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McDonald’s is bringing back its popular McRib sandwich again, and this time you can find it with your phone

The McRib is one of the most popular McDonald's limited edition menu items.

The McRib sandwich is finally back this year. Along with the sandwich, McDonald’s has just released a McRib Finder, which works as an SMS texting service to help you find the nearest McDonald’s that serves the limited-edition item.

If you’re thinking this sounds like a marketing gimmick, you’d be right. McDonald’s is spending more on digital advertising to attract customers with features like mobile ordering and rewards programs.

“A restaurant locator is table stakes, but customers don’t always rely on the resources we provide them,” Paul Matson, director of social engagement for McDonald’s told Digiday. “But here’s a piece of information only we would know: Who’s serving the McRib?”

The McRib has been the subject of controversy recently. After a viral photo went around of a pinkish frozen brick that was supposedly an image of a McRib straight out of the package, McDonald’s released a video to show exactly how the pork patty is made.


CommercialClack – The McRib is back

Tara: All I can do right now is quote the chick in “Poltergeist” — “What’s HAPPENING??” I am so freaked out by this weirdness.

Michael: I’ve said it before, I’ll say it again: Can anyone explain this phenomenon to me? It’s like I almost want to go out and buy one of these things as a scientific experiment … but I might hate myself in the morning.

Tara: I can’t explain it. How do they simulate fake ribs? Do they have Heidi Montag‘s surgeon behind this?

Michael: *snort* Holy Crap! We’re done! Done I say! That’s it folks! Hope you enjoyed the show! Tip your waitresses! Next time … try the veal! Thank you! Good night!

Tara: I admit, that comment was one of my finest hours. But wait! We’re not done yet. Show them the picture of the McRib cut in half….

Michael: No! Someone will kill themselves! That’s cruel! Inhuman! Insane! You club seals for fun … don’t you?

Tara: Cut the drama and show it. If people are going to eat this gunk, they should see it.

Michael: Hokay … here you go. I hope you’re happy. You know … we’re going to lose readers when they click that link, right?

Tara: I see it as a public service.

Michael: What? Are you goofy? What do you mean “public service” … . How … .

Tara: Well, I think it’s there for a limited time only for a reason. Perhaps a government conspiracy to thin the herd? Heh. Although … I do enjoy the Shamrock Shake, so what do I know?

Michael: What … . The government runs McCrappage? No wonder their burgers are … something other than burgers….

Tara: Hey it’s just a theory. Don’t spread it around.

Michael: But here’s the deal: That Portugese commercial? (I think it’s Portugese) The process they’re constructing a McRib by? It looks so robotic! The sauce looks watered down or something. And that fried pork patty? Not appetizing … .

Tara: I’d rather have a knitting needle poked in my eye repeatedly.

Michael: Let’s not get carried away it’s only a sammich … that you’ll never eat….

Tara: True … but they say you can get pretty euphoric by eating one. Check out these people:

Michael: And, you know, I can understand that … but not over a McRib sammich.

Tara: You know what? This CommercialClack is making me as nauseous as the Tilt-A-Whirl at the school carnival in seventh grade. I need to get off this ride.

Michael: I know what will make you feel better: A McRib.

Tara: I’m not loving it.

Clacked by Tara Shrodes
on Nov 05, 2010 @ 15:00 EST5EDT

21 Responses to “CommercialClack – The McRib is back”

My son and I both make noises of intense regurgitation when the commercial comes on for this atrocity to human consumption.
Didja ever see “Fried Green Tomatoes?” Yeah, scary to think what’s in that sauce and processed meat goo

LOL. Is it wrong of me to say I’d eat Soylent Green before I’d eat another McRib?

As you can see from the video of the people supposedly happily eating that terminal torpedo of tastelessness, there’s so much barbeque sauce/flavored paint on the things that the first bite causes a good half pint of that sludge to come squirting out everywhere. As I recall from that traumatic moment when I tried one, all you could taste is the sludge, which is probably a good thing. When I think of the “rib” part of this I picture it being made by marching hogs right into a wood chipper which feeds into some evil machine that forms the pig puree into that thing they call ribs.

Well, at least now I won’t be wanting any dinner. Chalk up one good thing to come from “Satan’s Sammich”.

Based on Tom’s comment, I’d say our work here is done …

Yes, you did a good job. I couldn’t get the foodfacts link to work, but maybe that’s a blessing I should count and forget about that link.

Now that I’ve lost even more of my mind I had this idea. I think the writers of “The Walking Dead” should make the McRib the source of the zombie virus. The way I look at it, if you would willingly eat a McRib you’d eat anything, just like a zombie. So the logical progression is McRib turns people into zombies who then think their neighbors look like a limited-time sammich, they get bit, turn into zombies. Repeat.

There…now you know the origin of the zombie outbreak. Sorry for the spoiler.

Yummmm, after a peanut butter & banana sammich, McRib rates, well it doesn’t rate. But I’ll bet Elvis loved him some McRib action!

All I think of is the Hess truck commercials…

The Hess Truck is back, better than ever for Christmas this year the Hess _____ is here!

The McRib is back, as shitty as ever. For Thanksgiving this year the McRip is here!

I refuse to eat one because the one sided “Rib markings” makes it look like a car drove over it. So I just assume its roadkill and lose my appetite.

a) that surgeon is dead so I don’t get the joke (I guess she got ribs removed, right?)
b) the McRib is available all the time over here. It has been for about 20 years. I like it. Don’t get what the whole fuss is about :-)

The McRib in the USA is only released 6 weeks a year, but only at a few selected stores. For some reason this “sandwich” has a following and there are apps that track where it’s released so people can drive 1,000 miles to buy 3 dozen.

This year it’s being released in all of the USA stores for 6 weeks,that’s the first time since 1994.

And therein lies the mystery, Oreo …

Ah I get it. So for you guys it’s like a cult following of some kind of perversion :-)

I think it’s funny that people here in the comments and in general find it so appalling with the artifical look of it and the strange taste when I can tell the story of my and my brother’s visit to Texas where we drove from Dallas to Houston and stopped at some kind of chicken frying fast food joint. My brother bought fried chicken pieces for about 20 bucks. We ate a bit, were full… and after five minutes started eating again. And stopped. And started eating again. Then my brother told me that ALL the employees in that place were grossly overweight. He said “Like, fat you have never seen before in your life. People twice as big as anyone you have ever seen”.

We arrived in Houston and my brother brought the stuff up to our room where we put it in the minifridge. And guess what: he ate more of it. And still there was some of it left. Because I didn’t allow myself to eat any more. It clearly had additives in it that made it addictive, more than anything that I ever ate back home. And guess what – the next morning when we woke up my brother went straight to the fridge again. At that time I chose to pick the stuff from his greasy fingers, go outside to the hall and throw it down the garbage disposal.

Again, the McRib is just a meat patty pressed into a rip-like form just every single Chicken McNugget. I find this bruhaha very strange compared to MY story :-)


CommercialClack – The McRib is back

Tara: All I can do right now is quote the chick in “Poltergeist” — “What’s HAPPENING??” I am so freaked out by this weirdness.

Michael: I’ve said it before, I’ll say it again: Can anyone explain this phenomenon to me? It’s like I almost want to go out and buy one of these things as a scientific experiment … but I might hate myself in the morning.

Tara: I can’t explain it. How do they simulate fake ribs? Do they have Heidi Montag‘s surgeon behind this?

Michael: *snort* Holy Crap! We’re done! Done I say! That’s it folks! Hope you enjoyed the show! Tip your waitresses! Next time … try the veal! Thank you! Good night!

Tara: I admit, that comment was one of my finest hours. But wait! We’re not done yet. Show them the picture of the McRib cut in half….

Michael: No! Someone will kill themselves! That’s cruel! Inhuman! Insane! You club seals for fun … don’t you?

Tara: Cut the drama and show it. If people are going to eat this gunk, they should see it.

Michael: Hokay … here you go. I hope you’re happy. You know … we’re going to lose readers when they click that link, right?

Tara: I see it as a public service.

Michael: What? Are you goofy? What do you mean “public service” … . How … .

Tara: Well, I think it’s there for a limited time only for a reason. Perhaps a government conspiracy to thin the herd? Heh. Although … I do enjoy the Shamrock Shake, so what do I know?

Michael: What … . The government runs McCrappage? No wonder their burgers are … something other than burgers….

Tara: Hey it’s just a theory. Don’t spread it around.

Michael: But here’s the deal: That Portugese commercial? (I think it’s Portugese) The process they’re constructing a McRib by? It looks so robotic! The sauce looks watered down or something. And that fried pork patty? Not appetizing … .

Tara: I’d rather have a knitting needle poked in my eye repeatedly.

Michael: Let’s not get carried away it’s only a sammich … that you’ll never eat….

Tara: True … but they say you can get pretty euphoric by eating one. Check out these people:

Michael: And, you know, I can understand that … but not over a McRib sammich.

Tara: You know what? This CommercialClack is making me as nauseous as the Tilt-A-Whirl at the school carnival in seventh grade. I need to get off this ride.

Michael: I know what will make you feel better: A McRib.

Tara: I’m not loving it.

Clacked by Tara Shrodes
on Nov 05, 2010 @ 15:00 EST5EDT

21 Responses to “CommercialClack – The McRib is back”

My son and I both make noises of intense regurgitation when the commercial comes on for this atrocity to human consumption.
Didja ever see “Fried Green Tomatoes?” Yeah, scary to think what’s in that sauce and processed meat goo

LOL. Is it wrong of me to say I’d eat Soylent Green before I’d eat another McRib?

As you can see from the video of the people supposedly happily eating that terminal torpedo of tastelessness, there’s so much barbeque sauce/flavored paint on the things that the first bite causes a good half pint of that sludge to come squirting out everywhere. As I recall from that traumatic moment when I tried one, all you could taste is the sludge, which is probably a good thing. When I think of the “rib” part of this I picture it being made by marching hogs right into a wood chipper which feeds into some evil machine that forms the pig puree into that thing they call ribs.

Well, at least now I won’t be wanting any dinner. Chalk up one good thing to come from “Satan’s Sammich”.

Based on Tom’s comment, I’d say our work here is done …

Yes, you did a good job. I couldn’t get the foodfacts link to work, but maybe that’s a blessing I should count and forget about that link.

Now that I’ve lost even more of my mind I had this idea. I think the writers of “The Walking Dead” should make the McRib the source of the zombie virus. The way I look at it, if you would willingly eat a McRib you’d eat anything, just like a zombie. So the logical progression is McRib turns people into zombies who then think their neighbors look like a limited-time sammich, they get bit, turn into zombies. Repeat.

There…now you know the origin of the zombie outbreak. Sorry for the spoiler.

Yummmm, after a peanut butter & banana sammich, McRib rates, well it doesn’t rate. But I’ll bet Elvis loved him some McRib action!

All I think of is the Hess truck commercials…

The Hess Truck is back, better than ever for Christmas this year the Hess _____ is here!

The McRib is back, as shitty as ever. For Thanksgiving this year the McRip is here!

I refuse to eat one because the one sided “Rib markings” makes it look like a car drove over it. So I just assume its roadkill and lose my appetite.

a) that surgeon is dead so I don’t get the joke (I guess she got ribs removed, right?)
b) the McRib is available all the time over here. It has been for about 20 years. I like it. Don’t get what the whole fuss is about :-)

The McRib in the USA is only released 6 weeks a year, but only at a few selected stores. For some reason this “sandwich” has a following and there are apps that track where it’s released so people can drive 1,000 miles to buy 3 dozen.

This year it’s being released in all of the USA stores for 6 weeks,that’s the first time since 1994.

And therein lies the mystery, Oreo …

Ah I get it. So for you guys it’s like a cult following of some kind of perversion :-)

I think it’s funny that people here in the comments and in general find it so appalling with the artifical look of it and the strange taste when I can tell the story of my and my brother’s visit to Texas where we drove from Dallas to Houston and stopped at some kind of chicken frying fast food joint. My brother bought fried chicken pieces for about 20 bucks. We ate a bit, were full… and after five minutes started eating again. And stopped. And started eating again. Then my brother told me that ALL the employees in that place were grossly overweight. He said “Like, fat you have never seen before in your life. People twice as big as anyone you have ever seen”.

We arrived in Houston and my brother brought the stuff up to our room where we put it in the minifridge. And guess what: he ate more of it. And still there was some of it left. Because I didn’t allow myself to eat any more. It clearly had additives in it that made it addictive, more than anything that I ever ate back home. And guess what – the next morning when we woke up my brother went straight to the fridge again. At that time I chose to pick the stuff from his greasy fingers, go outside to the hall and throw it down the garbage disposal.

Again, the McRib is just a meat patty pressed into a rip-like form just every single Chicken McNugget. I find this bruhaha very strange compared to MY story :-)


CommercialClack – The McRib is back

Tara: All I can do right now is quote the chick in “Poltergeist” — “What’s HAPPENING??” I am so freaked out by this weirdness.

Michael: I’ve said it before, I’ll say it again: Can anyone explain this phenomenon to me? It’s like I almost want to go out and buy one of these things as a scientific experiment … but I might hate myself in the morning.

Tara: I can’t explain it. How do they simulate fake ribs? Do they have Heidi Montag‘s surgeon behind this?

Michael: *snort* Holy Crap! We’re done! Done I say! That’s it folks! Hope you enjoyed the show! Tip your waitresses! Next time … try the veal! Thank you! Good night!

Tara: I admit, that comment was one of my finest hours. But wait! We’re not done yet. Show them the picture of the McRib cut in half….

Michael: No! Someone will kill themselves! That’s cruel! Inhuman! Insane! You club seals for fun … don’t you?

Tara: Cut the drama and show it. If people are going to eat this gunk, they should see it.

Michael: Hokay … here you go. I hope you’re happy. You know … we’re going to lose readers when they click that link, right?

Tara: I see it as a public service.

Michael: What? Are you goofy? What do you mean “public service” … . How … .

Tara: Well, I think it’s there for a limited time only for a reason. Perhaps a government conspiracy to thin the herd? Heh. Although … I do enjoy the Shamrock Shake, so what do I know?

Michael: What … . The government runs McCrappage? No wonder their burgers are … something other than burgers….

Tara: Hey it’s just a theory. Don’t spread it around.

Michael: But here’s the deal: That Portugese commercial? (I think it’s Portugese) The process they’re constructing a McRib by? It looks so robotic! The sauce looks watered down or something. And that fried pork patty? Not appetizing … .

Tara: I’d rather have a knitting needle poked in my eye repeatedly.

Michael: Let’s not get carried away it’s only a sammich … that you’ll never eat….

Tara: True … but they say you can get pretty euphoric by eating one. Check out these people:

Michael: And, you know, I can understand that … but not over a McRib sammich.

Tara: You know what? This CommercialClack is making me as nauseous as the Tilt-A-Whirl at the school carnival in seventh grade. I need to get off this ride.

Michael: I know what will make you feel better: A McRib.

Tara: I’m not loving it.

Clacked by Tara Shrodes
on Nov 05, 2010 @ 15:00 EST5EDT

21 Responses to “CommercialClack – The McRib is back”

My son and I both make noises of intense regurgitation when the commercial comes on for this atrocity to human consumption.
Didja ever see “Fried Green Tomatoes?” Yeah, scary to think what’s in that sauce and processed meat goo

LOL. Is it wrong of me to say I’d eat Soylent Green before I’d eat another McRib?

As you can see from the video of the people supposedly happily eating that terminal torpedo of tastelessness, there’s so much barbeque sauce/flavored paint on the things that the first bite causes a good half pint of that sludge to come squirting out everywhere. As I recall from that traumatic moment when I tried one, all you could taste is the sludge, which is probably a good thing. When I think of the “rib” part of this I picture it being made by marching hogs right into a wood chipper which feeds into some evil machine that forms the pig puree into that thing they call ribs.

Well, at least now I won’t be wanting any dinner. Chalk up one good thing to come from “Satan’s Sammich”.

Based on Tom’s comment, I’d say our work here is done …

Yes, you did a good job. I couldn’t get the foodfacts link to work, but maybe that’s a blessing I should count and forget about that link.

Now that I’ve lost even more of my mind I had this idea. I think the writers of “The Walking Dead” should make the McRib the source of the zombie virus. The way I look at it, if you would willingly eat a McRib you’d eat anything, just like a zombie. So the logical progression is McRib turns people into zombies who then think their neighbors look like a limited-time sammich, they get bit, turn into zombies. Repeat.

There…now you know the origin of the zombie outbreak. Sorry for the spoiler.

Yummmm, after a peanut butter & banana sammich, McRib rates, well it doesn’t rate. But I’ll bet Elvis loved him some McRib action!

All I think of is the Hess truck commercials…

The Hess Truck is back, better than ever for Christmas this year the Hess _____ is here!

The McRib is back, as shitty as ever. For Thanksgiving this year the McRip is here!

I refuse to eat one because the one sided “Rib markings” makes it look like a car drove over it. So I just assume its roadkill and lose my appetite.

a) that surgeon is dead so I don’t get the joke (I guess she got ribs removed, right?)
b) the McRib is available all the time over here. It has been for about 20 years. I like it. Don’t get what the whole fuss is about :-)

The McRib in the USA is only released 6 weeks a year, but only at a few selected stores. For some reason this “sandwich” has a following and there are apps that track where it’s released so people can drive 1,000 miles to buy 3 dozen.

This year it’s being released in all of the USA stores for 6 weeks,that’s the first time since 1994.

And therein lies the mystery, Oreo …

Ah I get it. So for you guys it’s like a cult following of some kind of perversion :-)

I think it’s funny that people here in the comments and in general find it so appalling with the artifical look of it and the strange taste when I can tell the story of my and my brother’s visit to Texas where we drove from Dallas to Houston and stopped at some kind of chicken frying fast food joint. My brother bought fried chicken pieces for about 20 bucks. We ate a bit, were full… and after five minutes started eating again. And stopped. And started eating again. Then my brother told me that ALL the employees in that place were grossly overweight. He said “Like, fat you have never seen before in your life. People twice as big as anyone you have ever seen”.

We arrived in Houston and my brother brought the stuff up to our room where we put it in the minifridge. And guess what: he ate more of it. And still there was some of it left. Because I didn’t allow myself to eat any more. It clearly had additives in it that made it addictive, more than anything that I ever ate back home. And guess what – the next morning when we woke up my brother went straight to the fridge again. At that time I chose to pick the stuff from his greasy fingers, go outside to the hall and throw it down the garbage disposal.

Again, the McRib is just a meat patty pressed into a rip-like form just every single Chicken McNugget. I find this bruhaha very strange compared to MY story :-)


CommercialClack – The McRib is back

Tara: All I can do right now is quote the chick in “Poltergeist” — “What’s HAPPENING??” I am so freaked out by this weirdness.

Michael: I’ve said it before, I’ll say it again: Can anyone explain this phenomenon to me? It’s like I almost want to go out and buy one of these things as a scientific experiment … but I might hate myself in the morning.

Tara: I can’t explain it. How do they simulate fake ribs? Do they have Heidi Montag‘s surgeon behind this?

Michael: *snort* Holy Crap! We’re done! Done I say! That’s it folks! Hope you enjoyed the show! Tip your waitresses! Next time … try the veal! Thank you! Good night!

Tara: I admit, that comment was one of my finest hours. But wait! We’re not done yet. Show them the picture of the McRib cut in half….

Michael: No! Someone will kill themselves! That’s cruel! Inhuman! Insane! You club seals for fun … don’t you?

Tara: Cut the drama and show it. If people are going to eat this gunk, they should see it.

Michael: Hokay … here you go. I hope you’re happy. You know … we’re going to lose readers when they click that link, right?

Tara: I see it as a public service.

Michael: What? Are you goofy? What do you mean “public service” … . How … .

Tara: Well, I think it’s there for a limited time only for a reason. Perhaps a government conspiracy to thin the herd? Heh. Although … I do enjoy the Shamrock Shake, so what do I know?

Michael: What … . The government runs McCrappage? No wonder their burgers are … something other than burgers….

Tara: Hey it’s just a theory. Don’t spread it around.

Michael: But here’s the deal: That Portugese commercial? (I think it’s Portugese) The process they’re constructing a McRib by? It looks so robotic! The sauce looks watered down or something. And that fried pork patty? Not appetizing … .

Tara: I’d rather have a knitting needle poked in my eye repeatedly.

Michael: Let’s not get carried away it’s only a sammich … that you’ll never eat….

Tara: True … but they say you can get pretty euphoric by eating one. Check out these people:

Michael: And, you know, I can understand that … but not over a McRib sammich.

Tara: You know what? This CommercialClack is making me as nauseous as the Tilt-A-Whirl at the school carnival in seventh grade. I need to get off this ride.

Michael: I know what will make you feel better: A McRib.

Tara: I’m not loving it.

Clacked by Tara Shrodes
on Nov 05, 2010 @ 15:00 EST5EDT

21 Responses to “CommercialClack – The McRib is back”

My son and I both make noises of intense regurgitation when the commercial comes on for this atrocity to human consumption.
Didja ever see “Fried Green Tomatoes?” Yeah, scary to think what’s in that sauce and processed meat goo

LOL. Is it wrong of me to say I’d eat Soylent Green before I’d eat another McRib?

As you can see from the video of the people supposedly happily eating that terminal torpedo of tastelessness, there’s so much barbeque sauce/flavored paint on the things that the first bite causes a good half pint of that sludge to come squirting out everywhere. As I recall from that traumatic moment when I tried one, all you could taste is the sludge, which is probably a good thing. When I think of the “rib” part of this I picture it being made by marching hogs right into a wood chipper which feeds into some evil machine that forms the pig puree into that thing they call ribs.

Well, at least now I won’t be wanting any dinner. Chalk up one good thing to come from “Satan’s Sammich”.

Based on Tom’s comment, I’d say our work here is done …

Yes, you did a good job. I couldn’t get the foodfacts link to work, but maybe that’s a blessing I should count and forget about that link.

Now that I’ve lost even more of my mind I had this idea. I think the writers of “The Walking Dead” should make the McRib the source of the zombie virus. The way I look at it, if you would willingly eat a McRib you’d eat anything, just like a zombie. So the logical progression is McRib turns people into zombies who then think their neighbors look like a limited-time sammich, they get bit, turn into zombies. Repeat.

There…now you know the origin of the zombie outbreak. Sorry for the spoiler.

Yummmm, after a peanut butter & banana sammich, McRib rates, well it doesn’t rate. But I’ll bet Elvis loved him some McRib action!

All I think of is the Hess truck commercials…

The Hess Truck is back, better than ever for Christmas this year the Hess _____ is here!

The McRib is back, as shitty as ever. For Thanksgiving this year the McRip is here!

I refuse to eat one because the one sided “Rib markings” makes it look like a car drove over it. So I just assume its roadkill and lose my appetite.

a) that surgeon is dead so I don’t get the joke (I guess she got ribs removed, right?)
b) the McRib is available all the time over here. It has been for about 20 years. I like it. Don’t get what the whole fuss is about :-)

The McRib in the USA is only released 6 weeks a year, but only at a few selected stores. For some reason this “sandwich” has a following and there are apps that track where it’s released so people can drive 1,000 miles to buy 3 dozen.

This year it’s being released in all of the USA stores for 6 weeks,that’s the first time since 1994.

And therein lies the mystery, Oreo …

Ah I get it. So for you guys it’s like a cult following of some kind of perversion :-)

I think it’s funny that people here in the comments and in general find it so appalling with the artifical look of it and the strange taste when I can tell the story of my and my brother’s visit to Texas where we drove from Dallas to Houston and stopped at some kind of chicken frying fast food joint. My brother bought fried chicken pieces for about 20 bucks. We ate a bit, were full… and after five minutes started eating again. And stopped. And started eating again. Then my brother told me that ALL the employees in that place were grossly overweight. He said “Like, fat you have never seen before in your life. People twice as big as anyone you have ever seen”.

We arrived in Houston and my brother brought the stuff up to our room where we put it in the minifridge. And guess what: he ate more of it. And still there was some of it left. Because I didn’t allow myself to eat any more. It clearly had additives in it that made it addictive, more than anything that I ever ate back home. And guess what – the next morning when we woke up my brother went straight to the fridge again. At that time I chose to pick the stuff from his greasy fingers, go outside to the hall and throw it down the garbage disposal.

Again, the McRib is just a meat patty pressed into a rip-like form just every single Chicken McNugget. I find this bruhaha very strange compared to MY story :-)


CommercialClack – The McRib is back

Tara: All I can do right now is quote the chick in “Poltergeist” — “What’s HAPPENING??” I am so freaked out by this weirdness.

Michael: I’ve said it before, I’ll say it again: Can anyone explain this phenomenon to me? It’s like I almost want to go out and buy one of these things as a scientific experiment … but I might hate myself in the morning.

Tara: I can’t explain it. How do they simulate fake ribs? Do they have Heidi Montag‘s surgeon behind this?

Michael: *snort* Holy Crap! We’re done! Done I say! That’s it folks! Hope you enjoyed the show! Tip your waitresses! Next time … try the veal! Thank you! Good night!

Tara: I admit, that comment was one of my finest hours. But wait! We’re not done yet. Show them the picture of the McRib cut in half….

Michael: No! Someone will kill themselves! That’s cruel! Inhuman! Insane! You club seals for fun … don’t you?

Tara: Cut the drama and show it. If people are going to eat this gunk, they should see it.

Michael: Hokay … here you go. I hope you’re happy. You know … we’re going to lose readers when they click that link, right?

Tara: I see it as a public service.

Michael: What? Are you goofy? What do you mean “public service” … . How … .

Tara: Well, I think it’s there for a limited time only for a reason. Perhaps a government conspiracy to thin the herd? Heh. Although … I do enjoy the Shamrock Shake, so what do I know?

Michael: What … . The government runs McCrappage? No wonder their burgers are … something other than burgers….

Tara: Hey it’s just a theory. Don’t spread it around.

Michael: But here’s the deal: That Portugese commercial? (I think it’s Portugese) The process they’re constructing a McRib by? It looks so robotic! The sauce looks watered down or something. And that fried pork patty? Not appetizing … .

Tara: I’d rather have a knitting needle poked in my eye repeatedly.

Michael: Let’s not get carried away it’s only a sammich … that you’ll never eat….

Tara: True … but they say you can get pretty euphoric by eating one. Check out these people:

Michael: And, you know, I can understand that … but not over a McRib sammich.

Tara: You know what? This CommercialClack is making me as nauseous as the Tilt-A-Whirl at the school carnival in seventh grade. I need to get off this ride.

Michael: I know what will make you feel better: A McRib.

Tara: I’m not loving it.

Clacked by Tara Shrodes
on Nov 05, 2010 @ 15:00 EST5EDT

21 Responses to “CommercialClack – The McRib is back”

My son and I both make noises of intense regurgitation when the commercial comes on for this atrocity to human consumption.
Didja ever see “Fried Green Tomatoes?” Yeah, scary to think what’s in that sauce and processed meat goo

LOL. Is it wrong of me to say I’d eat Soylent Green before I’d eat another McRib?

As you can see from the video of the people supposedly happily eating that terminal torpedo of tastelessness, there’s so much barbeque sauce/flavored paint on the things that the first bite causes a good half pint of that sludge to come squirting out everywhere. As I recall from that traumatic moment when I tried one, all you could taste is the sludge, which is probably a good thing. When I think of the “rib” part of this I picture it being made by marching hogs right into a wood chipper which feeds into some evil machine that forms the pig puree into that thing they call ribs.

Well, at least now I won’t be wanting any dinner. Chalk up one good thing to come from “Satan’s Sammich”.

Based on Tom’s comment, I’d say our work here is done …

Yes, you did a good job. I couldn’t get the foodfacts link to work, but maybe that’s a blessing I should count and forget about that link.

Now that I’ve lost even more of my mind I had this idea. I think the writers of “The Walking Dead” should make the McRib the source of the zombie virus. The way I look at it, if you would willingly eat a McRib you’d eat anything, just like a zombie. So the logical progression is McRib turns people into zombies who then think their neighbors look like a limited-time sammich, they get bit, turn into zombies. Repeat.

There…now you know the origin of the zombie outbreak. Sorry for the spoiler.

Yummmm, after a peanut butter & banana sammich, McRib rates, well it doesn’t rate. But I’ll bet Elvis loved him some McRib action!

All I think of is the Hess truck commercials…

The Hess Truck is back, better than ever for Christmas this year the Hess _____ is here!

The McRib is back, as shitty as ever. For Thanksgiving this year the McRip is here!

I refuse to eat one because the one sided “Rib markings” makes it look like a car drove over it. So I just assume its roadkill and lose my appetite.

a) that surgeon is dead so I don’t get the joke (I guess she got ribs removed, right?)
b) the McRib is available all the time over here. It has been for about 20 years. I like it. Don’t get what the whole fuss is about :-)

The McRib in the USA is only released 6 weeks a year, but only at a few selected stores. For some reason this “sandwich” has a following and there are apps that track where it’s released so people can drive 1,000 miles to buy 3 dozen.

This year it’s being released in all of the USA stores for 6 weeks,that’s the first time since 1994.

And therein lies the mystery, Oreo …

Ah I get it. So for you guys it’s like a cult following of some kind of perversion :-)

I think it’s funny that people here in the comments and in general find it so appalling with the artifical look of it and the strange taste when I can tell the story of my and my brother’s visit to Texas where we drove from Dallas to Houston and stopped at some kind of chicken frying fast food joint. My brother bought fried chicken pieces for about 20 bucks. We ate a bit, were full… and after five minutes started eating again. And stopped. And started eating again. Then my brother told me that ALL the employees in that place were grossly overweight. He said “Like, fat you have never seen before in your life. People twice as big as anyone you have ever seen”.

We arrived in Houston and my brother brought the stuff up to our room where we put it in the minifridge. And guess what: he ate more of it. And still there was some of it left. Because I didn’t allow myself to eat any more. It clearly had additives in it that made it addictive, more than anything that I ever ate back home. And guess what – the next morning when we woke up my brother went straight to the fridge again. At that time I chose to pick the stuff from his greasy fingers, go outside to the hall and throw it down the garbage disposal.

Again, the McRib is just a meat patty pressed into a rip-like form just every single Chicken McNugget. I find this bruhaha very strange compared to MY story :-)


CommercialClack – The McRib is back

Tara: All I can do right now is quote the chick in “Poltergeist” — “What’s HAPPENING??” I am so freaked out by this weirdness.

Michael: I’ve said it before, I’ll say it again: Can anyone explain this phenomenon to me? It’s like I almost want to go out and buy one of these things as a scientific experiment … but I might hate myself in the morning.

Tara: I can’t explain it. How do they simulate fake ribs? Do they have Heidi Montag‘s surgeon behind this?

Michael: *snort* Holy Crap! We’re done! Done I say! That’s it folks! Hope you enjoyed the show! Tip your waitresses! Next time … try the veal! Thank you! Good night!

Tara: I admit, that comment was one of my finest hours. But wait! We’re not done yet. Show them the picture of the McRib cut in half….

Michael: No! Someone will kill themselves! That’s cruel! Inhuman! Insane! You club seals for fun … don’t you?

Tara: Cut the drama and show it. If people are going to eat this gunk, they should see it.

Michael: Hokay … here you go. I hope you’re happy. You know … we’re going to lose readers when they click that link, right?

Tara: I see it as a public service.

Michael: What? Are you goofy? What do you mean “public service” … . How … .

Tara: Well, I think it’s there for a limited time only for a reason. Perhaps a government conspiracy to thin the herd? Heh. Although … I do enjoy the Shamrock Shake, so what do I know?

Michael: What … . The government runs McCrappage? No wonder their burgers are … something other than burgers….

Tara: Hey it’s just a theory. Don’t spread it around.

Michael: But here’s the deal: That Portugese commercial? (I think it’s Portugese) The process they’re constructing a McRib by? It looks so robotic! The sauce looks watered down or something. And that fried pork patty? Not appetizing … .

Tara: I’d rather have a knitting needle poked in my eye repeatedly.

Michael: Let’s not get carried away it’s only a sammich … that you’ll never eat….

Tara: True … but they say you can get pretty euphoric by eating one. Check out these people:

Michael: And, you know, I can understand that … but not over a McRib sammich.

Tara: You know what? This CommercialClack is making me as nauseous as the Tilt-A-Whirl at the school carnival in seventh grade. I need to get off this ride.

Michael: I know what will make you feel better: A McRib.

Tara: I’m not loving it.

Clacked by Tara Shrodes
on Nov 05, 2010 @ 15:00 EST5EDT

21 Responses to “CommercialClack – The McRib is back”

My son and I both make noises of intense regurgitation when the commercial comes on for this atrocity to human consumption.
Didja ever see “Fried Green Tomatoes?” Yeah, scary to think what’s in that sauce and processed meat goo

LOL. Is it wrong of me to say I’d eat Soylent Green before I’d eat another McRib?

As you can see from the video of the people supposedly happily eating that terminal torpedo of tastelessness, there’s so much barbeque sauce/flavored paint on the things that the first bite causes a good half pint of that sludge to come squirting out everywhere. As I recall from that traumatic moment when I tried one, all you could taste is the sludge, which is probably a good thing. When I think of the “rib” part of this I picture it being made by marching hogs right into a wood chipper which feeds into some evil machine that forms the pig puree into that thing they call ribs.

Well, at least now I won’t be wanting any dinner. Chalk up one good thing to come from “Satan’s Sammich”.

Based on Tom’s comment, I’d say our work here is done …

Yes, you did a good job. I couldn’t get the foodfacts link to work, but maybe that’s a blessing I should count and forget about that link.

Now that I’ve lost even more of my mind I had this idea. I think the writers of “The Walking Dead” should make the McRib the source of the zombie virus. The way I look at it, if you would willingly eat a McRib you’d eat anything, just like a zombie. So the logical progression is McRib turns people into zombies who then think their neighbors look like a limited-time sammich, they get bit, turn into zombies. Repeat.

There…now you know the origin of the zombie outbreak. Sorry for the spoiler.

Yummmm, after a peanut butter & banana sammich, McRib rates, well it doesn’t rate. But I’ll bet Elvis loved him some McRib action!

All I think of is the Hess truck commercials…

The Hess Truck is back, better than ever for Christmas this year the Hess _____ is here!

The McRib is back, as shitty as ever. For Thanksgiving this year the McRip is here!

I refuse to eat one because the one sided “Rib markings” makes it look like a car drove over it. So I just assume its roadkill and lose my appetite.

a) that surgeon is dead so I don’t get the joke (I guess she got ribs removed, right?)
b) the McRib is available all the time over here. It has been for about 20 years. I like it. Don’t get what the whole fuss is about :-)

The McRib in the USA is only released 6 weeks a year, but only at a few selected stores. For some reason this “sandwich” has a following and there are apps that track where it’s released so people can drive 1,000 miles to buy 3 dozen.

This year it’s being released in all of the USA stores for 6 weeks,that’s the first time since 1994.

And therein lies the mystery, Oreo …

Ah I get it. So for you guys it’s like a cult following of some kind of perversion :-)

I think it’s funny that people here in the comments and in general find it so appalling with the artifical look of it and the strange taste when I can tell the story of my and my brother’s visit to Texas where we drove from Dallas to Houston and stopped at some kind of chicken frying fast food joint. My brother bought fried chicken pieces for about 20 bucks. We ate a bit, were full… and after five minutes started eating again. And stopped. And started eating again. Then my brother told me that ALL the employees in that place were grossly overweight. He said “Like, fat you have never seen before in your life. People twice as big as anyone you have ever seen”.

We arrived in Houston and my brother brought the stuff up to our room where we put it in the minifridge. And guess what: he ate more of it. And still there was some of it left. Because I didn’t allow myself to eat any more. It clearly had additives in it that made it addictive, more than anything that I ever ate back home. And guess what – the next morning when we woke up my brother went straight to the fridge again. At that time I chose to pick the stuff from his greasy fingers, go outside to the hall and throw it down the garbage disposal.

Again, the McRib is just a meat patty pressed into a rip-like form just every single Chicken McNugget. I find this bruhaha very strange compared to MY story :-)


CommercialClack – The McRib is back

Tara: All I can do right now is quote the chick in “Poltergeist” — “What’s HAPPENING??” I am so freaked out by this weirdness.

Michael: I’ve said it before, I’ll say it again: Can anyone explain this phenomenon to me? It’s like I almost want to go out and buy one of these things as a scientific experiment … but I might hate myself in the morning.

Tara: I can’t explain it. How do they simulate fake ribs? Do they have Heidi Montag‘s surgeon behind this?

Michael: *snort* Holy Crap! We’re done! Done I say! That’s it folks! Hope you enjoyed the show! Tip your waitresses! Next time … try the veal! Thank you! Good night!

Tara: I admit, that comment was one of my finest hours. But wait! We’re not done yet. Show them the picture of the McRib cut in half….

Michael: No! Someone will kill themselves! That’s cruel! Inhuman! Insane! You club seals for fun … don’t you?

Tara: Cut the drama and show it. If people are going to eat this gunk, they should see it.

Michael: Hokay … here you go. I hope you’re happy. You know … we’re going to lose readers when they click that link, right?

Tara: I see it as a public service.

Michael: What? Are you goofy? What do you mean “public service” … . How … .

Tara: Well, I think it’s there for a limited time only for a reason. Perhaps a government conspiracy to thin the herd? Heh. Although … I do enjoy the Shamrock Shake, so what do I know?

Michael: What … . The government runs McCrappage? No wonder their burgers are … something other than burgers….

Tara: Hey it’s just a theory. Don’t spread it around.

Michael: But here’s the deal: That Portugese commercial? (I think it’s Portugese) The process they’re constructing a McRib by? It looks so robotic! The sauce looks watered down or something. And that fried pork patty? Not appetizing … .

Tara: I’d rather have a knitting needle poked in my eye repeatedly.

Michael: Let’s not get carried away it’s only a sammich … that you’ll never eat….

Tara: True … but they say you can get pretty euphoric by eating one. Check out these people:

Michael: And, you know, I can understand that … but not over a McRib sammich.

Tara: You know what? This CommercialClack is making me as nauseous as the Tilt-A-Whirl at the school carnival in seventh grade. I need to get off this ride.

Michael: I know what will make you feel better: A McRib.

Tara: I’m not loving it.

Clacked by Tara Shrodes
on Nov 05, 2010 @ 15:00 EST5EDT

21 Responses to “CommercialClack – The McRib is back”

My son and I both make noises of intense regurgitation when the commercial comes on for this atrocity to human consumption.
Didja ever see “Fried Green Tomatoes?” Yeah, scary to think what’s in that sauce and processed meat goo

LOL. Is it wrong of me to say I’d eat Soylent Green before I’d eat another McRib?

As you can see from the video of the people supposedly happily eating that terminal torpedo of tastelessness, there’s so much barbeque sauce/flavored paint on the things that the first bite causes a good half pint of that sludge to come squirting out everywhere. As I recall from that traumatic moment when I tried one, all you could taste is the sludge, which is probably a good thing. When I think of the “rib” part of this I picture it being made by marching hogs right into a wood chipper which feeds into some evil machine that forms the pig puree into that thing they call ribs.

Well, at least now I won’t be wanting any dinner. Chalk up one good thing to come from “Satan’s Sammich”.

Based on Tom’s comment, I’d say our work here is done …

Yes, you did a good job. I couldn’t get the foodfacts link to work, but maybe that’s a blessing I should count and forget about that link.

Now that I’ve lost even more of my mind I had this idea. I think the writers of “The Walking Dead” should make the McRib the source of the zombie virus. The way I look at it, if you would willingly eat a McRib you’d eat anything, just like a zombie. So the logical progression is McRib turns people into zombies who then think their neighbors look like a limited-time sammich, they get bit, turn into zombies. Repeat.

There…now you know the origin of the zombie outbreak. Sorry for the spoiler.

Yummmm, after a peanut butter & banana sammich, McRib rates, well it doesn’t rate. But I’ll bet Elvis loved him some McRib action!

All I think of is the Hess truck commercials…

The Hess Truck is back, better than ever for Christmas this year the Hess _____ is here!

The McRib is back, as shitty as ever. For Thanksgiving this year the McRip is here!

I refuse to eat one because the one sided “Rib markings” makes it look like a car drove over it. So I just assume its roadkill and lose my appetite.

a) that surgeon is dead so I don’t get the joke (I guess she got ribs removed, right?)
b) the McRib is available all the time over here. It has been for about 20 years. I like it. Don’t get what the whole fuss is about :-)

The McRib in the USA is only released 6 weeks a year, but only at a few selected stores. For some reason this “sandwich” has a following and there are apps that track where it’s released so people can drive 1,000 miles to buy 3 dozen.

This year it’s being released in all of the USA stores for 6 weeks,that’s the first time since 1994.

And therein lies the mystery, Oreo …

Ah I get it. So for you guys it’s like a cult following of some kind of perversion :-)

I think it’s funny that people here in the comments and in general find it so appalling with the artifical look of it and the strange taste when I can tell the story of my and my brother’s visit to Texas where we drove from Dallas to Houston and stopped at some kind of chicken frying fast food joint. My brother bought fried chicken pieces for about 20 bucks. We ate a bit, were full… and after five minutes started eating again. And stopped. And started eating again. Then my brother told me that ALL the employees in that place were grossly overweight. He said “Like, fat you have never seen before in your life. People twice as big as anyone you have ever seen”.

We arrived in Houston and my brother brought the stuff up to our room where we put it in the minifridge. And guess what: he ate more of it. And still there was some of it left. Because I didn’t allow myself to eat any more. It clearly had additives in it that made it addictive, more than anything that I ever ate back home. And guess what – the next morning when we woke up my brother went straight to the fridge again. At that time I chose to pick the stuff from his greasy fingers, go outside to the hall and throw it down the garbage disposal.

Again, the McRib is just a meat patty pressed into a rip-like form just every single Chicken McNugget. I find this bruhaha very strange compared to MY story :-)


CommercialClack – The McRib is back

Tara: All I can do right now is quote the chick in “Poltergeist” — “What’s HAPPENING??” I am so freaked out by this weirdness.

Michael: I’ve said it before, I’ll say it again: Can anyone explain this phenomenon to me? It’s like I almost want to go out and buy one of these things as a scientific experiment … but I might hate myself in the morning.

Tara: I can’t explain it. How do they simulate fake ribs? Do they have Heidi Montag‘s surgeon behind this?

Michael: *snort* Holy Crap! We’re done! Done I say! That’s it folks! Hope you enjoyed the show! Tip your waitresses! Next time … try the veal! Thank you! Good night!

Tara: I admit, that comment was one of my finest hours. But wait! We’re not done yet. Show them the picture of the McRib cut in half….

Michael: No! Someone will kill themselves! That’s cruel! Inhuman! Insane! You club seals for fun … don’t you?

Tara: Cut the drama and show it. If people are going to eat this gunk, they should see it.

Michael: Hokay … here you go. I hope you’re happy. You know … we’re going to lose readers when they click that link, right?

Tara: I see it as a public service.

Michael: What? Are you goofy? What do you mean “public service” … . How … .

Tara: Well, I think it’s there for a limited time only for a reason. Perhaps a government conspiracy to thin the herd? Heh. Although … I do enjoy the Shamrock Shake, so what do I know?

Michael: What … . The government runs McCrappage? No wonder their burgers are … something other than burgers….

Tara: Hey it’s just a theory. Don’t spread it around.

Michael: But here’s the deal: That Portugese commercial? (I think it’s Portugese) The process they’re constructing a McRib by? It looks so robotic! The sauce looks watered down or something. And that fried pork patty? Not appetizing … .

Tara: I’d rather have a knitting needle poked in my eye repeatedly.

Michael: Let’s not get carried away it’s only a sammich … that you’ll never eat….

Tara: True … but they say you can get pretty euphoric by eating one. Check out these people:

Michael: And, you know, I can understand that … but not over a McRib sammich.

Tara: You know what? This CommercialClack is making me as nauseous as the Tilt-A-Whirl at the school carnival in seventh grade. I need to get off this ride.

Michael: I know what will make you feel better: A McRib.

Tara: I’m not loving it.

Clacked by Tara Shrodes
on Nov 05, 2010 @ 15:00 EST5EDT

21 Responses to “CommercialClack – The McRib is back”

My son and I both make noises of intense regurgitation when the commercial comes on for this atrocity to human consumption.
Didja ever see “Fried Green Tomatoes?” Yeah, scary to think what’s in that sauce and processed meat goo

LOL. Is it wrong of me to say I’d eat Soylent Green before I’d eat another McRib?

As you can see from the video of the people supposedly happily eating that terminal torpedo of tastelessness, there’s so much barbeque sauce/flavored paint on the things that the first bite causes a good half pint of that sludge to come squirting out everywhere. As I recall from that traumatic moment when I tried one, all you could taste is the sludge, which is probably a good thing. When I think of the “rib” part of this I picture it being made by marching hogs right into a wood chipper which feeds into some evil machine that forms the pig puree into that thing they call ribs.

Well, at least now I won’t be wanting any dinner. Chalk up one good thing to come from “Satan’s Sammich”.

Based on Tom’s comment, I’d say our work here is done …

Yes, you did a good job. I couldn’t get the foodfacts link to work, but maybe that’s a blessing I should count and forget about that link.

Now that I’ve lost even more of my mind I had this idea. I think the writers of “The Walking Dead” should make the McRib the source of the zombie virus. The way I look at it, if you would willingly eat a McRib you’d eat anything, just like a zombie. So the logical progression is McRib turns people into zombies who then think their neighbors look like a limited-time sammich, they get bit, turn into zombies. Repeat.

There…now you know the origin of the zombie outbreak. Sorry for the spoiler.

Yummmm, after a peanut butter & banana sammich, McRib rates, well it doesn’t rate. But I’ll bet Elvis loved him some McRib action!

All I think of is the Hess truck commercials…

The Hess Truck is back, better than ever for Christmas this year the Hess _____ is here!

The McRib is back, as shitty as ever. For Thanksgiving this year the McRip is here!

I refuse to eat one because the one sided “Rib markings” makes it look like a car drove over it. So I just assume its roadkill and lose my appetite.

a) that surgeon is dead so I don’t get the joke (I guess she got ribs removed, right?)
b) the McRib is available all the time over here. It has been for about 20 years. I like it. Don’t get what the whole fuss is about :-)

The McRib in the USA is only released 6 weeks a year, but only at a few selected stores. For some reason this “sandwich” has a following and there are apps that track where it’s released so people can drive 1,000 miles to buy 3 dozen.

This year it’s being released in all of the USA stores for 6 weeks,that’s the first time since 1994.

And therein lies the mystery, Oreo …

Ah I get it. So for you guys it’s like a cult following of some kind of perversion :-)

I think it’s funny that people here in the comments and in general find it so appalling with the artifical look of it and the strange taste when I can tell the story of my and my brother’s visit to Texas where we drove from Dallas to Houston and stopped at some kind of chicken frying fast food joint. My brother bought fried chicken pieces for about 20 bucks. We ate a bit, were full… and after five minutes started eating again. And stopped. And started eating again. Then my brother told me that ALL the employees in that place were grossly overweight. He said “Like, fat you have never seen before in your life. People twice as big as anyone you have ever seen”.

We arrived in Houston and my brother brought the stuff up to our room where we put it in the minifridge. And guess what: he ate more of it. And still there was some of it left. Because I didn’t allow myself to eat any more. It clearly had additives in it that made it addictive, more than anything that I ever ate back home. And guess what – the next morning when we woke up my brother went straight to the fridge again. At that time I chose to pick the stuff from his greasy fingers, go outside to the hall and throw it down the garbage disposal.

Again, the McRib is just a meat patty pressed into a rip-like form just every single Chicken McNugget. I find this bruhaha very strange compared to MY story :-)


CommercialClack – The McRib is back

Tara: All I can do right now is quote the chick in “Poltergeist” — “What’s HAPPENING??” I am so freaked out by this weirdness.

Michael: I’ve said it before, I’ll say it again: Can anyone explain this phenomenon to me? It’s like I almost want to go out and buy one of these things as a scientific experiment … but I might hate myself in the morning.

Tara: I can’t explain it. How do they simulate fake ribs? Do they have Heidi Montag‘s surgeon behind this?

Michael: *snort* Holy Crap! We’re done! Done I say! That’s it folks! Hope you enjoyed the show! Tip your waitresses! Next time … try the veal! Thank you! Good night!

Tara: I admit, that comment was one of my finest hours. But wait! We’re not done yet. Show them the picture of the McRib cut in half….

Michael: No! Someone will kill themselves! That’s cruel! Inhuman! Insane! You club seals for fun … don’t you?

Tara: Cut the drama and show it. If people are going to eat this gunk, they should see it.

Michael: Hokay … here you go. I hope you’re happy. You know … we’re going to lose readers when they click that link, right?

Tara: I see it as a public service.

Michael: What? Are you goofy? What do you mean “public service” … . How … .

Tara: Well, I think it’s there for a limited time only for a reason. Perhaps a government conspiracy to thin the herd? Heh. Although … I do enjoy the Shamrock Shake, so what do I know?

Michael: What … . The government runs McCrappage? No wonder their burgers are … something other than burgers….

Tara: Hey it’s just a theory. Don’t spread it around.

Michael: But here’s the deal: That Portugese commercial? (I think it’s Portugese) The process they’re constructing a McRib by? It looks so robotic! The sauce looks watered down or something. And that fried pork patty? Not appetizing … .

Tara: I’d rather have a knitting needle poked in my eye repeatedly.

Michael: Let’s not get carried away it’s only a sammich … that you’ll never eat….

Tara: True … but they say you can get pretty euphoric by eating one. Check out these people:

Michael: And, you know, I can understand that … but not over a McRib sammich.

Tara: You know what? This CommercialClack is making me as nauseous as the Tilt-A-Whirl at the school carnival in seventh grade. I need to get off this ride.

Michael: I know what will make you feel better: A McRib.

Tara: I’m not loving it.

Clacked by Tara Shrodes
on Nov 05, 2010 @ 15:00 EST5EDT

21 Responses to “CommercialClack – The McRib is back”

My son and I both make noises of intense regurgitation when the commercial comes on for this atrocity to human consumption.
Didja ever see “Fried Green Tomatoes?” Yeah, scary to think what’s in that sauce and processed meat goo

LOL. Is it wrong of me to say I’d eat Soylent Green before I’d eat another McRib?

As you can see from the video of the people supposedly happily eating that terminal torpedo of tastelessness, there’s so much barbeque sauce/flavored paint on the things that the first bite causes a good half pint of that sludge to come squirting out everywhere. As I recall from that traumatic moment when I tried one, all you could taste is the sludge, which is probably a good thing. When I think of the “rib” part of this I picture it being made by marching hogs right into a wood chipper which feeds into some evil machine that forms the pig puree into that thing they call ribs.

Well, at least now I won’t be wanting any dinner. Chalk up one good thing to come from “Satan’s Sammich”.

Based on Tom’s comment, I’d say our work here is done …

Yes, you did a good job. I couldn’t get the foodfacts link to work, but maybe that’s a blessing I should count and forget about that link.

Now that I’ve lost even more of my mind I had this idea. I think the writers of “The Walking Dead” should make the McRib the source of the zombie virus. The way I look at it, if you would willingly eat a McRib you’d eat anything, just like a zombie. So the logical progression is McRib turns people into zombies who then think their neighbors look like a limited-time sammich, they get bit, turn into zombies. Repeat.

There…now you know the origin of the zombie outbreak. Sorry for the spoiler.

Yummmm, after a peanut butter & banana sammich, McRib rates, well it doesn’t rate. But I’ll bet Elvis loved him some McRib action!

All I think of is the Hess truck commercials…

The Hess Truck is back, better than ever for Christmas this year the Hess _____ is here!

The McRib is back, as shitty as ever. For Thanksgiving this year the McRip is here!

I refuse to eat one because the one sided “Rib markings” makes it look like a car drove over it. So I just assume its roadkill and lose my appetite.

a) that surgeon is dead so I don’t get the joke (I guess she got ribs removed, right?)
b) the McRib is available all the time over here. It has been for about 20 years. I like it. Don’t get what the whole fuss is about :-)

The McRib in the USA is only released 6 weeks a year, but only at a few selected stores. For some reason this “sandwich” has a following and there are apps that track where it’s released so people can drive 1,000 miles to buy 3 dozen.

This year it’s being released in all of the USA stores for 6 weeks,that’s the first time since 1994.

And therein lies the mystery, Oreo …

Ah I get it. So for you guys it’s like a cult following of some kind of perversion :-)

I think it’s funny that people here in the comments and in general find it so appalling with the artifical look of it and the strange taste when I can tell the story of my and my brother’s visit to Texas where we drove from Dallas to Houston and stopped at some kind of chicken frying fast food joint. My brother bought fried chicken pieces for about 20 bucks. We ate a bit, were full… and after five minutes started eating again. And stopped. And started eating again. Then my brother told me that ALL the employees in that place were grossly overweight. He said “Like, fat you have never seen before in your life. People twice as big as anyone you have ever seen”.

We arrived in Houston and my brother brought the stuff up to our room where we put it in the minifridge. And guess what: he ate more of it. And still there was some of it left. Because I didn’t allow myself to eat any more. It clearly had additives in it that made it addictive, more than anything that I ever ate back home. And guess what – the next morning when we woke up my brother went straight to the fridge again. At that time I chose to pick the stuff from his greasy fingers, go outside to the hall and throw it down the garbage disposal.

Again, the McRib is just a meat patty pressed into a rip-like form just every single Chicken McNugget. I find this bruhaha very strange compared to MY story :-)


CommercialClack – The McRib is back

Tara: All I can do right now is quote the chick in “Poltergeist” — “What’s HAPPENING??” I am so freaked out by this weirdness.

Michael: I’ve said it before, I’ll say it again: Can anyone explain this phenomenon to me? It’s like I almost want to go out and buy one of these things as a scientific experiment … but I might hate myself in the morning.

Tara: I can’t explain it. How do they simulate fake ribs? Do they have Heidi Montag‘s surgeon behind this?

Michael: *snort* Holy Crap! We’re done! Done I say! That’s it folks! Hope you enjoyed the show! Tip your waitresses! Next time … try the veal! Thank you! Good night!

Tara: I admit, that comment was one of my finest hours. But wait! We’re not done yet. Show them the picture of the McRib cut in half….

Michael: No! Someone will kill themselves! That’s cruel! Inhuman! Insane! You club seals for fun … don’t you?

Tara: Cut the drama and show it. If people are going to eat this gunk, they should see it.

Michael: Hokay … here you go. I hope you’re happy. You know … we’re going to lose readers when they click that link, right?

Tara: I see it as a public service.

Michael: What? Are you goofy? What do you mean “public service” … . How … .

Tara: Well, I think it’s there for a limited time only for a reason. Perhaps a government conspiracy to thin the herd? Heh. Although … I do enjoy the Shamrock Shake, so what do I know?

Michael: What … . The government runs McCrappage? No wonder their burgers are … something other than burgers….

Tara: Hey it’s just a theory. Don’t spread it around.

Michael: But here’s the deal: That Portugese commercial? (I think it’s Portugese) The process they’re constructing a McRib by? It looks so robotic! The sauce looks watered down or something. And that fried pork patty? Not appetizing … .

Tara: I’d rather have a knitting needle poked in my eye repeatedly.

Michael: Let’s not get carried away it’s only a sammich … that you’ll never eat….

Tara: True … but they say you can get pretty euphoric by eating one. Check out these people:

Michael: And, you know, I can understand that … but not over a McRib sammich.

Tara: You know what? This CommercialClack is making me as nauseous as the Tilt-A-Whirl at the school carnival in seventh grade. I need to get off this ride.

Michael: I know what will make you feel better: A McRib.

Tara: I’m not loving it.

Clacked by Tara Shrodes
on Nov 05, 2010 @ 15:00 EST5EDT

21 Responses to “CommercialClack – The McRib is back”

My son and I both make noises of intense regurgitation when the commercial comes on for this atrocity to human consumption.
Didja ever see “Fried Green Tomatoes?” Yeah, scary to think what’s in that sauce and processed meat goo

LOL. Is it wrong of me to say I’d eat Soylent Green before I’d eat another McRib?

As you can see from the video of the people supposedly happily eating that terminal torpedo of tastelessness, there’s so much barbeque sauce/flavored paint on the things that the first bite causes a good half pint of that sludge to come squirting out everywhere. As I recall from that traumatic moment when I tried one, all you could taste is the sludge, which is probably a good thing. When I think of the “rib” part of this I picture it being made by marching hogs right into a wood chipper which feeds into some evil machine that forms the pig puree into that thing they call ribs.

Well, at least now I won’t be wanting any dinner. Chalk up one good thing to come from “Satan’s Sammich”.

Based on Tom’s comment, I’d say our work here is done …

Yes, you did a good job. I couldn’t get the foodfacts link to work, but maybe that’s a blessing I should count and forget about that link.

Now that I’ve lost even more of my mind I had this idea. I think the writers of “The Walking Dead” should make the McRib the source of the zombie virus. The way I look at it, if you would willingly eat a McRib you’d eat anything, just like a zombie. So the logical progression is McRib turns people into zombies who then think their neighbors look like a limited-time sammich, they get bit, turn into zombies. Repeat.

There…now you know the origin of the zombie outbreak. Sorry for the spoiler.

Yummmm, after a peanut butter & banana sammich, McRib rates, well it doesn’t rate. But I’ll bet Elvis loved him some McRib action!

All I think of is the Hess truck commercials…

The Hess Truck is back, better than ever for Christmas this year the Hess _____ is here!

The McRib is back, as shitty as ever. For Thanksgiving this year the McRip is here!

I refuse to eat one because the one sided “Rib markings” makes it look like a car drove over it. So I just assume its roadkill and lose my appetite.

a) that surgeon is dead so I don’t get the joke (I guess she got ribs removed, right?)
b) the McRib is available all the time over here. It has been for about 20 years. I like it. Don’t get what the whole fuss is about :-)

The McRib in the USA is only released 6 weeks a year, but only at a few selected stores. For some reason this “sandwich” has a following and there are apps that track where it’s released so people can drive 1,000 miles to buy 3 dozen.

This year it’s being released in all of the USA stores for 6 weeks,that’s the first time since 1994.

And therein lies the mystery, Oreo …

Ah I get it. So for you guys it’s like a cult following of some kind of perversion :-)

I think it’s funny that people here in the comments and in general find it so appalling with the artifical look of it and the strange taste when I can tell the story of my and my brother’s visit to Texas where we drove from Dallas to Houston and stopped at some kind of chicken frying fast food joint. My brother bought fried chicken pieces for about 20 bucks. We ate a bit, were full… and after five minutes started eating again. And stopped. And started eating again. Then my brother told me that ALL the employees in that place were grossly overweight. He said “Like, fat you have never seen before in your life. People twice as big as anyone you have ever seen”.

We arrived in Houston and my brother brought the stuff up to our room where we put it in the minifridge. And guess what: he ate more of it. And still there was some of it left. Because I didn’t allow myself to eat any more. It clearly had additives in it that made it addictive, more than anything that I ever ate back home. And guess what – the next morning when we woke up my brother went straight to the fridge again. At that time I chose to pick the stuff from his greasy fingers, go outside to the hall and throw it down the garbage disposal.

Again, the McRib is just a meat patty pressed into a rip-like form just every single Chicken McNugget. I find this bruhaha very strange compared to MY story :-)


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