Jacob: Fuck nah, that place is infested with pinoys and pinays lulz. its like a pacific islanders WWII rally.
1. an international fast-food restaurant chain founded in the Philippines. Jollibee restaurants compete successfully with McDonald's, offering their own Filipino versions of specialty burgers and other items like fried chicken and noodle dishes that aren't found in other hamburger chains. There are over 800 Jollibee restaurants domestically in the Philippines, and over 100 stores internationally. International locations include the United States, Canada, Saudi Arabia, Hong Kong, Vietnam, Indonesia, Singapore, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, and Brunei.
2. the mascot of the Jollibee restaurant, a human-sized bee donned in a red formal wear jacket, bow tie, and a chef's hat.
3. the multinational parent corporation that owns the Jollibee restaurant chain and several other brands, formally named the Jollibee Foods Corporation. It is headquartered in Pasig City, Philippines. Besides Jollibee, licensed brands include Chowking, Greenwich Pizza, Red Ribbon, Mang Inasal and Burger King Philippines. Total restaurant locations worldwide exceed 2,500 stores, with retail sales totaling over 82.1 billion pesos ($1.82 billion USD) per year.
McDonalds: A fast food chain that has a cynical clown as their mascot that ties down children and shove food down their throats until they are fat as hell.