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The 'Legend' in the Raw Flesh: This Is What an Uncooked McRib Looks Like

"The elusive McDonald's sandwich is back, and it looks less than appetizing without its shroud of barbecue sauce."

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Ate one for dinner...

...I like 'em.

Have since they first came out... years ago.

For a while I thought they were just a dream I had until the first time they brought it back. Now they bring it back all the time. Gotta get one every time.

Who remembers McDonald's PIZZA?!

Are you a POT or a PET - Person Embracing Tyranny?


and shaped like playdough.

Father - Husband - Son - Spirit - Consciousness

For me.....

the only thing that is legendary about the McRib is the legendary case of the Hershey Squirts I experienced after taking just a couple of bites of that sandwich.

I literally took three bites and found myself immediately perched upon the porcelain God to eject the stuff in one gigantic bombastic blast.

I love pork and I eat lots of it. The McRib is not pork, it is however a guaranteed rectal rimshot of biblical proportions if you attempt to digest it.

And I am being kind.

You are indeed

being kind, and i know exactly how you feel, McRibs make my intestines try to escape from my body for putting crap like that in it. but i try not to eat pork in general and the quasi pork McRib doesn't help pork out in anyway


I can't believe people actually eat that siht.

For free as MRIs maybe, but not actually paid for food.

Actually, America leads the world in eating siht.


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Favorite quote:

In 2011, Willy Stately wrote for The Awl that McDonald’s sole, erratic pork offering is in fact an act of arbitrage—that the chain only sells the sandwich when the commodities market is flooded with cheap pork futures, allowing it to make a killing during its limited run despite its seemingly low price.

If you can demonstrate that McDonald’s only introduces the sandwich when pork prices are lower than usual, then you’re but a couple logical steps from concluding that McDonald’s is essentially exploiting a market imbalance between what normal food producers are willing to pay for hog meat at certain times of the year, and what Americans are willing to pay for it once it is processed, molded into illogically anatomical shapes, and slathered in HFCS-rich BBQ sauce.

Tweeting occasionally as himself @cudnoski on the twitter.

Whats Wrong With That?

They only buy pork and sell Mcribs when pork prices are low?
Those criminals!
Should Mcdonalds buy Pork at a higher price and make less money or lose money? This sounds like more liberal anti-capitalist Bullsh*t.

You don't like Mcribs, don't buy Mcribs

I agree with you. People should be free to stuff as much shit

into their mouths as they want as freedom loving sovereign God-fearing anti-Israel white supremacists.


Tweeting occasionally as himself @cudnoski on the twitter.


God, anti-israel, white supremacists?
I'm pointing out that your "favorite" quote from this article bashing McDonalds for buying pork for Mcribs when prices are at their lowest, is bullsh*t. Buying something when prices are low is not unfair or a shady business practice. Infact it's genius and what every company should be doing. It is how they make a profit and how the consumer gets the best price for the good they are buying. It's also how people who are employed by McDonalds continue being employed.
Not sure if you understood that since your reply was talking about what god-fearing, anti-isreal white supremacists, eat..

Oh - so now you're William Shakespeare, all of a sudden?

" there is nothing either good or
bad, but thinking makes it so. "

-Hamlet, Act 2 Scene II

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