"I can't believe it's coming out of a toy."
Apparently, there's a good chance it'll be from McDonald's.
The patties will have a "new shape," too.
For the first time in 45 years, the chain will close more American stores than it will open.
Perhaps he can explain what a "more modern, progressive burger company" means?
"It's a watershed moment in a kosher-eating person's life."
The move is part of a broader plan to recommit to "hotter, tastier food."
Some are even considering egg substitutes.
But not on burgers.
Stop retroactively ruining our childhood, McDonald's.
Maybe focus less on "driving operational growth" and focus instead on making better burgers.
The super-slow system is now being tested in the drive-through.
The employee reportedly lost it after the man spit at him.
He maxed out on every single topping option.
The earning report broke some bad news.
The reduced menu is totally underwhelming.
Operator relations are the worst in the survey's 11-year history.
Vladimir Putin is not a fan of the Big Mac.