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McDonald's burger bought in Utah in 1999 looks exactly the same as the day it was first flipped (even after it spent two years in a COAT POCKET)

 
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McDonald's burger bought in Utah in 1999 looks exactly the same as the day it was first flipped (even after it spent two years in a COAT POCKET)
If you need another reason to kick the junk food habit this should do it. A Utah man has unearthed a McDonald's hamburger he bought in 1999 - and the sandwich looks exactly the same as the day it was first flipped.

David Whipple kept the fast food meal for a month to show friends how the preservative-packed hamburger would keep its composure. But he forgot about it, finding it two years later in his coat pocket and then he decided to continue the bizarre experiment. However, even he was shocked to see that the hamburger still looks the same a whopping 14 years later.

[link to www.dailymail.co.uk]

Shit! and here was me being surprised that my loaf of bread stayed fresh for two weeks.
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Re: McDonald's burger bought in Utah in 1999 looks exactly the same as the day it was first flipped (even after it spent two years in a COAT POCKET)
No more pickle: The pickle disappearing is the only thing that has changed over the years

So> Don't eat pickles, they degrade.
For the rest, who needs canning or freeze dried anymore.

I am prepping with burgers now.
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Re: McDonald's burger bought in Utah in 1999 looks exactly the same as the day it was first flipped (even after it spent two years in a COAT POCKET)
No more pickle: The pickle disappearing is the only thing that has changed over the years

So> Don't eat pickles, they degrade.
For the rest, who needs canning or freeze dried anymore.

I am prepping with burgers now.
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Good idea! Does make me wonder though if all the preservative gets stored in the body, so our corpses will stay fresh for years. Zombie doom.
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Re: McDonald's burger bought in Utah in 1999 looks exactly the same as the day it was first flipped (even after it spent two years in a COAT POCKET)
so maybe the death of the twinkies ain't so bad afterall? tounge
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Re: McDonald's burger bought in Utah in 1999 looks exactly the same as the day it was first flipped (even after it spent two years in a COAT POCKET)
hitit

[replace 'hit' with 'eat']

Though I actually wouldn't lol. Even if it was 2 minutes old, and you paid me.

Once those things go in they never ever come out the other side again.
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Re: McDonald's burger bought in Utah in 1999 looks exactly the same as the day it was first flipped (even after it spent two years in a COAT POCKET)
or maybe this is why food's lasting longer...

Article from Popular Science in 1956: 'Preserve Your Meat and Produce with Atomic Radiation'

[link to www.popsci.com]

Small world though - it mentions we may need to preserve food in case trouble escalates in Korea.
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Re: McDonald's burger bought in Utah in 1999 looks exactly the same as the day it was first flipped (even after it spent two years in a COAT POCKET)
That made me hungry.
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I want a burger now...
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Re: McDonald's burger bought in Utah in 1999 looks exactly the same as the day it was first flipped (even after it spent two years in a COAT POCKET)
How does anyones body digest that cardboard crap is beyond me.

I just ate a burger too, and am still hungry. Always the case with that junk.
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Re: McDonald's burger bought in Utah in 1999 looks exactly the same as the day it was first flipped (even after it spent two years in a COAT POCKET)
Irradiating food? This world is doomed. As long as they still serve pizza fresh and perishable I will be happy :)
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nice
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If you need another reason to kick the junk food habit this should do it. A Utah man has unearthed a McDonald's hamburger he bought in 1999 - and the sandwich looks exactly the same as the day it was first flipped.

David Whipple kept the fast food meal for a month to show friends how the preservative-packed hamburger would keep its composure. But he forgot about it, finding it two years later in his coat pocket and then he decided to continue the bizarre experiment. However, even he was shocked to see that the hamburger still looks the same a whopping 14 years later.

[link to www.dailymail.co.uk]

Shit! and here was me being surprised that my loaf of bread stayed fresh for two weeks.
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1 word. Eeeewwww!
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Re: McDonald's burger bought in Utah in 1999 looks exactly the same as the day it was first flipped (even after it spent two years in a COAT POCKET)
If you need another reason to kick the junk food habit this should do it. A Utah man has unearthed a McDonald's hamburger he bought in 1999 - and the sandwich looks exactly the same as the day it was first flipped.

David Whipple kept the fast food meal for a month to show friends how the preservative-packed hamburger would keep its composure. But he forgot about it, finding it two years later in his coat pocket and then he decided to continue the bizarre experiment. However, even he was shocked to see that the hamburger still looks the same a whopping 14 years later.

[link to www.dailymail.co.uk]

Shit! and here was me being surprised that my loaf of bread stayed fresh for two weeks.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 38740167


McDonalds food does not rot, but rather has a half life of 69.3 years.





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