If my McDonalds Happy Meal toy is broken....?

@yogesh66 (1117)
February 27, 2007 12:21pm CST
When I open the bag while sitting in the drive thru, is it considered overreacting if I drag the manager out the drive thru window and hold his tongue to my exhaust pipe while they fly Hamburgler down from the corporate office to replace my toy?
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@kavita23 (2996)
• India
27 Feb 07
yes it is considered overreacting because all u have too do is ask nicely for a replacement, and i'm pretty sure he will give u another. Besides how old r u anywai? don't u think its a little to childish to be asking for a toy/ or complaing about a toy? But anywho just be the bigger person when it comes down to things like this.........It's not he fraught he don't make the toy's. happy mylot day.
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@Carrie26 (1587)
• United States
27 Feb 07
I would be a little upset myself too.I have never have that happen before but I have had them forget the toys for my kids and when i went back they gave me two a peice to make up for it.It doent matter whether the toys are crappy or not you still pay for it so it should not be damaged.And if people say you are over reacting I am sure there is somthing out there that would really tick them off but just not a kids meal toy.LOL
@lillake (1634)
• United States
27 Feb 07
Over a piece of plastic made by kids working in a slave shop for pennies a day given away at a crappy fast food place that serves over processed manure and call it food? yes, I think that's overreacting a bit.