>It’s been a while since someone released a truly gonzo, headline-worthy stunt food. Thankfully, here comes McDonald’s Japan, the same brain trust that pioneered such groundbreaking culinary innovations as the avocado McMuffin and food filled with human teeth. Today, the world learns that the company will release its latest “French fry innovation” in the form of McChoco Potatoes on January 26.
>The dish, if you want to call it that, takes the chain’s French fries — the one thing that even some McHaters agree it does right — and drizzles them, questionably, in white milk chocolate and “chocolate with cacao flavor,” a.k.a. chocolate with chocolate flavor. (Let’s call it, generously, an homage to the chocolate-dipped fries previously unveiled by another Japanese chain, Lotteria.) Alas, there’s a slim chance that anyone actually thought this one through, but it still sounds like it has more potential than the chain’s attempts at luxury burgers.
Flibbity floo whatever fag
Why does Japan get the better fast food? Fuck America, I wanted black cheese too
I mean it's cool I guess, but it's not "gorundbreaking" sweet and salty is a fairly common staple.
I mean I know quite a few people who get a wendy's chocolate frosty and dip the fries in it and I don't think they ever thought it was special.
>I mean I know quite a few people who get a wendy's chocolate frosty and dip the fries in it and I don't think they ever thought it was special.
Shit, I haven't done that since I was a kid, now I've got a craving...
Brazil has Ovaltine Mcflurries, with optional extra ovaltine and extra chocolate chips and extra chocolate syrup.
i lived in japan and when i indulged in mcdonalds one time the pieces of shit wouldnt give me mustard when i asked for it for my fries. either because they wouldnt or because they dont have it.
Stuff like this makes me think it would be really cool if fast food chains had a constant stream of collaborations with other food companies looking for exposure. Like every few months McDonalds would introduce a limited time menu item that utilizes some random cookie or seasoning.
It's a euphemism. A mustard stain is slang for a combat jump.
>suggested article from OP's link
>How 'Fast Food' Became a Dirty Word
>nowhere does it mention how it happened just that fast food companies are trying to brand themselves as things other than "fast food"
>first line is "NEW YORK (AP) – Fast food is becoming a dirty term."
Just how bad is yahoo?
>Japan does this.
Oh WOW!! The Japanese are so cool! How come Americans can't do cool things like this?!
>U.S. does this.
THOSE STUPID AMERIFATS BEING FAT AGAIN!! WHY ARE THEY SO FAT?!?!!
it's because japanese people hate outsiders so it gives them a sense of mysteriousness and superiority, like they're hiding something good.
americans are more welcoming and people take this kindness as weakness.