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Fast Food Fails


Kym Wyatt Mckenzie/YouTube/McDonald’s McLobster Commercial 2013

A seafood sandwich is probably best served at a sit-down restaurant, but it didn’t stop McDonald’s from throwing their hat in the ring. In 1993, McDonald’s tried to get fancy, releasing a relatively expensive lobster sandwich that customers were unwilling to fork up their cash to eat. Even more troubling, the McLobster had a lot more lettuce and lobster sauce than actual lobster in the bun. The McLobster didn’t stay on the menu long but still exists at McDonald’s locations in Canada.