Why McDonalds Burgers Have Not Decomposed since 1989 – believe it!

See Video Below "Big Macs Looking Great, Purchased in the 1980's" - BELEIVE IT!

As another data point to our ongoing McDonald’s Burger series (and don’t think for a minute this is ONLY about McDonald’s or just Big Mac’s and Happy Meals), you’ll be surprised to learn at least one guy has been collecting McDonald’s burgers since the 1980’s, AND STILL HAS THEM!

Here is a great vid plus an excerpt from Natural News, they posted the original news story years ago on the McDonald’s Burgers bought in the 1980’s – watch the vid.

From Natural News….No normal animal will perceive a McDonald’s hamburger bun as food, and as it turns out, neither will bacteria or fungi. To their senses, it’s just not edible stuff. That’s why these bionic burger buns just won’t decompose.

Which brings me to my final point about this whole laughable distraction: There is only one species on planet Earth that’s stupid enough to think a McDonald’s hamburger is food. This species is suffering from skyrocketing rates of diabetes, cancer, heart disease, dementia and obesity. This species claims to be the most intelligent species on the planet, and yet it behaves in such a moronic way that it feeds its own children poisonous chemicals and such atrocious non-foods that even fungi won’t eat it (and fungi will eat cow manure, just FYI).

THE WORLD’S FIRST IMMORTAL OR BIONIC HAMBURGER (/Even if you think you know the ingredients, reading the list is worth watching this video.)

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McDonald’s Everlasting Mickey D’s Happy Meal, 6 months old and still looks Happy!

As a follow-up to our 14-year-old hamburger from McDonalds (this blog, photos, and literally unchanged in 14 years), I couldn’t resist this quick upbeat  follow-up demo video.

Becki A sent this in from ND, and I know there are others, because according to the people who have done the experiment ANYONE CAN DO THIS. Simply buy an unadorned burger (fries if you like, they also seem to have a very long life span), then either lose it in your car for months like one guy did, or stage it on a white china plate like Sally Davies and take photos each day. Add a little music and you have yourself a YouTube vid:) Hey, the Morning Show or another show may feature you, and who knows, McDonald’s may answer!

Sally Davies bought a McDonald’s Happy Meal on April 26, 2010. She placed it on her coffee table, uncovered, and took photos every day for six months. This video shows the results, which are quite scary.  McDonald’s response posted below video.

Link to Good Morning America Interview with Sally Davies

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McDonald’s Challenge “Can you pick out the burger that’s 14 years old?” Really.

Can you tell the difference? McDonald's hamburger on right is from 2008; one on left is from 1996.

The McDonald’s hamburger on the right is from 2008; the one on the left is from 1996. And they both look fairly edible. 

Karen Hanarhan, photographer, keeper of the burgers, and nutritionist says, “Aside from drying out and bit and having “the oddest smell,” it apparently hasn’t changed much in the past 12 years (now 14 years)”. 

Maraline: “If you Google McDonald’s Hamburgers you’ll find lots of pictures of burgers 100 days to 14 years old, probably more. And there are some gruesome videos about the chicken patties you won’t want to miss either” Arghhhhh! If you are so inclined, simply Google “Say hello to mechanically separated chicken. It’s what all fast-food chicken is made from—things like chicken nuggets and patties. Also, the processed frozen chicken in the stores is made from it.” 

Karen Hanarhan further states (and Maraline and I’m sure you will agree):  

McDonalds fills an empty space in your belly. It does nothing to nourish the cells, it is not a nutritious food.  

It is not a treat. 

 I marvel at how McDonalds has infiltrated our entire world. A hamburger here tastes exactly the same in China or some around the world place. 

 It’s cloned. 

 Makes you wonder doesn’t it? 

 Do me a favor and share this. 

 Author and Food Activist Michael Pollan says this about food: 

“Eat Food…Not Too Much…Mostly Plants” 

 

And just to reinforce all of that, a guy lost a hamburger in his vehicle and found it 145 days later, taking the photo below to share his disbelief: 

145 day old McDonald Burger