The working life can be dreary and supremely frustrating, so take these memes to help you along your way. Sometimes it is just all you can do to make it through one more day of work, one more shift, one more reason you hate your boss and plot is untimely and increasingly extravagant and fantastical demise.
But enough about that pr*ck, use these work memes or these relatable work memes, to give yourself the nourishment you need to make it through and over the hump, and onto Friday and its glorious memery and freedom.
Has McDonald's taken it too far this time, or what? That mind-blowingly sweet and syrupy, fluorescent orange drink was a damn staple of my sugardrunk youth; and in all honesty, I'll still grab a cup every now and again these days.
In large thanks to the hysteria surrounding Rick and Morty, some insane fan just laid down a winning, $14.7K bid via Ebay on the Mulan Szechuan Dipping Sauce inspired from the show. Ahem. Did you not see this video that shows you how to create a much cheaper version, bro?
Wendy's a fine and upstanding chain that apparently does NOT freeze their beef seized the moment to outright put down MacTrons, and give us the kind of Grade A American Twitter Beef (unfortunately short-lived) war that we deserve. We can only hope that this little virtual altercation picks up legs, and carries on into comedic gold land:
McDonald's is still reportedly looking into the source of the hack, but in the meanwhile I think it's safe to assume we can all agree that whoever seized the reins had it out for Mr. DJ Trump in a big way. Only thing that could've improved the disruptive, unexpected tweet was if we'd gotten some sort of Twitter war between the two. Here's to hoping that next time we're so lucky.
Like the temptation of touching a hot iron, diners at McDonald's have long been tempted to stretch the limits of customization at the golden arches. Sure, there's the old ordering nine McNuggets with only seven nuggets, but that's kids stuff.
Twitter user @coLMerchant took things to the next level, ordering nothing but a single slice of cheese the hard way. He placed an order at one of those fancy computer ready kiosk McDonald's, you know the one stealing everyone's jobs, and put in an burger sure to fry the computer's circuits: "NO ONION, NO KETCHUP, NO MUSTARD, NO PICKLES, NO BUN, NO MEAT." That's one way to get a veggie burger at McDonald's.
McDonald’s, presumably tired of getting hit up on Twitter finally responded by telling customers to direct their complaints at the point of sale — at least they can then verify that those fries aren’t at the bottom of the bag or in the person’s stomach. They said:
“There is no policy in place which suggests French Fries should be served in a carton that is anything less than full.
“Customer service and experience is one of our top priorities and we are always disappointed to hear when our food falls short of customer’s expectations and our high standards.”
I mean you could also do like a certain reality-TV gameshow host and take your complaints directly to the Grimace:
But one thing's for sure, they know that you're having a hard time with that Shamrock Shake, especially that new one with chocolate in it or something. And because McDonald's loves you, they've hired the team behind Google's modular smartphone Project Ara to produce S.T.R.A.W. (Suction Tube for Reverse Axial Withdrawal).
What's the difference between S.T.R.A.W. and straw? McDonald's new over-engineered bad bou comes with a hooked end and fore holes, which were designed specifically to allow people to finally taste their thicker than thick Chocolate Shamrock Shake.
However, this project is a bit of a Willy Wonka Golden Ticket: S.T.R.A.W. is only available in 80 cities and limited to 2,000.
McDonald's announced they'll be giving away 10,000 free bottles of their Special Sauce on Thursday, January 26th; and the internet is a melting pot of excitement meets sassy indifference. Sassy indifference here being the whispers of, 'haven't we already had this available?' It's called Thousand Island Dressing.