|Caminante Nocturno |
Why is that kid dressed like a depression-era newspaper boy? That's infuriating to me, and I can't even figure out why!
I can just imagine the horrified expression on the marketing people who eventually produced this gem.
"We need to make an ad for three sauces and chopsticks? What, are you TRYING to set this up for failure?"
Nice to not have any of there more recent marketing slogans, though.
"DO NOT CONSUME AFTER: 04/18/83"
I recall this. This was back when my family of 5 bought a 20 McNugget box AND SHARED IT EQUALLY. AND WE LIKED IT THAT WAY. AND PA NEVER CAME BACK FROM THAT TORNADY.
don't feel bad. four mcnuggets is enough for any normal person
|dora's cough |
Taste the Orient at McDonald's.
Louis Farrakhan and the mom from Family Matters!
All kinds of famous people love McShanghai Nuggets!
The McChing Chang Chong McNuggett special, but for a limited time only! So solly!
All mcnugget rook arike! Hald to terr apalt!
Ha, I used to love those sauces.
Funny too... nearly every Chinese buffet I go to has chicken nuggets on it.
Hot mustard! So exotic!
|Calamity Jon |
But Chop Chop!
|pressed peanut sweepings |
Way to dress up dogmeat, McDonalds.
|The Townleybomb |
Oh jeez, I remember these things vividly. The chopsticks caused my parents a LOT of consternation.
Made by Exotic Asian Girl!
Haha Americans can't use eating utensils.
The Wendy's counter ad to this campaign was worth noting too.
It started with a closeup of a hand holding chopsticks trying to feebly grab onto a nugget as purposefully kitschy 'asian' music played. You know, those notes back in the day people used to hit to identify anything as Chinese, Japanese, Korean. etc.
Then it started playing Stars and Stripes Forever and showed you an American Wendy's hamburger draped in an American flag because America AMERICA!!!
one star for every million chicken mcnuggets this made me want to eat
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