And what a juxtaposition. I can do without the arches - but love the skies. Thank you.
I do like McDonald's coffee, especially the latte made with semi-skimmed 'organic' milk (though I wonder what inorganic milk would be...), and I like that I am welcome to plug my laptop into their electricity, and I like their free wifi, and their seats are very comfortable for me and so I do quite a lot of work there, but I am very wary of the fatty salty sugary food.
...and I sampled coffee and wifi in three places today (while ladies shopped) and the McDonald's coffee was the cheapest and also the best. I am coming down from the caffeine molecule high now. I have demanded McDonald's get decaff coffee, and have been told "there is no demand for it". They clearly did not hear what I demanded :)
That top photo makes McD almost enticing...But I am still not convinced!!It is admirable that you are prepared to suffer whilst your ladies shop! :-)
My lady doesn't drive, so it'll be two hours snuggled down in Cafe Rocco for me tomorrow - newspaper, netbook, wifi, peace... Such a chore :)
Those skies are so beautiful...At one point I was addicted to a Big Mac-a-week. Then I stopped completely for health reasons. But for a few years, on my Birthday, my son would bring me to MacDonald, as a very special treat. My snobbish sisters thought it was cheap! I didn't care.After an absence of 5 years, I had a Big Mac, a month ago. And I couldn't finish it. It proves what I always said that MacDonald puts some stuff in Big Mac so people become addicted. You have to give it up completely to be cured.You're right about the coffee. It's the best.
I've never had a Big Mac, and probably never will. I thought you'd like the sky. Someone puts something in the sky so people become addicted :)
Eye for an anomaly, DQS.
A bit of a Beauty and The Beast shot perhaps, James
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