Discussion in 'Reality Check' started by C. Mike Hunt, Jan 1, 2015.
25 for a nickel? Not sure what they are but seems like a good time to stock up
the cat around 2:00
1:12ish mountain biker...been there.
If Grant acted like the Canadian officer in that situation and not the Aussie officer, he and I would need to have a discussion about his suitability as a cop
Not sure if this can be embedded or not.
"Came for the ass, stayed for the death"
Although the message is a good one...
Children of the 80's rejoice!!
The first McD's to serve pizza in Canada was around the corner from my parent's house.
They were also the first to try delivery -- that one didn't make it as broad as pizza.
the Mcd's pizza was good, but not so good it needs to be brought back
I was just thinking how much I missed having 3rd degree burns on the floor of my mouth.
I once had my car run into in the McDonald's parking lot while getting one of these pizzas (hit and run) - after deductible it cost me $51 a slice.
Has to be a really really bad place you are living in, at least for Pizza, if you ever plan to eat pizza - and pick McDs to do it.
It was a novelty, which is why it lasted ~2 years.
Rolling home late and wanted a quick snack was all.
When they were testing the market it was lined up out the door every night.
Apparently there are a couple McD's in the states that still sell the pizzas.
yep, read that @ canada.com
The thing I miss is actually not that tasty, but I had them a lot as a kid in Toronto - the McRib, also those tasty Shamrock minty shakes.
Used to love them shamrock shakes. I had one a few years ago and it was terrible
Do they still sell them around St Patrick's day? I only go to McDs for egg mcmuffins once in a blue moon, but would make a special trip if they do the Shamrock again.
That looks like fun
There are some steep streets in Saint John NB I would like to try that on.