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Watch Redacted Tonight Show's "What a McDonald's Commercial Should Look Like" (Video)

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If you want to know what's in your Chicken McNuggets, you can find the ingredients online...though McDonald's doesn't make it easy for you.

The ingredients are listed on page eight of a 20 page PDF document on the company's website, making it difficult to just search for without having to hunt for the nuggets in question.

See also: McDonald's Florida Burger: Only in France

A much better way to find out what's in your nuggets is to watch this video by Redacted Tonight, an online "news" site that channels the Jon Stewart/Stephen Colbert school of journalism.

Called, "What A McDonald's Commercial SHOULD Look Like", the video shows Lee Camp in a mock audition for the fast food giant in which he's required to read the ingredients of a box of Chicken McNuggets.

Best part (of course) is when the casting director asks to see that all-important moment in a commercial -- taking that first bite!

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