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#1 by Sheldonboy , Mon Jul 22, 2013 9:05 pm


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RE: Horses for courses

#2 by mikejee , Mon Jul 22, 2013 9:23 pm

It says: "The sight and smell of this caused obvious distress and upset to customers trying to eat". Well, the smell of McDonalds , which I have to pass whenever I visit my main supermarket, causes me distress. I'm not a veggie, thank god, but do feel a bit sick at the rather revolting smell, quite different from real steaks. Maybe there is a bit too much horse in the hamburger

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RE: Horses for courses

#3 by Sheldonboy , Tue Jul 23, 2013 6:41 am

Quote: mikejee wrote in post #2
It says: "The sight and smell of this caused obvious distress and upset to customers trying to eat". Well, the smell of McDonalds , which I have to pass whenever I visit my main supermarket, causes me distress. I'm not a veggie, thank god, but do feel a bit sick at the rather revolting smell, quite different from real steaks. Maybe there is a bit too much horse in the hamburger

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RE: Horses for courses

#4 by Voltman , Tue Jul 23, 2013 11:32 am

I quite agree. I think the only injured party was the horse.
He should sue McDonalds for damages.


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RE: Horses for courses

#5 by Sheldonboy , Wed Jul 24, 2013 6:41 am

Quote: Voltman wrote in post #4
I quite agree. I think the only injured party was the horse.
He should sue McDonalds for damages.

What better place for a horse to get the Trots.


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RE: Horses for courses

#6 by phil ( deleted ) , Wed Jul 24, 2013 9:42 am

Did you know that they won't even serve pedestrians at the drive through at a MacDonald's? I tried one day when out walking with the grandchildren in another town. We passed by and of course the kids wanted a happy meal. The problem being the eat in part of the shop was closed for modernisation. So I tried the drive through only to be told I had to be in a car. After arguing that it was discriminatory to no avail we had to go and collect the car from where I parked it and drive through. If left to myself I would not have gone back, but you can't argue with kids.


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