Make no mistake about it, McDonald's 'food' is junk food laced with carcinogenic chemicals that are detrimental to the human body.
McDonald's products are literally poison for cannon fodder.
See the below article (20 May 2014) from News Corp how they promote McDonald's junk:
Secret McDonald’s menu hacks you’ll love
If you feel the promise falls a little flat, you might’ve missed Mickey D’s “secret menu”. Tired of that classic Big Mac? Why not try a McGangBang instead? Feel that your McNuggets could be a bit more sprightly? Next time, order them “fresh”.
These mystical order transformations appear on multiple online sources. Sites such as #HackTheMenu and SecretMenuholic offer tips and tricks for fast food fans who like to order outside of the box. If you’re curious how to get fish, chicken and beef all under the same bun (and who wouldn’t be?), these hacks are for you.
Do note, these items are definitely more “hacks” than unique food orders. But, if you think hard about it, McDonald’s serves about four basic foods and dresses them up with sauces and McNames to feign variety.
Nevertheless, some of these hacks will actually save you a couple of bucks, while others will just take your tastebuds on a little trip around the world’s most beloved fast food restaurant.
Without further ado, here are 13 of McDonald’s off-the-menu items to give a whirl:
Land, Sea and Air Burger
How To Order: Ask for a burger, Filet-O-Fish and a McChicken. Assembly required.
How To Order: Order one McChicken and one McDouble. Assemble privately.
Poor Man’s Big Mac
How To Order: Order a McDouble with special sauce, lettuce and onion and sans pickles and ketchup.
How To Order: Ask for the 2-cheeseburger meal. If your cashier hasn’t heard of it, order an additional cheeseburger alongside your classic cheeseburger meal.
How To Order: Ask for three McChickens and a Big Mac. Expect your hands to a little McMessy as you put it all together.
How To Order: Despite the complex look of this “burger”, all you have to do is ask for a Big Mac with eight patties. McDonald’s will build it for you. If you’re feeling like more of a mini monster, you could ask for four (or six, seven, three) patties.
How To Order: Order a slice of cheese on a hamburger bun, receive this sad little number.
How To Order: Order a BigMac with quarter pound patties. No assembly required.
‘Fresh’ Chicken McNuggets
Says Ritch88: “I used to work at McDonald’s. If you order, especially chicken nuggets, just ask for them fresh. Otherwise they’ve been just sitting in their container in the heat. They have a timer, but 9/10 times when that timer goes off, people just reset the timer instead of making new ones. This could go on until all the nuggets are sold.”
How To Order: Ask for fresh nuggets. I was surprised that the McDonald’s employee we ordered from knew exactly what we were asking for.
How To Order: Ask for one Fruit ‘N Yogurt Parfait and one order of Hotcakes*. Dress one half of each hot cake with yoghurt and fold. Once each cake is folded, drizzle syrup and granola (supplied separately with the parfait, as luck will have it) atop your dish.
*Make sure to get there while breakfast is being served!
How To Order: Ask for one baked apple pie and one McFlurry of your choosing (we opted for M&M). You can ask politely for the McDonald’s employees to blend the two together, but they may decline. If that’s the case, do your own blending, or use the oddly stick-shaped pie as a vessel to scoop the creamy stuff into your mouth.
How To Order: Just kindly request a shake with all three flavours, and patiently wait for the mixture to blend.
How To Order: This “secret menu item” is a bit tricky to order, since it calls for an item on the breakfast menu and an item on the regular menu. If you’re really dedicated, you can go to McDonald’s just as the menu is turning over: Get the last of the McGriddles and the first of the McChickens. Otherwise, you’ll have to make two trips (like we did) to chomp down on this fancy thing. Once that work is done, place the chicken patty inside of the McGriddle, and dress with syrup if you like.
Is it worth the effort? I wouldn’t know, I am a vegetarian.
This article originally appeared on The Huffington Post.