The baby hanging stations at McDonalds are crap. The ceiling tiles are too flimsy to hold a baby’s weight, and the tables are too low to the ground to really hang a decent sized baby from. Not to mention the security is terrible: I left my baby hanging from one while I went to eat my Big Mac and fries, and by the time I got back it was gone! Really McDonalds, if you’re not going to provide quality hanging stations, just don’t even bother.
I really, really hope that ‘Squeeze please’ is a troll, because her (?) grammar is atrocious and the article she gave proves her wrong. If she isn’t a troll, she’s a friggin’ idiot. If she is… she’s a friggin’ idiot, and not a funny one.
I could be a troll or maybe not. I could just be some 50 year old man bored and searching the internet for 19 and 20 year old boys you know nothing illegal just barely legal Or I could just be some teenager skipping school sneaking booze from my parents liquor cabinet and logging on under an assumed name on this lame site to annoy you all. One can never tell.
@ Merciless … Really? Are you sure it’s a baby changing station? You reckon it’s not an actual toilet lid? Are you very, very sure? Wow, I just wonder how you’re able to figure that to be a baby changing station and not a toilet lid. You have to have superpowers, man!
The worlds most universally accepted paedophile is upping the ante` by luring parents to perform the infant-asphyxiation erotica with him. Ronald Mcdonald you fucked up again you stupid retart wranger! (Not sure on Wranger)
@O: I believe more people are willing to place their children in an establishment of Ronald rather than a place of pseudo-faith. At least Ronald has a playground, food at reasonable prices (used to anyway) and toys with food. Not to mention the birthday parties with ice-cream cakes. The only thing from above that catholic priests will offer is cream, but not the kind any child should know of.
@61 – I laughed, and then I realized how true that was, minus the noose.
Have you put your kid on one of those, really? You’re expected to change a 10-. . what’s the weight limit? 25lb?
And the thing is made of cheap plastic and held together by rusty bolts skinnier than you’re newborn boy’s peepee?
No thanks. I’ll take my chances and change my kid on my lap, or a blanket on the floor when she’s bigger.
Whoever did this, I applaud the statement about how corporate is so busy collecting money they are willing to risk children’s safety by placing them in potentially hazardous changing stations.
Also, the damn straps aren’t long enough to hang a mouse from, much less a child.