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Tomorrow (25 February) is a date that many people look forward to all year - perhaps even more so than Christmas, in some cases. That's right, it's Shrove Tuesday or, more commonly, Pancake Day.
And to mark the coming of Lent, the folks over at McDonald's are flogging pancakes all day long. What a time to be alive, eh?
Yep, for one day only the fast-food chain is extending its breakfast offering, meaning you can get your greasy mitts on them until closing (11.59pm).
The tasty treats, which come in threes and are topped with syrup, will cost you around £2.49 - depending on which store you visit.
Or if you want something a little more savoury, you can plump for pancakes with a sausage for £2.99; however, these will only be available until 11am, the usual breakfast cut-off.
This also goes for the rest of the breakfast menu, so don't rock up at 5pm asking for an egg McMuffin, because it won't be happening.
To get your hands on the delicious treat, all you have to do is download the McDonald's app and order at the checkout.
But if more access to pancakes isn't enough, then guess what, there's more.
Thanks to Uber Eats, you don't even have to leave the house or office to get your fix. So long as you spend at least £5 on the app and use the code 'PANCAKESALLDAY', you can have your portion of pancakey goodness delivered to your door for FREE.
Now for something that isn't on the menu.
We all know that McDonald's restaurants around the world offer slightly different things. In China you can get a pork cutlet burger and McWings; go to Spain and you can bag yourself some chicken McBites.
If you ever venture to the Dominican Republic, you can enjoy a Chicken Mac - but with flights over there being pretty expensive (not to mention lengthy), one Maccies lover has come up with an alternative way of getting their hands on one, and it looks pretty simple.
The guy, called Bradley, took to Facebook where he detailed the simple hack. He just ordered two Mayo Chicken Sandwiches with a slice of cheese added to each one.
After assembling the creation by removing one of the top buns and putting the two together - he had himself a Chicken Mac.
He then grabbed a pot of Big Mac sauce - which you can do at a cost of 50p - and posted the results with the caption: "McDonald's? Completed it mate."
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