Tuesday, September 30, 2008

Don't Read This Post Right Before Lunch





Take a good look at the picture above. One of these McDonald's hamburgers in TWELVE YEARS OLD. (To find out which one, click here.) You gotta wonder what kind of chemicals allow for such amazing mummification. And where do you suppose I could get my hands on some? (Evil laughter.)

16 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

:P That's disgusting! I don't care if it was for science, no burger should be kept around that long. Actually, no food of any kind should be kept that long. I thought the one on the right was the old one, not the left. If you are reading this it's vitally important that you visit www.dmtshirtdesign.com/view/ShieldOfRock and vote for that shirt! :D

11:41 AM  
Blogger Kitty said...

Ehh.... It still looks good... I hope I won't puke my um... "Breakfast" [lol, I just woke up XD] out... ^^'

12:53 PM  
Blogger sprizzle said...

ewwww. !!!

1:21 PM  
Anonymous HaZeL said...

I guessed right! Wheee! That's a little gross, but actually kinda cool. If that's all you eat, do you end up with a non-rotting body.

2:56 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I still love Mickey Ds their cheeseburgers are the bestest -Nina-

8:16 PM  
Anonymous KieL said...

that is DISGUSTING!!! i dont even WANT to know what sorts of preservatives are in that burger. this reminds me of the movie "super size me"

8:34 PM  
Anonymous Patsee said...

My friend did a research report on the effects of fast food on the body, and she kept Mickey D's french fries in a plastic bag for three weeks. They didn't even begin to decay.


And I thought /that/ was disgusting....

9:19 PM  
Anonymous Irregular Kiki said...

That is so gross! Has anyone tasted that 12 year old burger? I wonder if it still tastes the same. But that is just off!

8:56 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Just buy a hamburger and keep it forever. Ta da, you've got another exotic food to try, Kirsten (jk)

4:58 PM  
Anonymous Undiscovered Universe said...

Ewww!
My core teacher is crazy, and she keeps around an old burger to show that when something in late, it is not as good as when it's on time (weird comparrason) Anyway, she took it out one day (a month old by this point) and one of that pattys that had been soaked in speccial souce was shrunk! So it was like half the size!!! Then, she through the burger at the wall and it shattered! Like glass!

5:41 PM  
Blogger falcon said...

Your core (homeroom sorta thing) teacher soaked it wierd sauce? Huh.

I hate mcdonalds anyway, because of many things, including the cruel way they treat the cows they use for beef

8:33 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Maybe its the same preservatives that make a Twinkie have a hundred year shelf life...
Did you know that two guys did a bunch of tests on twinkies (kinda as a joke) and some guy at NASA sent 'em a letter saying that their "research" may have opened the door for twinkies to be considered by the FAA to be further tested and possibly cleared for future space missions??? Weird, huh...
~Dante's Inferno (stupid Blogspot won't let me log in...)

10:47 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

yum!!!

9:45 PM  
Blogger Joy said...

Well that's weird, but fortunately I am a vegetarian and HATE McDonalds.

Kiel: We had to watch that for gym! ugh...

Falcon: same here.

-liltomboyblue

1:04 PM  
Anonymous Mrs. Bookworm said...

That makes you wonder if the hamburgers yu eat at macdonalds still are new... I mean, that's a lot of years. How much would it change during one year?! :S

2:59 AM  
Anonymous Forrester said...

i read that there is cow POOP in the McDonald's meat. and a fast food restaurant can have 187 health code violations before it gets shut down. and its not required for them to wear hairnets or wash their hands before preparing food!

Also: for all those vegetarians out there McDonald's fries are NOT vegetarian they use beef and chicken oil to deepfrie their fries in! and they only wash the friers once every month and a half.

7:45 PM  

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