The “anus burger” sign may be recent, but the concept has been around ever since the angus burger was introduced a few years back. It isn’t a matter of McDonalds or BK employees ‘not knowing how to spell’; it’s the fact that those places make it too easy for middle and high school punks to take the G off and push the rest of the letters together.
Why eat fucking cheap shitty burgers when you can have a good quality prime steak dripping in bloody goodness for a little more but with decent chunky steak chips instead of shitty “frog” fries. Fuck that.
Don’t buy into the whole “angus is better” crap. I raise angus (brangus really) too and the only major difference in the meat quality is marketing…it may be better than say a dairy cow’s beef but overall you’re just paying for what corps like McDonalds tell you is better (that’s why it costs more too)
The angus burger at Maccas (as it’s affectionately known here), looks too big to get my mouth around. I like large pieces of meat covered in sauce as a general rule, but that thing looks like a struggle.
The meat in the angus burgers that burger king and mcdonald’s sell tastes almost exactly like the meat they used to put in the hamburgers at my old middle school, and that stuff was Grade Z government surplus shit. I wouldn’t be surprised if they were primarily made from the anuses of angus cows.
Sensible, you know you’re not far off. My brother works in a slaughter house (poor bastard, in the country it’s hard to get a decent job) that supplies the big M. I can tell you, the stories he’s told me would turn anyone into a vegan.
Nothing in or on the beast is discarded, everything is used, including the asses. There’s a guy that has a dedicated job to cut it out. If the beast has gallstones, they are shipped to China, they are prized over there, and we get big money for them.
The beef mince they use is essentially off cuts. Nothing that prime about it. Well that’s how it’s done here, and that info comes direct from my brother.
That’s totally not a spelling mistake. I got fired from McDonalds for doing that exact same thing a long time ago. Obviously it is done in jest and is not done in literary ignorance. Spelling mistakes are made phoentically. The “G” sound plays a pretty big part in the word in Angus, no one would ever misspell it that way.
@ the third entry, McDonald’s does deliver in Buenos Aires (pretty much every business does). They drive around on little scooters and their uniforms say McEntrega. Blew my mind the first time I saw it.
I had one of the Grand Angus burgers before I found out about my wheat allergy. I wouldn’t bother with it if I were you. It’s nothing special and it’s pretty expensive for a burger. If you do try it though, I hope you like copious amounts of raw onion.
I refuse to eat McDonald’s, it’s disgusting. The anus burger would definitely describe McDonald’s food, and the last pic is disappointing. When I used to go to McDonald’s there is never anybody working that looks like they have half a brain and half the time they are drooling on themselves. Kinda like when I go to Walmart and I see the employees working there. Why do places like this take no pride in the people they hire?
I work at McDonalds (or as word said, “maccas” here) and I’m not a complete idiot. However, some of the customers certainly are, and it wouldn’t surprise me if some stupid kid stole the G. You’d be surprised how disrespectful some kids (and their parents) are.
Some of the best beef I had was a homegrown inbred mutt cow from my uncle’s farm, and I’m pretty sure none of it was Angus. It’s partly what the animals are fed and how they’re treated – you have to try grain-fed beef instead of corn-fed, there really is no comparison between the two. Just sayin’.