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Desc:Japanese Ronald McDonald takes on a horde of convenience store employees, while Jackie Chan sings
Category:Stunts, Humor
Tags:Japan, mcdonalds, kung fu, Chase Scene, Police Story
Submitted:revdrew
Date:11/23/07
Views:2590
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Comment count is 10
sheikurbouti - 2007-11-23
soro soro shi tsu re shi masu.
a flaming monkey - 2007-11-24
+5 for the high drama.


Still, I would've been happier if they all turned into giant robots at some stage.
Udderdude - 2007-11-24
Excellent.
Caminante Nocturno - 2007-11-24
This was originally a perfectly normal McDonald's ad, but someone added Jackie Chan music to it by accident. Thus, it was transformed.
j lzrd / swift idiot - 2008-05-24
"This was originally a perfectly normal McDonald's ad"

You, sir, dance the line between "perfectly normal," and "pefectly non-sensical" like a whirling dervish.

Gwago - 2007-11-24
It's about time someone made a kung fu scene with Ronald McDonald. I've been waiting for this forever!
Disaster - 2007-11-25
QUA AO SURRR!!!! FUCK YES!!!
Camonk - 2007-11-28
The Japanese hate New Zealand beef so bad!
Titanoverlor - 2008-06-08
The world is now a better place.
quantumcreep - 2008-09-19
-1 star for that weird ass camera effect and lustful look Ronald gave me in the middle.

+4 for the Hamburglar having to watch the fuck out from now on.
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