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Former McDonald's Worker Gets Big Mac Tattooed On Her Arm

Former McDonald's Worker Gets Big Mac Tattooed On Her Arm

Everybody has people, places and things they absolutely adore. Some people prove this lov by having a picture of said thing etched on their skin for eternity.

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Coline Touax is one of these people, and the thing she wants the whole world to know she loves unconditionally is McDonald's Big Mac.

You would think having formerly worked for Maccie's for two years her love of the well-known burger might have diminished, but it appears this is not the case.

She had the tattoo done by famous tattoo artist, Jay Hutton, who you may recognise from Tattoo Fixers (but probably don't recognise from his days working at McDonald's as a 16-year-old).

At the end of the video above, Coline seems impressed with her tat: "Oh my god, the perfect Big Mac. I love it," she said.

You may also notice in the video the recurring theme of whether or not bacon belongs in a Big Mac, with the closing text asking: "#StillABigMac #NotABigMac Which side are you on?"

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Yes, it seems a question nobody has ever pondered until McDonald's decided to ask it is set to divide us all.

Coline decided to show her love for the Big Mac with an arm tattoo. Credit: McDonald's
Coline decided to show her love for the Big Mac with an arm tattoo. Credit: McDonald's

That's because McDonald's Big Mac has been altered for the first time in the UK.

A press release from the word famous fast food joint reads: "There are many questions that baffle and perplex us; is it still an empty room if there's someone it? Is it still priceless if it was free? AND now is a Big Mac with bacon, still a Big Mac?

"This is the first time the iconic Big Mac has been changed in the UK since the burger's creation in 1968 and opinion is divided on the addition. Big Mac purists are questioning if the burger should even be classed as a Big Mac at all, whilst others are welcoming the new addition in to the Big Mac family with open arms.

"Join the debate and have your say: #NotABigMac or #StillABigMac."

Who knew a Big Mac purist was a thing, eh? And obviously it's not an empty room if there's someone in it.

Anyway, if this tattoo smells of a PR stunt as much as it does a Big Mac, that's because it is.

Maybe they sought inspiration from Kelsy Karter. The singer got a fake tattoo of Harry Styles on her cheek, making worldwide headlines, and has since rubbed it off and massively boosted her profile.

Still, Maccies has essentially given you more burgers to choose from, which can only be a good thing.

The Big Mac Bacon is available in UK restaurants until 19 March, as are the Grand Big Mac and the Mac Jr., which are back by popular demand, it says here.

Featured Image Credit: McDonald's

Topics: big mac, Food, News, McDonald’s

Jake Massey

Jake Massey is a journalist at LADbible. He graduated from Newcastle University, where he learnt a bit about media and a lot about living without heating. After spending a few years in Australia and New Zealand, Jake secured a role at an obscure radio station in Norwich, inadvertently becoming a real-life Alan Partridge in the process. From there, Jake became a reporter at the Eastern Daily Press. Jake enjoys playing football, listening to music and writing about himself in the third person.

 

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