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December 04, 2006

Scientists Perplexed: Issue ‘Impossible Calorie’ Award

By Worker Bee

Here at MDA, we define “premium” as something peerless. Without equal. Really, really good for you – the absolute best. We believe in living life that way.

Evidently, McDonald’s defines premium as peerless and without equal, too. As in, a really, really good way to get that nifty obesity look everyone’s working these days.

Although no scientists were permanently harmed in the deliberation of today’s Impossible Calorie Award, a few of them did need to be sent on vacation.

McDonald’s “premium” chicken strips are 100% white meat. Fabulous. This “premium” product comes packed with 1270 calories in the bigger size (and who would order only 3 strips?). Visit this clickativity and be premiumed like you’ve never been premiumed before.
Not Even a Tasty Way to Die


[tags] premium chicken, white meat chicken, McDonald’s, calories, fast food nutrition information [/tags]

TAGS:  humor, Hype

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