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The idea that you moved into new homes with that s is asinine.' And user cat_with-giant_boobs pointed out that they were 'more grossed out by the fact that she's been holding on to fast food for ten years just to prove a point that everyone already.
'It's been six years since I bought this "Happy Meal" at McDonald's she wrote. 'It's been sitting at our office this whole time and has not rotted, molded, or decomposed at all!' 'It smells only of cardboard.
Surprisingly for some, the photo of the decade-old plate of food seemed to inspire hunger rather than disgust. Back_at_itagain said: ' This might not have gotten the point across as you were trying to make t I really want a Big Mac now.'.
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It looks fresh out of the drive thru.'. A Post-it note attached to the plate stated 'purchased April 2006. Never refrigerated. Do not eat!'. Some commenters were disgusted by the idea of food looking exactly the same after 10 years, but other insisted that it was the high salt.
Reddit user standbacknow said that a woman they knew had bought the food 10 years ago, and promised that it was a genuine photo. The user posted the image with the subject: 'This girl I know bought this McDonald's Cheeseburger and fries 10 years ago.
Comments on the photo of the decade-old food said that the desiccation of it was due to the high salt levels and wasn't unnatural. Although it's not mouldy, it certainly doesn't look as appetising as a fresh burger and fries from the fast food chain.
Very little moisture overall. Desiccated, why would it decay? 'If you want to see something truly amazing, ancient peoples preserved their dead! It's called mummification. Dehydrators are pretty damn cool too. They preserve food much like this meal was preserved'.
As it hits the bun, flames erupt immediately. But strangely, within a second or so of catching fire, the bun seems to put the flames out. The bun remains charred and black, but the rest of the burger is completely unscathed - which viewers can.
A Reddit user, believed to be from the US, posted a photo of a McDonald's burger and fries that were 10 years old this month - and it looked like it could have been bought only a few days ago.