Ronald ain't bout those tricks.
In all our days, we've never wished so bad we were Japanese. McDonald's Japan - a brand we can only hope sells online merch - has introduced a seasonal treat for this year's Pagan Christmas (Halloween) - pumpkin chocolate french fries. From the looks of it, this salty-sweet combination is going to be phenomenal - either that, or their photographer needs a raise immediately.
It is of our opinion that McDonald's is entering a renaissance era - at least in terms of public perception. Without even bringing up the Kanye West homage, we'd like to put forth the argument that McDonald's's "this food kills you" backlash of the Spurlock-era is all but forgotten in the public consciousness. We're living in stranger days - virality over everything - including livestock. McDonald's is adapting to the social media age, and we encourage the fast food giant to continue in that vein. More weird promotional items on the menu, more hilarious celebrity interaction - specifically, we want to see the McGangBang become an official menu item. That would honestly push Ronald over the top - he'd literally run the streets at that point, or perhaps he already does?
2016年に1月に大人気だったマックチョコポテトが、進化して帰ってきます！！……なんと今回はハロウィンバージョン👻このヤバイ色、パンプキン&チョコソースです！＃ハロウィンチョコポテト＃9月28日から pic.twitter.com/OygxYXjvAT— マクドナルド (@McDonaldsJapan) September 21, 2016