New McDonalds Slogan

@uath13 (8207)
United States
June 15, 2010 7:47pm CST
Some friends & I were discussing company slogans the other day. Everyone could remember Burger Kings "Have it your way!", but nobody could remember McDonalds slogan. I suggested their new one should be " If the calories don't kill you the cadmium will!". There's got to be something up when a company thinks using cadmium in it's souvenir Shreck glasses is a good idea. What's next cyanide salted fries? Yet we'll keep buying toxic laced products from China. I guess they decided they couldn't financially destroy us fast enough so they'd poison us to. Then when all these toxins make us impotent they'll probably sell us the Viagra & Seallis so we can at least get it up ( even if we can't have children ). It's some sort of conspiracy. What's your take on it?
3 responses
@dragon54u (31605)
• United States
16 Jun 10
I try not to buy crap from China. I don't go to McDonald's and certainly never considered buying glasses there. But I can agree with you about the poisoning theory. Viagra is an irritating issue to me. If you're too damned old to perform, focus on the other millions of ways you can express your love. We don't seem to recognize any limitations these days even if they're for our own good.
@Iamgood (38)
• Canada
16 Jun 10
You mean my take on your slogan or my takees on what mcdonald serves. Whatever, I'll do both. Your slogan is pretty funny, but I can't believe that nobody knew what the mcdonalds slogan was. Have you ever seen those commercials about mcdonalds children sing "I'm lovin it"? Yes, Mcdonalds is a toxic waste dump. Did you know, the oil left behind in the french fries at the end of the day is almost toxic? After the night, it appears in sort of this sluggish thing that truckers can use to fuel their cars. Scary huh? Mcdonalds and all other fast foos restaurants will kill you.
@ElicBxn (60810)
• United States
17 Jun 10
My roomie loved your suggestion! Honestly, don't ya know, those glasses will become valuable because they are scarce now, of course, you have to handle them with protective gear, much less let a child NEAR them!