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Topic # 101569 4-May-2012 08:51
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So I've been working through the night on a gazillion page tender and have decided to go and wake myself up with some complex carbs. 
Its been so long since I had my last fix of McD hotcakes that I can't remember just how bad I probably felt after eating them.  And I've never had BK pancakes before.

Soooo,... what say you?

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  Reply # 619289 4-May-2012 09:19
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McD's all the way! You've earned it :D

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  Reply # 619306 4-May-2012 09:28
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McD's Hotcakes are awesome

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 619310 4-May-2012 09:33
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I've never tried BK's - but who needs to when McD's ones are sooooo good!!!!!!!! Am tempted to go get some now! (But I'm being good so I won't)

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  Reply # 619324 4-May-2012 09:50
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keewee01:  Am tempted to go get some now!


Me too Tongue Out

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  Reply # 619326 4-May-2012 09:53
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Yes this was excellent advertising as all I can think about now is hotcakes.

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  Reply # 619334 4-May-2012 10:08
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Boycott fast food. Make your own. If you are in a hurry I guess you could buy a pack from the supermarket, microwave it for a minute and it comes out the same as the McD's rubber hotcakes :-)



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  Reply # 619344 4-May-2012 10:19
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mattRSK: Yes this was excellent advertising as all I can think about now is hotcakes.


Yeah - me too!!

Brilliant low key viral marketing!!!

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  Reply # 619368 4-May-2012 10:43
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Jaxson:
keewee01:  Am tempted to go get some now!


Me too Tongue Out


Just downed some.  I can confirm you all do want them!

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  Reply # 619377 4-May-2012 10:55
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BK's ones I found were quite dry and horrible, MCD's all the way!




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  Reply # 619394 4-May-2012 11:07
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on a related note I have now moved back to the bacon and egg mcmuffin from the Benedict Bagel.

Bagels had too much of a cardboard consistency and they are usually overzealous with the sauce.

bacon and egg mcmuffin is just the right mix of salty and greasy.

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  Reply # 619407 4-May-2012 11:38
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McDonalds - 3 Pancakes, with Whipped Butter and Warmed Syrup + drink in a combo

Burger King - 4 thicker Pancakes, no butter and syrup may be cold + drink and hash brown bites in combo and cheaper.



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  Reply # 619452 4-May-2012 12:59
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Maccas all the way.

I'm also a big fan of their hot chocolate.




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  Reply # 619618 4-May-2012 15:42
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I have some breakfast burrito thing at BK, it was microwaved and horrible never again BK breakfast.

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  Reply # 619814 4-May-2012 21:00
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Yeah BK breakfast is pretty crap. In my distant past I had to work the opening shift there and the eggs are basically frozen squares that you have to microwave. The Hash bites that come in the wrap are usually pretty rubbery as they sit there for up to half an hour too. 




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