“hi welcome to mcdonalds what can i get for you?”

“yeah can i get a deluxe quarter pounder with cheese?”

“absolutely, do you want the meal or just the sandwich?’

“uuuuuh hold on”

*fishes something out of my pocket*

“mikey what do i do?”

“get the fries. youll need the energy in the coming days”

*stuffs it back in my pocket*

“uhh yes please  the meal would be great”

seventeen as: fast food places

 seungcheol panera bread bc it’s a whole(wheat)some place where families go

jeonghan olive garden bc it can be classy ish (lmao) but it’s mostly just a fast food chain covered up as fancy italian food and it reminds me of his personality


jun chipotle mexican grill, spicy and savoury right

soonyoung as IHOP, i can see him drowning a stack of pancakes in syrup and choking his way through forkfuls

wonwoo as mcdonald’s bc i have this wonwoo/nico di angelo/hades child concept that involves big macs and french fries being poured into an open grave i’ll stop now-

woozi dunkin’ donuts bc he’s a lil pink rainbow sprinkle donut himself

dk as wendy’s and i will admit i matched them up purely bc the girl in the logo is smiling and he’s the most smiley sunshine

mingyu is five guys… just those giant burgers and fries ok

minghao as applebee’s specifically applebee’s desserts YUM

seungkwan istg i was gonna put mcdonald’s for him bc of his “double quarter pounder cheese” love but i think he’s more suited to dairy queen don’t ask he just seems like an ice cream kind of guy

vernon as in-n-out, especially the animal fries

dino as chick-fil-a bc he’s a little chick and also the kids meals with the cartoon coasters for underneath lmao

Our Little Girl

Originally posted by hunterchesters

Pairing: Dean x Reader
Word count: 1,131

Final part of One Drunken Night

When you woke up, you panicked for a minute. You had no idea where you were, and there was a weight on your stomach. Looking to your side, you saw a sleeping Dean, his arm over you. That was surprising enough, but when you looked to the other side, there was a McDonald’s bag with a note.

Dean told me to get you a cheeseburger. I wasn’t sure which one…so here’s a double cheeseburger, quarter pounder with cheese, and then a bacon cheeseburger. There’s also fries. Hopefully this is what my niece wants.


You smiled softly to yourself. Shifting, Dean held you closer, making you chuckle. “Dean…” You said gently. He buried his face in your arm, not wanting to wake up. “Dean, I need to move.” Leaning over, you ran your fingers through his hair, finally getting him to move.

He finally registered that you were awake and grinned, sitting up. “Hey!”

Moving to sit up, you grabbed the bag and opened it. “When did you get to me?” You asked, glancing at him.

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anonymous asked:

Idea for Saturday stuffing... McDonald's cheeseburger, then quarter pounder with cheese, then big mac (or double quarter pounder with cheese?)! Plus one large fries and a shake.

oh geez, but i’m poor and i like only order off the dollar menu

McDonald’s is considering a dramatic change to its burgers

(McDonald’s is expanding a test of fresh, never-frozen beef patties.Cate Gillon/Getty Images)
McDonald's is expanding a test of its most dramatic menu change in decades: replacing frozen beef patties with fresh beef.

The fast-food chain is adding fresh, never-frozen beef patties to 328 restaurants in North Texas, following tests at 75 restaurants in Oklahoma and 14 restaurants in the Dallas-Forth Worth area, Instinet analyst Mark Kalinowksi revealed Thursday.

The fresh patties will be used in McDonald’s Quarter Pounder burgers, which include the Quarter Pounder with cheese, the Double Quarter Pounder with cheese, the Quarter Pounder Deluxe, and the Bacon Clubhouse Burger.

“This collection of McDonald’s restaurants… appears to mark the largest expansion to date of McDonald’s US test of never-frozen beef,” Kalinowski wrote in a note to clients. “We view this latest expansion of never-frozen beef for quarter-pound beef patties as another signal as to the direction McDonald’s US is likely to head — more test markets/restaurants are likely to introduce never-frozen beef in coming months.”

McDonald’s rival Wendy’s has long used its fresh beef as one of its main selling points.

Switching to fresh beef represents a massive challenge for McDonald’s, but one that could potentially pay off through an improved public image and better-tasting burgers.

The company has long relied on an extensive network of suppliers who make, freeze, and ship beef patties to its more than 14,000 restaurants in the US.

Expanding the test would require a massive shake-up to that supply chain.

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Some franchisees have warned that at the restaurant level, it would introduce a whole range of new food-safety issues.

“I have major concerns over food safety and our lack of ability to serve a large number of customers quickly,” one franchisee wrote in response to a survey by Instinet analyst Mark Kalinowski in July

The potential for foodborne illnesses is higher when uncooked meat is kept at a temperature above 40 degrees Fahrenheit, according to the USDA.

But other franchisees said the change could improve business. 

“Faster cook times, juicier product, seared product versus stewed meat,” one franchisee wrote.

Another said, “Many customers perceive unfrozen to be better for you. Perception is everything.”

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