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McDissonance

Nicolas Parker

Publisher: Sebastian Schug

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Summary

The following publication is a complete and itemized list of McDonald’s 2016 “Create Your Taste” campaign, in which individuals were given the opportunity to vote on specific burger combinations/ingredients, as well as name them accordingly.

 
Naturally, the internet completely ran the whole event into the ground.

 
Sebastian Schug Publishing © does not assume any copyrights, trademarks, and otherwise associative elements of the McDonald’s corporation, as well as any of its perceivable brands/brand names. Any names and/or likenesses are recorded for the sole purpose of humorist comedy, and informational satire.

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