As if you already didn't know: McDonalds Hamburgers are synthetic

From time to time, I post frightening things on this blog, either deep-fried Twinkies or giant, 3-pound hamburgers. It's all a little bit of a laugh, and I get some sort of sick enjoyment at the idea that someone might actually be looking for health advice, and find an article about Twinkies.

Occasionally, though, I scare myself with what I post, and today is such a day.

Some clever health counselor bought a McDonalds Hamburger back in 1996, which, I assume you understand, is over 10 years ago at 2006.

Here's what it looks like today:




It looks just like a McDonalds burger, with a patty and a bun. Why hasn't it decomposed? Why isn't it rotten?

"People always ask me - what did you do to preserve it ?

Nothing - it preserved itself.

Ladies, Gentleman, and children alike - this is a chemical food. There is absolutely no nutrition here.

Not one ounce of food value. Or at least value for why we are eating in the first place. "

Even more shocking is that the writer went to McDonalds in 2008 and bought a new burger, laid them side-by-side:

McDonalds hamburger from 2008 with one from 1996

Which one is which? Where's the ketchup?

The real question is: how long will it last? Will it never biodegrade? Will it still taste as good in 100 years? If so, perhaps we should consider packing our soldiers and hikers with packs of McDonalds hamburgers.
As if you already didn't know: McDonalds Hamburgers are synthetic As if you already didn't know: McDonalds Hamburgers are synthetic Reviewed by Admin on June 25, 2019 Rating: 5

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