it was the punk hangout when we were
> kids in like 79/80. =A0An Okidog is a large flour tortilla with 2 hotdogs=
,
> wrapped into the same tortilla, but in separate like compartments. =A01
> compartment has a hotdog and pastrami and the other has a hotdog and chil=
i
> and cheese. =A0Anyway, they are great.
>
> Brew
> --
> Email me here:http://tinymail.me/k4r2nk

Yeah, Oki Dogs is still notorious. It's in WeHo over on Fairfax now
(I think). It has a cult following and I heard they make pastrami
burritos as big as a large raccoon. Never been... I guess I need to
eh?

There's a burger joint by my place called The Bucket. They make a
burger called 'the Cardiac.' It's not for the faint of heart. Takes
two hands to hold this behemoth (I've got big f**n hands too -- and
you know what they say). I know it has two huge beef patties, a
fried egg, lettuce, tomato, pickles, grilled onions, mushrooms, bacon,
ham, cheese and mayo. And some other stuff.

Where angels fear to tread. :)

http://www.yelp.com/biz/the-bucket-los-angeles



 
Date: 12 Jan 2009 18:10:13
From: Pepe Papon
Subject: Re: beware the sausage Mcmuffin
On Sun, 11 Jan 2009 19:35:33 -0700, "nefletch" <aceking@bbc.net >
wrote:

>Yesterday, my son wanted a sausage Mcmuffin from
>Mcdonalds, I bought him one with the egg on it. When
>we sat down to eat, he decided against having the egg
>on top. He simply unwrapped the wrappper, and laid his
>egg on it, and ate his sandwich. When he was finished, he
>picked up his wrapper, and there was a purplish stain on
>our wooden kitchen table. Evidently, the grease from his
>egg disolved the dye on the wrapper, and that dye stained
>the kitchen table.........I can't get it off for nothing.....I'm
>just a littled pissed...
>

Get another McMuffin, squeeze the grease onto the table, and wipe.


 
Date: 12 Jan 2009 10:58:50
From: charrison100
Subject: Re: beware the sausage Mcmuffin
On Jan 11 2009 9:35 PM, nefletch wrote:

> Yesterday, my son wanted a sausage Mcmuffin from
> Mcdonalds, I bought him one with the egg on it. When
> we sat down to eat, he decided against having the egg
> on top. He simply unwrapped the wrappper, and laid his
> egg on it, and ate his sandwich. When he was finished, he
> picked up his wrapper, and there was a purplish stain on
> our wooden kitchen table. Evidently, the grease from his
> egg disolved the dye on the wrapper, and that dye stained
> the kitchen table.........I can't get it off for nothing.....I'm
> just a littled pissed...

Wood Table?

Toothpaste has been known to work on things like cigarette burns. try it
as not as it's not the abrasvie kind.

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Date: 12 Jan 2009 06:48:41
From: Deadmoney Walking
Subject: Re: beware the sausage Mcmuffin
On Jan 11, 9:35=A0pm, "nefletch" <acek...@bbc.net > wrote:
> Yesterday, my son wanted a sausage Mcmuffin from
> Mcdonalds, =A0I bought him one with the egg on it. =A0When
> we sat down to eat, he decided against having the egg
> on top. =A0He simply unwrapped the wrappper, and laid his
> egg on it, and ate his sandwich. =A0When he was finished, he
> picked up his wrapper, and there was a purplish stain on
> our wooden kitchen table. =A0Evidently, the grease from his
> egg disolved the dye on the wrapper, and that dye stained
> the kitchen table.........I =A0can't get it off for nothing.....I'm
> just a littled pissed...


I am hooked on their breakfast sandwhichs as my ass is now getting
hooked on anything sharp I walk by.

top 5 are probably.

1. 5th St Cafe in Foxwoods; at 7:00am after not eating for 11 hours
with sausuge egg and cheese on a crossaint, with pepper.

2. In my kitchen with Johnsonville Original breakfast sausage with
Mexican 4 cheese. on a whole wheat bagel because I think white flour
is unhealthy.

3. Tim Hortons
4. McDonalds
5. Dunkin Donuts

Final three served with coffee and donuts.


 
Date: 12 Jan 2009 07:28:41
From: da pickle no spam
Subject: Re: beware the sausage Mcmuffin
"nefletch"


> I can't get it off for nothing.

Magic sponge from Mr. Clean




 
Date: 12 Jan 2009 00:13:49
From: funky cold medina
Subject: Re: beware the sausage Mcmuffin
On Jan 12, 12:09=A0am, "Steam" <a74b...@webnntp.invalid > wrote:
> On Jan 11 2009 11:37 PM, funky cold medina wrote:
>
>
>
>
>
> > On Jan 11, 10:47=A0pm, "Irish Mike" <mjos...@ameritech.net> wrote:
> > > "Welshman" <a1...@webnntp.invalid> wrote in message
>
> > =A0Seriously folks, that super
> > > greasy, fat infested, over-processed stuff they sell at McDonalds jus=
t
> ain't
> > > good for you.
>
> > > Irish Mike
>
> > It's wonderful... ain't it.
>
> > I like to get a Big Mac combo with a Southwest Chicken salad and two
> > cherry pies. =A0Sometimes I'll throw in a strawberry shake for good
> > measure.
>
> > It's not as good as In & Out burger - but hey.
>
> > Now, the fucking best when I'm in a rush, when I'm in the mood for
> > something really special... that's the spicy pork bulgogi with extra
> > kimchi from Kim's Kitchen.
>
> > (Although I did hear about a place downtown that sells kimchi
> > burgers... and this bears a little investigating)
>
> You like kimchi? =A0I suspect the vast majority on here would hate the
> stuff. =A0I like it myself, and it does amazing things for your digestion=
.
> I don't care for it when they put radishes in it, which most of the stuff
> frm Koreatown has, and I don't like it when they load it up with MSG.
>
> I always find Kings kimchi is a good bet.
>
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I love it - but it's an acquired taste. Have to eat it with a dish
too... not hardcore enough to eat it alone like some people I know. I
buy it from the HK market in K-town.

Whatever you do, never, I mean NEVER... stick it in the fridge in a
styrofoam container and let it sit overnight. I made that mistake
once --

The whole kitchen reeked for 3 days and everything in the fridge had a
kimchi aftertaste and smell. Even the peanut butter. That was
depressing.

My Korean friends actually keep two refrigerators... one for kimchi,
and one for everything else. I learned the hard way. (And don't even
think about leaving leftovers from the Korean restaurant with any kind
of kimchi in your car for a couple hours.... bad bad bad move).


  
Date: 12 Jan 2009 09:08:18
From: Irish Mike
Subject: Re: beware the sausage Mcmuffin

"funky cold medina" <kellywong74@yahoo.com > wrote in message
news:45b89d0d-9c02-4195-b22c-006b6139d1e2@g39g2000pri.googlegroups.com...
On Jan 12, 12:09 am, "Steam" <a74b...@webnntp.invalid > wrote:
> On Jan 11 2009 11:37 PM, funky cold medina wrote:
>
>
>
>
>
> > On Jan 11, 10:47 pm, "Irish Mike" <mjos...@ameritech.net> wrote:
> > > "Welshman" <a1...@webnntp.invalid> wrote in message
>
> > Seriously folks, that super
> > > greasy, fat infested, over-processed stuff they sell at McDonalds just
> ain't
> > > good for you.
>
> > > Irish Mike
>
> > It's wonderful... ain't it.
>
> > I like to get a Big Mac combo with a Southwest Chicken salad and two
> > cherry pies. Sometimes I'll throw in a strawberry shake for good
> > measure.
>
> > It's not as good as In & Out burger - but hey.
>
> > Now, the fucking best when I'm in a rush, when I'm in the mood for
> > something really special... that's the spicy pork bulgogi with extra
> > kimchi from Kim's Kitchen.
>
> > (Although I did hear about a place downtown that sells kimchi
> > burgers... and this bears a little investigating)
>
> You like kimchi? I suspect the vast majority on here would hate the
> stuff. I like it myself, and it does amazing things for your digestion.
> I don't care for it when they put radishes in it, which most of the stuff
> frm Koreatown has, and I don't like it when they load it up with MSG.
>
> I always find Kings kimchi is a good bet.
>
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I love it - but it's an acquired taste. Have to eat it with a dish
too... not hardcore enough to eat it alone like some people I know. I
buy it from the HK market in K-town.

Whatever you do, never, I mean NEVER... stick it in the fridge in a
styrofoam container and let it sit overnight. I made that mistake
once --

The whole kitchen reeked for 3 days and everything in the fridge had a
kimchi aftertaste and smell. Even the peanut butter. That was
depressing.

My Korean friends actually keep two refrigerators... one for kimchi,
and one for everything else. I learned the hard way. (And don't even
think about leaving leftovers from the Korean restaurant with any kind
of kimchi in your car for a couple hours.... bad bad bad move).


I will, on occasion, eat Asian food. But I have two very strict rules that
I never (and I do mean never) break.
First, I buy fresh ingredients at the local super market and prepare the
food at home. I would never buy food that is prepared and packaged at an
Asian market. Second, on those rare occasions when I eat at an Asian
restaurant, it has to be one where the chef brings out the food, lets you
look at it, and prepares it at the table right in front of you. And even
then, I try to research the restaurant, in advance, for health code
violations. There is absolutely no why in hell I would eat at an Asian
restaurant where they prepare the food, behind closed doors, and then bring
it out and serve it to you. Yes, I know that any kind of restaurant can be
dirty, unhygienic and sell spoiled, left over, recycled, poorly cooked food.
But we all judge by our experience. I've spent time in the far east and I
know some of the things they consider edible, I consider disgusting. I've
also seen Asians do things with food they store, prepare, sell and serve to
the public that would gag a maggot off a gut wagon. Therefore, this is
America, it's my money and I decide where I spend it - and where I don't.

Irish Mike





 
Date: 11 Jan 2009 23:37:26
From: funky cold medina
Subject: Re: beware the sausage Mcmuffin
On Jan 11, 10:47=A0pm, "Irish Mike" <mjos...@ameritech.net > wrote:
> "Welshman" <a1...@webnntp.invalid> wrote in message
>
=A0Seriously folks, that super
> greasy, fat infested, over-processed stuff they sell at McDonalds just ai=
n't
> good for you.
>
> Irish Mike

It's wonderful... ain't it.

I like to get a Big Mac combo with a Southwest Chicken salad and two
cherry pies. Sometimes I'll throw in a strawberry shake for good
measure.

It's not as good as In & Out burger - but hey.

Now, the fucking best when I'm in a rush, when I'm in the mood for
something really special... that's the spicy pork bulgogi with extra
kimchi from Kim's Kitchen.

(Although I did hear about a place downtown that sells kimchi
burgers... and this bears a little investigating)



  
Date: 12 Jan 2009 17:58:12
From: brewmaster
Subject: Re: beware the sausage Mcmuffin
On Jan 11 2009 11:37 PM, funky cold medina wrote:

> On Jan 11, 10:47 pm, "Irish Mike" <mjos...@ameritech.net> wrote:
> > "Welshman" <a1...@webnntp.invalid> wrote in message
> >
>  Seriously folks, that super
> > greasy, fat infested, over-processed stuff they sell at McDonalds just
ain't
> > good for you.
> >
> > Irish Mike
>
> It's wonderful... ain't it.
>
> I like to get a Big Mac combo with a Southwest Chicken salad and two
> cherry pies. Sometimes I'll throw in a strawberry shake for good
> measure.
>
> It's not as good as In & Out burger - but hey.
>
> Now, the fucking best when I'm in a rush, when I'm in the mood for
> something really special... that's the spicy pork bulgogi with extra
> kimchi from Kim's Kitchen.
>
> (Although I did hear about a place downtown that sells kimchi
> burgers... and this bears a little investigating)

You ever been to OkiDogs in Hollywood? It used to be on Santa Monica
across from Astro Burger but moved a little bit down a sidestreet. We
used to go there every night when it was the punk hangout when we were
kids in like 79/80. An Okidog is a large flour tortilla with 2 hotdogs,
wrapped into the same tortilla, but in separate like compartments. 1
compartment has a hotdog and pastrami and the other has a hotdog and chili
and cheese. Anyway, they are great.



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Date: 12 Jan 2009 00:09:38
From: Steam
Subject: Re: beware the sausage Mcmuffin
On Jan 11 2009 11:37 PM, funky cold medina wrote:

> On Jan 11, 10:47 pm, "Irish Mike" <mjos...@ameritech.net> wrote:
> > "Welshman" <a1...@webnntp.invalid> wrote in message
> >
>  Seriously folks, that super
> > greasy, fat infested, over-processed stuff they sell at McDonalds just
ain't
> > good for you.
> >
> > Irish Mike
>
> It's wonderful... ain't it.
>
> I like to get a Big Mac combo with a Southwest Chicken salad and two
> cherry pies. Sometimes I'll throw in a strawberry shake for good
> measure.
>
> It's not as good as In & Out burger - but hey.
>
> Now, the fucking best when I'm in a rush, when I'm in the mood for
> something really special... that's the spicy pork bulgogi with extra
> kimchi from Kim's Kitchen.
>
> (Although I did hear about a place downtown that sells kimchi
> burgers... and this bears a little investigating)

You like kimchi? I suspect the vast majority on here would hate the
stuff. I like it myself, and it does amazing things for your digestion.
I don't care for it when they put radishes in it, which most of the stuff
frm Koreatown has, and I don't like it when they load it up with MSG.

I always find Kings kimchi is a good bet.

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Date: 12 Jan 2009 18:12:30
From: Pepe Papon
Subject: Re: beware the sausage Mcmuffin
On Mon, 12 Jan 2009 00:09:38 -0800, "Steam" <a74baac@webnntp.invalid >
wrote:

>> (Although I did hear about a place downtown that sells kimchi
>> burgers... and this bears a little investigating)
>
>You like kimchi? I suspect the vast majority on here would hate the
>stuff.

I can't stand the stuff, but there are lots of other items in Korean
restaurants that are quite yummy.


    
Date: 14 Jan 2009 19:08:57
From: Bill Clark
Subject: Re: beware the sausage Mcmuffin
Pepe Papon <hitmeister@mindspring.dot.com.invalid > wrote in
news:73unm4ln90oubeura11tf7pn721j40iljm@4ax.com:

>>You like kimchi? I suspect the vast majority on here would hate the
>>stuff.
>
> I can't stand the stuff, but there are lots of other items in Korean
> restaurants that are quite yummy.

Having been in Korea in the '50s and watching the filthy mamasans
cooking this shit with fish eyes floating on the top, I don't see how
anybody can even consider eating the *authentic* version of this shit!
Hell they lift their skirt and deficate in the gutter while cooking the
traditional version...

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Date: 12 Jan 2009 20:26:39
From: mccard
Subject: Re: beware the sausage Mcmuffin

"Pepe Papon" <hitmeister@mindspring.dot.com.invalid > wrote in message
news:73unm4ln90oubeura11tf7pn721j40iljm@4ax.com...
> On Mon, 12 Jan 2009 00:09:38 -0800, "Steam" <a74baac@webnntp.invalid>
> wrote:
>
>>> (Although I did hear about a place downtown that sells kimchi
>>> burgers... and this bears a little investigating)
>>
>>You like kimchi? I suspect the vast majority on here would hate the
>>stuff.
>
> I can't stand the stuff, but there are lots of other items in Korean
> restaurants that are quite yummy.

Its not "genuine" but a lot easier than burying and fermenting. Plus you
can make it as hot as you want. Good relish for dogs and brats.

http://www.ming.com/simplyming/showrecipes2003/recipe12202003.htm



     
Date: 12 Jan 2009 20:08:38
From: Steam
Subject: Re: beware the sausage Mcmuffin
On Jan 12 2009 6:26 PM, mccard wrote:

> "Pepe Papon" <hitmeister@mindspring.dot.com.invalid> wrote in message
> news:73unm4ln90oubeura11tf7pn721j40iljm@4ax.com...
> > On Mon, 12 Jan 2009 00:09:38 -0800, "Steam" <a74baac@webnntp.invalid>
> > wrote:
> >
> >>> (Although I did hear about a place downtown that sells kimchi
> >>> burgers... and this bears a little investigating)
> >>
> >>You like kimchi? I suspect the vast majority on here would hate the
> >>stuff.
> >
> > I can't stand the stuff, but there are lots of other items in Korean
> > restaurants that are quite yummy.
>
> Its not "genuine" but a lot easier than burying and fermenting. Plus you
> can make it as hot as you want. Good relish for dogs and brats.
>
> http://www.ming.com/simplyming/showrecipes2003/recipe12202003.htm

Vinegar kimchi, no thanks. The real fermented stuff is much better,
there's no reason you have to ferment it yourself, just pick up some Kings.

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Date: 11 Jan 2009 22:24:34
From: Welshman
Subject: Re: beware the sausage Mcmuffin
On Jan 11 2009 6:35 PM, nefletch wrote:

> Yesterday, my son wanted a sausage Mcmuffin from
> Mcdonalds, I bought him one with the egg on it. When
> we sat down to eat, he decided against having the egg
> on top. He simply unwrapped the wrappper, and laid his
> egg on it, and ate his sandwich. When he was finished, he
> picked up his wrapper, and there was a purplish stain on
> our wooden kitchen table. Evidently, the grease from his
> egg disolved the dye on the wrapper, and that dye stained
> the kitchen table.........I can't get it off for nothing.....I'm
> just a littled pissed...


Watch the movie Supersize Me and pay special attention to the bit towards
the end when the McDonalds burger & fries are kept to see how long it
takes them to grow mold etc. and you may never eat another McDonalds
again. I know I haven't.

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Date: 12 Jan 2009 10:58:02
From: charrison100
Subject: Re: beware the sausage Mcmuffin
On Jan 12 2009 1:24 AM, Welshman wrote:

> On Jan 11 2009 6:35 PM, nefletch wrote:
>
> > Yesterday, my son wanted a sausage Mcmuffin from
> > Mcdonalds, I bought him one with the egg on it. When
> > we sat down to eat, he decided against having the egg
> > on top. He simply unwrapped the wrappper, and laid his
> > egg on it, and ate his sandwich. When he was finished, he
> > picked up his wrapper, and there was a purplish stain on
> > our wooden kitchen table. Evidently, the grease from his
> > egg disolved the dye on the wrapper, and that dye stained
> > the kitchen table.........I can't get it off for nothing.....I'm
> > just a littled pissed...
>
>
> Watch the movie Supersize Me and pay special attention to the bit towards
> the end when the McDonalds burger & fries are kept to see how long it
> takes them to grow mold etc. and you may never eat another McDonalds
> again. I know I haven't.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mYyDXH1amic&feature=related

The Bionic Burger

Chris

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Date: 12 Jan 2009 00:23:30
From: Bill T
Subject: Re: beware the sausage Mcmuffin
On 1/11/2009 22:24, Welshman wrote:
> On Jan 11 2009 6:35 PM, nefletch wrote:
>
>> Yesterday, my son wanted a sausage Mcmuffin from
>> Mcdonalds, I bought him one with the egg on it. When
>> we sat down to eat, he decided against having the egg
>> on top. He simply unwrapped the wrappper, and laid his
>> egg on it, and ate his sandwich. When he was finished, he
>> picked up his wrapper, and there was a purplish stain on
>> our wooden kitchen table. Evidently, the grease from his
>> egg disolved the dye on the wrapper, and that dye stained
>> the kitchen table.........I can't get it off for nothing.....I'm
>> just a littled pissed...
>
>
> Watch the movie Supersize Me and pay special attention to the bit towards
> the end when the McDonalds burger& fries are kept to see how long it
> takes them to grow mold etc. and you may never eat another McDonalds
> again. I know I haven't.
>


I don't care about that. What I do notice is that the food at McD
tastes horrible. Why put pinkish mayonnaise on a beef patty and make it
your signature dish?

Any of the other beef fast-food joints have better food.






   
Date: 12 Jan 2009 00:34:18
From: Clave
Subject: Re: beware the sausage Mcmuffin
"Bill T" <wctom1@pacbell.net > wrote in message
news:496afdab$0$22994$9a6e19ea@news.newshosting.com...
> On 1/11/2009 22:24, Welshman wrote:
>> On Jan 11 2009 6:35 PM, nefletch wrote:
>>
>>> Yesterday, my son wanted a sausage Mcmuffin from
>>> Mcdonalds, I bought him one with the egg on it. When
>>> we sat down to eat, he decided against having the egg
>>> on top. He simply unwrapped the wrappper, and laid his
>>> egg on it, and ate his sandwich. When he was finished, he
>>> picked up his wrapper, and there was a purplish stain on
>>> our wooden kitchen table. Evidently, the grease from his
>>> egg disolved the dye on the wrapper, and that dye stained
>>> the kitchen table.........I can't get it off for nothing.....I'm
>>> just a littled pissed...
>>
>>
>> Watch the movie Supersize Me and pay special attention to the bit towards
>> the end when the McDonalds burger& fries are kept to see how long it
>> takes them to grow mold etc. and you may never eat another McDonalds
>> again. I know I haven't.
>>
>
>
> I don't care about that. What I do notice is that the food at McD tastes
> horrible. Why put pinkish mayonnaise on a beef patty and make it your
> signature dish?

The pinkish mayo is called "fry sauce" in the western states.

It's kind of a mix of mayo and ketchup, and it's awful to anyone who didn't
grow up just applying it to their thighs.

Jim




    
Date: 12 Jan 2009 01:19:29
From: jonathan
Subject: Re: beware the sausage Mcmuffin
nothin beats a big mac meal
On Jan 12 2009 12:34 AM, Clave wrote:

> "Bill T" <wctom1@pacbell.net> wrote in message
> news:496afdab$0$22994$9a6e19ea@news.newshosting.com...
> > On 1/11/2009 22:24, Welshman wrote:
> >> On Jan 11 2009 6:35 PM, nefletch wrote:
> >>
> >>> Yesterday, my son wanted a sausage Mcmuffin from
> >>> Mcdonalds, I bought him one with the egg on it. When
> >>> we sat down to eat, he decided against having the egg
> >>> on top. He simply unwrapped the wrappper, and laid his
> >>> egg on it, and ate his sandwich. When he was finished, he
> >>> picked up his wrapper, and there was a purplish stain on
> >>> our wooden kitchen table. Evidently, the grease from his
> >>> egg disolved the dye on the wrapper, and that dye stained
> >>> the kitchen table.........I can't get it off for nothing.....I'm
> >>> just a littled pissed...
> >>
> >>
> >> Watch the movie Supersize Me and pay special attention to the bit towards
> >> the end when the McDonalds burger& fries are kept to see how long it
> >> takes them to grow mold etc. and you may never eat another McDonalds
> >> again. I know I haven't.
> >>
> >
> >
> > I don't care about that. What I do notice is that the food at McD tastes
> > horrible. Why put pinkish mayonnaise on a beef patty and make it your
> > signature dish?
>
> The pinkish mayo is called "fry sauce" in the western states.
>
> It's kind of a mix of mayo and ketchup, and it's awful to anyone who didn't
> grow up just applying it to their thighs.
>
> Jim


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Date: 12 Jan 2009 01:47:24
From: Irish Mike
Subject: Re: beware the sausage Mcmuffin

"Welshman" <a162d@webnntp.invalid > wrote in message
news:2a4r36xts.ln2@recgroups.com...
> On Jan 11 2009 6:35 PM, nefletch wrote:
>
>> Yesterday, my son wanted a sausage Mcmuffin from
>> Mcdonalds, I bought him one with the egg on it. When
>> we sat down to eat, he decided against having the egg
>> on top. He simply unwrapped the wrappper, and laid his
>> egg on it, and ate his sandwich. When he was finished, he
>> picked up his wrapper, and there was a purplish stain on
>> our wooden kitchen table. Evidently, the grease from his
>> egg disolved the dye on the wrapper, and that dye stained
>> the kitchen table.........I can't get it off for nothing.....I'm
>> just a littled pissed...
>
>
> Watch the movie Supersize Me and pay special attention to the bit towards
> the end when the McDonalds burger & fries are kept to see how long it
> takes them to grow mold etc. and you may never eat another McDonalds
> again. I know I haven't.

I'm with you bucko. The last time I ate at McDonads was about five years
ago. I ordered one of their individual apple pies. It tasted like a pile
of melted sugar on a piece of cardboard. Seriously folks, that super
greasy, fat infested, over-processed stuff they sell at McDonalds just ain't
good for you.

Irish Mike




  
Date: 11 Jan 2009 22:44:52
From: Steam
Subject: Re: beware the sausage Mcmuffin
On Jan 11 2009 10:24 PM, Welshman wrote:

> On Jan 11 2009 6:35 PM, nefletch wrote:
>
> > Yesterday, my son wanted a sausage Mcmuffin from
> > Mcdonalds, I bought him one with the egg on it. When
> > we sat down to eat, he decided against having the egg
> > on top. He simply unwrapped the wrappper, and laid his
> > egg on it, and ate his sandwich. When he was finished, he
> > picked up his wrapper, and there was a purplish stain on
> > our wooden kitchen table. Evidently, the grease from his
> > egg disolved the dye on the wrapper, and that dye stained
> > the kitchen table.........I can't get it off for nothing.....I'm
> > just a littled pissed...
>
>
> Watch the movie Supersize Me and pay special attention to the bit towards
> the end when the McDonalds burger & fries are kept to see how long it
> takes them to grow mold etc. and you may never eat another McDonalds
> again. I know I haven't.

McDonalds is crap. The last time I order a McGriddle breakfast sandwich,
I felt nauseous all day long, I'd rather starve to death than eat there
again.

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Date: 11 Jan 2009 22:58:13
From: Clave
Subject: Re: beware the sausage Mcmuffin
"Steam" <a74baac@webnntp.invalid > wrote in message
news:4g5r36x2v.ln2@recgroups.com...

<... >

> McDonalds is crap. The last time I order a McGriddle breakfast
> sandwich, I felt nauseous all day long, I'd rather starve to
> death than eat there again.

I have their breakfast burritos every time I want to feel like I have
fifteen pounds of #10 bird shot in my guts all day.

Come on...drive-through breakfast?

Jim




  
Date: 12 Jan 2009 00:27:55
From: Peg Smith
Subject: Re: beware the sausage Mcmuffin
On Sun, 11 Jan 2009 22:24:34 -0800, "Welshman" <a162d@webnntp.invalid >
wrote:

>Watch the movie Supersize Me and pay special attention to the bit towards
>the end when the McDonalds burger & fries are kept to see how long it
>takes them to grow mold etc. and you may never eat another McDonalds
>again. I know I haven't.

I don't have any problem eating it now and then, but I eat it before
it gets moldy.

Peg


   
Date: 12 Jan 2009 00:25:25
From: RazzO
Subject: Re: beware the sausage Mcmuffin
.eh... which is, like, never.



On Jan 11 2009 10:27 PM, Peg Smith wrote:

> I don't have any problem eating it now and then, but I eat it before
> it gets moldy.
>
> Peg


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Date: 11 Jan 2009 20:01:12
From: FangBanger
Subject: Re: beware the sausage Mcmuffin
On Jan 11 2009 8:35 PM, nefletch wrote:

> Yesterday, my son wanted a sausage Mcmuffin from
> Mcdonalds, I bought him one with the egg on it. When
> we sat down to eat, he decided against having the egg
> on top. He simply unwrapped the wrappper, and laid his
> egg on it, and ate his sandwich. When he was finished, he
> picked up his wrapper, and there was a purplish stain on
> our wooden kitchen table. Evidently, the grease from his
> egg disolved the dye on the wrapper, and that dye stained
> the kitchen table.........I can't get it off for nothing.....I'm
> just a littled pissed...

jJust do the same thing 4-5 more times in direct symetry from the center
of the table and tell people it is "distressed" and give it some designer
name

COULD START A WHOLE MOVEMENT


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Date: 11 Jan 2009 20:13:17
From: brewmaster
Subject: Re: beware the sausage Mcmuffin
On Jan 11 2009 8:01 PM, FangBanger wrote:

> On Jan 11 2009 8:35 PM, nefletch wrote:
>
> > Yesterday, my son wanted a sausage Mcmuffin from
> > Mcdonalds, I bought him one with the egg on it. When
> > we sat down to eat, he decided against having the egg
> > on top. He simply unwrapped the wrappper, and laid his
> > egg on it, and ate his sandwich. When he was finished, he
> > picked up his wrapper, and there was a purplish stain on
> > our wooden kitchen table. Evidently, the grease from his
> > egg disolved the dye on the wrapper, and that dye stained
> > the kitchen table.........I can't get it off for nothing.....I'm
> > just a littled pissed...
>
> jJust do the same thing 4-5 more times in direct symetry from the center
> of the table and tell people it is "distressed" and give it some designer
> name
>
> COULD START A WHOLE MOVEMENT

Normally McDonalds sausage mcmuffins cause different movements for me, but
you have a good idea there.

>
>
> Those who can make you believe absurdities can make you commit atrocities.
> Voltaire


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Date: 11 Jan 2009 19:57:53
From: risky biz
Subject: Re: beware the sausage Mcmuffin
On Jan 11 2009 7:35 PM, nefletch wrote:

> Yesterday, my son wanted a sausage Mcmuffin from
> Mcdonalds, I bought him one with the egg on it. When
> we sat down to eat, he decided against having the egg
> on top. He simply unwrapped the wrappper, and laid his
> egg on it, and ate his sandwich. When he was finished, he
> picked up his wrapper, and there was a purplish stain on
> our wooden kitchen table. Evidently, the grease from his
> egg disolved the dye on the wrapper, and that dye stained
> the kitchen table.........I can't get it off for nothing.....I'm
> just a littled pissed...

This is why I never eat the wrapper.

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