And here we see a MickeyD's in Warsaw serving a menu item we've never seen in the states. This is true of McDonalds all over the world, they adjust to the local cuisine. In Japan they have a much larger variety of fish related products.
I wanted to go to McDonald's today, but the queue moved sooo slow. And thenn....I saw the idiot standing behind the register, coughing and sneezing all over his hands, which he did not wash. After seeing that I just lost my appetite. Seriously, why are there always retards working at McD's? But now I'm hungry, but I'm tired too, wonder what I'll do XD
About the photograph, I think the one in Disneyland Village was about the same size but still this is huuuuge
Gawd, I bet the DAmeeting was totally awesome! It'sa shame that I couldn't be there, because I had my matura exams on that day (final hi-school exams). Are you going to visit our country again? It would be totally awesome
Wow I've never seen anything like that menu item here in the states, u r right. But nevermind that - look how huge & fancy it looks. Here it's a lil rinky dink, there it looks like a real restaurant. Interesting.
Oh, CBO... I miss that one, they had it here in Portugal too. It's funny how they adapt to different countries. Here we have soups and some of them are just old traditional recipes. And then there were McOriente (best damn thing McD ever made, but it was limited edition...), M, and a special red and green sundae that comes every time the national soccer team plays in the Euro or World Cup. And when I went to Denmark they had this great chicken, pickles and purple cabbage burger that unfortunately never made its way to Lisbon, probably because around here people hate that stuff...
I think that would be a popular sandwich/hamburguer here in costa rica. we get gallo pinto for breakfast here. and chicken guacamole hamburguers. ahhhh. I want some mcdonald's now. btw, i had to google what the hell maccas was.