We admit it. Clean Plate Charlie eats fast food. We're human, too. Even with all the good food that we eat and write about, sometimes we're in a rush...or on the turnpike...or dreadfully hungover.
When that happens, like you, we don't want a Martorano's meatball or sushi from Marumi...we want a Big Mac (and supersize, me). The only problem (besides waking up in a pool of special sauce the next morning?) -- walking into a McDonald's and dreading the possibility of being recognized as a foodie that actually eats this crap.
Thankfully, we found a new product designed to take the shame out of
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shameful dining. The McDonald's shame mask is designed to be worn while
ordering at the fast food giant.
And remember -- eating fast food is like picking your nose. We all do it, it's just best to do it behind closed doors.