People often associate McDonalds with unhealthy, fat, bad, and more, yet they usually choose it as a good location for a regular meal, a birthday party and more every-day festivites, formal and casual.
People, who are of a empty stomach fail to resist to the simple 'delicacies' that this business provides, and they constantly complain about it but fail to confess their faults. I, myself naturally dislike McDonalds food, and while I say naturally, I mean I do not actually have any need of holding or controlling myself, as I aim animosity towards the food, a privilege of some kind, I hope you will agree. In my lifetime of eleven years, I have only went to McDonalds twice, and about those encounters I will not go into detail, although I will state that I was generally appalled by its cheap services. People gain 'fat' by eating fast food, a popular belief that shows itself correct and just, McDonalds is a clear example of this nimble, but not new belief, as many people that go there have to deal with the 'consequences of their actions' as they gain a few unhealthy pounds.
Joe: *frowns and complains about the restaurant, criticizing it and insulting, inflicting a assault on it.
However, Joe now suffers from an empty stomach, and eventually agrees with Mary and gives her his consent, and they both spend the afternoon eating hamburgers and chewing on fries, drinking juice and eventually sweetening their tooth by savoring some sundaes.
2. The lowest common denominator (for eating out).
3. An expression of United States cultural imperialism/cultural pollution (as seen from outside the United States). A symbol of increasing global cultural homogenization.
4. One of the best incentives for students to work hard at their studies, so that they can either a) avoid ever working there or b) stop having to work there. See mcjob.
5. An eating place that can give you malnutrition and indigestion simultaneously.
6. An evil cult hell-bent on seducing youth and molding their eating preferences for life. See happy meal, branding.
7. Outside of the United States, a symbol of America -- Frequently the target of demonstrations, riots, arson etc. in consequence if no embassy or consulate is close by.
Almost everyone in the world have heard their infamous name, and they either love it or hate it.
Resulting in stepping inside an average abyss of tastebud Hell, you will be shocked to discover many terrifying sights. The basic area is horrid, and the first thing heard is whiny children complaining that their "McNuggets" are too "salty" and obnoxious overweight adult customers arguing pointlessly at a random worker. Most seats are taken up by either a crowd of 100 college students clustered into the corners of the room wearing baggy bin bags for trousers, idiotic children or teenagers shouting random things about their "meals" or obese men and women who gorge on about 5 of the disgusting, greasy "burgers" which would make a pig look like it has better diet and dining sense. The smell and overall breathing space is terrible, and the tiny sweaty dining areas usually waft with odours of frying faeces coming from the hidden kitchens.
In other information, most sensible people who have better minds and eating plans will stay well clear of this nightmare, rather than the poor, overweight souls who have had their mouths possesed by poorly cooked pieces of "meat" which look like floppy donkey carcass pressed into a disk-like shape by a child's cookie cutter. Often, terrible bouts of hiccups, burping, vomiting or diorraeh occur approximatly two hours after eating any large portion of the food served there.
Most people now resent the place even more, what with the pathetic TV commercials where they have rappers talking nonsence about how they think "McDonald's" is "the place to be" which makes 70% of the audience expossed to it want to slsh open their wrists in a frenzy of emarassment and hate. Even moronic pre-pubescant girls hate it, and if they were fans of Justin Timberlake now, they will have custom-made dartboards with a photograph of him in the middle for in his honour for inventing it's new catchphrase: "I'm lovin' it".
...Well, sorry, but in my opinion and half of the world, I sadly don't...but don't put me off you fans of buying the new "McVomit In A Bun".