I recently saw a huge McDonalds billboard that said "Fresh Cracked Eggs." Not "fresh-cracked" or "freshly cracked." Regardless of the freshness of the eggs, I'd prefer if they weren't sitting there with cracks in them.
Now today I saw a sign for Happy Meals depicting a tower of carefully stacked Chicken McNuggets that proclaimed "Food To Grow On." We all know that crap makes people fat, but it seems like somrthing they'd want to avoid inadvertently pointing out to us.
I can't be the only one seeing these unfortunate wording choices and thinking they reflect more negatively onMcDonalds than positively.
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