Ok, the McDonalds making us fat comment is out of line.Â I’m of the opinion that you choose whether or not to eat fast food and how often.Â You choose whether or not you exercise.Â You can’t sue McDonalds for making your own lifestyle choices.Â
The kids get a happy meal aboutÂ once a month.Â My in-laws were down for the weekend and got the kids happy meals.Â It was a girl or boy happy meal.Â Q got a Polly Pocket Doll and 4 got a Hummer.Â Yes, a hummer – ok, fine, whatever.
I am sitting there reading the happy meal box.Â The Hummer side of the box goes on how you can take a hummer over a stream, over a hill, blah blah blah.Â Than it says something to the effect, “You can also enjoy nature by taking a hike and it’s good exercise.”Â You do not enjoy nature by drivingÂ through a stream or up a hill.Â YouÂ won’t see any wildÂ life and you are running over greenery.Â My idea of enjoying nature is not running a huge gas guzzler air polluter through Bambi’s backyard.Â I’m not saying there isn’t anythingÂ wrong with going off roading with a car.Â I’m saying don’t portray it as enjoying nature.Â McDonalds feeble attempt to promote exercise saying you can also enjoy nature by taking a hike was insulting.Â
It’s just cross marketing.
Hmmmrgrl: Hey meat, wanna cyber?
Hmmmrgrl: 18, F, Loves enviroment
Hmmmrgrl: I roll my huge vehicle over your little streams and…
MCMeat: orly? wtf? You’re really a fat guy!
Hmmmrgrl: But I’ve got lots of money
McMeat: k, pix pls
McMeat: Oh baby, plaster your sweet sweet ads all over my happymeal
Besides, everybody knows you make your own toys…