A woman in North Carolina recently made a shocking discovery when she lifted the bun on her McDonald's Southern Style Chicken Sandwich. Nope, they hadn't forgotten the pickles. They had, however, forgotten to not draw a Nazi swastika on her bun with butter. Let's debunk the first, most obvious question right away. No, this Nazi chicken sandwich IS NOT a "secret menu" item.
As you'd expect, the local news was all over the story immediately.
Shocking. And by that I mean it's shocking how many more questions this report brings up than it answers. For instance…
Once we figure out who is putting swastikas on chicken sandwiches at McDonald's can we look into who is putting BUTTER on chicken sandwiches at McDonald's? C'mon, people. It's McDonald's. Ain't nobody need to add butter to a MacDonald's sandwich.
Several days? You been working on THIS story in your newsroom for several DAYS? I guess I shouldn't judge. I mean, we once worked on a post about the dunkadoo balls lady for an entire week.
They interviewed her in her car. Why did they interview her in her car? It's not like they were on the scene when it happened. The answer: Just for fun.
Are we sure adding that swastika isn't a part of the actual assembly instructions for the sandwich? We are talking about a SOUTHERN Style Chicken Sandwich here. Hey-Oh! Sorry, Southerners. You are a proud and glorious people.
Who's the Roy Orbison lady and what's her deal in this?
Did they have to shoot the interview twice to get this shot? Asking for a friend who also wants to add some pizzazz to his local news stories.
Just curious, could you have gone through more steps to get that info? Asking for the same friend as the above question.