<font size="+3">McSupersizes to be phased out</font><br><br><blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p>The hamburger giant has started phasing out its trademark Supersize fries and drinks in its U.S. restaurants as part of an effort to simplify its menu and give customers choices that support a balanced lifestyle, a company spokesman said Tuesday.<p><hr></blockquote><p>If people were concerned with a balanced lifestyle, would they be at McD's in the first place? If people want to be fat, let 'em be fat. The problem is giving credence to obesity lawsuits.<br><br>
As a member of the fat community, I would just like to weigh in.....<br><br>This doesn't matter. If they only sell the small size, people will just buy 2 or 3. This would be like cutting the size of a pack of cigarettes down..people will still buy as much. <br><br><br>This is just McDonald's trying to stay one step ahead of the trial lawyers...<br><br>
<blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p>...people will just buy 2 or 3.<p><hr></blockquote><p>Sounds like a great way to increase revenue. get people used to large portions, then make the portions available smaller and watch everybody spend more the get the smae amount.<br><br>
FAT PEOPLE SHYT ME<br>there is no excuse to being a lazy, junk food swilling fat slob.<br>fat ass belly buster slobbering chaffing thighs triple chinned sweaty behind the knee diabetic onslaught you make me sick<br><br><br>
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