Here's The Real Secret To Those Delicious-Looking Burgers In McDonald's Ads (Video)
Jun 21, 2012 11:24
It's no secret that store-bought burgers look almost nothing like the "dressed-up" burgers you see in marketing campaigns. But thanks to McDonald's Canada, here's a behind the scenes look at all the effort that goes into creating those tasty-looking burgers:
Though the company claims the hamburgers used in ad campaigns are entirely composed of the same ingredients used to prepare the ones found in their restaurants, its likely that only carefully selected samples are chosen for the model burger. We doubt the same can be said for the store-bought ones.
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Farts often lead to social embarrassment, and make us feel extremely uncomfortable. However, there were people who recorded these farting incidents in the scroll called He-Gassen (The Fart Battle). The scroll is just about people farting. It also has a few drawings to ridicule westerners towards the end of the Edo period, with images showing the westerners blown away by Japanese farts. Check out some of the drawings here: Read more