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Man can't believe how similar three-month-old McDonald's burger looks to fresh one

Poppy Bilderbeck

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Man can't believe how similar three-month-old McDonald's burger looks to fresh one

People have been left divided after a man revealed what his McDonald's burger looked like after three months.

Prepare to never look at a Big Mac the same again:

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Look, we all know it's fast food. But do we really care about what it looks like inside when we're hangry and all we've been craving all day is a crunchy lettuced, classic American cheesed, Big Mac? Or a box of 20 McNuggets?

However, wanting to get to the bottom of just what goes into a Big Mac and how it's affected if left over a long period of time, an Australian TikToker bought a burger from the chain in August earlier this year.

A TikToker has investigated what happens to a Big Mac when you leave it for three months. Credit:  Jeffrey Isaac Greenberg 20+ / Alamy Stock Photo
A TikToker has investigated what happens to a Big Mac when you leave it for three months. Credit: Jeffrey Isaac Greenberg 20+ / Alamy Stock Photo

He then compared the burger to one he purchased just the other day.

Other TikTokers have since flooded to the post, divided in their responses to the big reveal.

Along with a lot of effing and blinding, the TikToker - named DJ Bob Lob Law - starts with the Big Mac he bought most recently on 25 November.

Opening the burger, the TikToker is quick to scoff at it, questioning where the lettuce and onion is.

Laying into the lack of lettuce as well as sauce and size of patty, he then moves onto the onions and how he thought there should be two slices of cheese rather than just one - picking away and munching at it nevertheless.

"That's not a Big Mac, that's a f***ing s**t show," he resolves.

Before inspecting the three-month-old burger, the TikToker first laid into his recent purchase.  Credit: @djbobloblaw3/ TikTok
Before inspecting the three-month-old burger, the TikToker first laid into his recent purchase. Credit: @djbobloblaw3/ TikTok

Explaining the other Big Mac has been sat in his fridge for a whopping three months, the TikToker reviews the older burger as looking 'exactly the same' as the freshest, just smaller in size.

With no mould or rot, the DJ brands the burger as 'plastic food' and 'full of preservatives'.

The three-month-old burger didn't have any 'mould' or 'rot' on it.  Credit: @djbobloblaw3/ TikTok
The three-month-old burger didn't have any 'mould' or 'rot' on it. Credit: @djbobloblaw3/ TikTok

Viewers have flooded to the comments divided in their responses to the big reveal.

Some users called out the TikToker for having too high expectations of a fast food chain.

One said: "Get a better hobby mate, it's fast food idk wtf you expect lol ain't five star s**t."

"Thanks for nothing mate eat it and Shoosh," another said.

A third commented: "'That’s what you’re putting in your gut guys' as he’s eating the cheese and lettuce out of the other burger."

However, viewers of the video had divided responses to the reveal.  Credit: @djbobloblaw3/ TikTok
However, viewers of the video had divided responses to the reveal. Credit: @djbobloblaw3/ TikTok

A fourth argued: "Ik it'd bad but mum gets home at 10 nearly every night bc of her job.she can't put food on the table all the time. sometimes it's the only alternative."

A final joked: "Now that’s value for money, buy a burger today and still edible in three months! Win win." - Although don't try that one at home.

A spokesperson for McDonald's Australia told LADbible: "McDonald’s prides itself on serving up great quality products.

"We have supported Aussie farmers for over 50 years and our Big Macs include 100% Aussie beef, crisp Aussie lettuce and Aussie grown pickles.

"Our food is made to be consumed upon purchase or delivery to ensure quality and freshness."

Featured Image Credit: @djbobloblaw3/ TikTok

Topics: McDonalds, Food And Drink, TikTok, Viral, Social Media

Poppy Bilderbeck
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