We all love junk food, and now we are addicted to it.
The burger is everyone’s favorite, kids, adults everyone likes to have it at least once a week.
What if you can create your own dream burger? Recently, McDonald’s has faced a barrage of backlash from angry social media users after it’s April Fool’s Day prank backfired.
The fast-food giant took to its official Instagram and Facebook accounts on Monday to announce it would be launching a McPickle Burger in Australia.
And even though everyone knew it was a joke, people were a little disappointed. Lots of people said they wished it was a real thing.
Although the fast food restaurant is not officially releasing the McPickle, one man has answered all your prayers.
But unfortunately for pickle lovers, the McPickle burger was only created for an April Fool’s Day prank.
But, one man makes it real, Matt Little, from Tasmania, shows how with a few clever ordering tricks, you can make one yourself.
Matt Little, from Tasmania, spotted the Maccie’s prank last week and decided to find out for himself how it would taste. So, he went along to his McDonald’s and ordered a Big Mac but told the employee to hold the meat and replace it with a lot of pickles, despite reservations from his ‘horrified’ wife.
Posting a picture of his receipt, Matt says he ordered a standard Big Mac to recreate the McPickle.
Speaking to News.co.au, he said: “I went up to the counter trying to explain to the poor girl what I wanted, and she looked at me horrified.
“When she brought it over after we sat down, she looked at me and said, ‘That’s too many pickles’.
“It’s pretty much just a Big Mac without the meat, so two layers of pickles with tomato sauce.
“She (his wife) thought it was a silly idea, so I had to put it on a separate order.
He then asked for a burger, Big Mac sauce, and onion to be removed. He asks for three portions of extra pickle and ketchup to recreate the joke burger.
The cheese and lettuce that come as standard remain. Adding and taking away what you need to recreate the McPickle doesn’t affect the price.
Posting the picture of his creation on Twitter, Matt said: ‘The McPickle is real!’ One person replied: ‘Why does that look nice!’ And if you don’t fancy the McPickle, you can pick up a free flatbread for breakfast at McDonald’s this week.
He added: “It was probably the wettest burger I’d ever eaten in my life because of all the pickle juice. I did finish it even, but the next morning I still had the tang of pickles.
The McPickle is not the only April Fools’ Day joke that turned out to be real. Heinz and Cadbury teamed up to actually recreate the creme egg mayo.
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