Hangovers will never been the same again after this revelation.
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Or at least they won’t be if you live in Missouri, which you probably don’t. Nevertheless, this announcement from one particular McDonald’s just might herald the future of what’s to come from our favourite grease bucket.
The owner of the new branch in St Joseph, which is set to open on July 8th this year, held a press conference recently – where he discussed everything that his franchise will be doing differently. Among those announcements was the declaration that he, with the help of his 85 staff, will be serving fries on an all-you-can-eat basis.
Imagine rolling into McDonald’s on a Saturday morning, craving that filthy goodness, only to sit down at your table under those golden arches and be told that you can stuff your face with as many chips as your churning stomach can handle at no extra cost. At least before those 7 jaeger bombs from the night before bring them all back up again. But it would be oh so good while it lasted, wouldn’t it?
We have some exciting news coming. In the meantime, our North Belt McDonald's location is closed temporarily. pic.twitter.com/n97w3BskDc
— St. Joe McDonald's (@stjoemcdonalds) March 21, 2016
Along with the bottomless fries, Chris Habiger’s version of the fast food chain will also have: a function room for parties, the touch screens that are quickly becoming the norm in McDonald’s across the globe, inside slides and a play area for kids (yeah, sure – ‘kids’), light-up tables which include table top games, comfy sofas, and FUCKING ALL-YOU-CAN-EAT FRIES.
I can’t even convey how hard I’m praying that they bring this over to the UK. Forget about the touch screens, the changes they’ve made to the way we order, and the slides – I guarantee that if they made all-you-can-eat fries the standard, they’d double their sales overnight. Probably just from my visits alone.
Unfortunately though – as is always the case with the McDonald’s revelations that we report – this is probably going to be exclusive to a single country. I don’t understand why that’s the case, though? I’d love a Gigantic Big Mac just as much as you guys over in Japan.