You might think twice before hitting up the drive-through for this morning's McMuffin.
The New York Observer, Huffington Post, and others reported how a McDonald's twitter marketing ploy has gone awry. Two dipshit tweets from McDonald's with the hashtag #McDStories -- "When you make something with pride, people can taste it." -- and the Twitterverse took it for themselves.
PETA lobbed accusations early on regarding mechanically separated meat, which McDonald's corrected. After the jump, a handful of #McDStories.
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