Video Explains How to Get McDonald's Big Mac For A Buck

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Now here's something that will likely not amuse McDonald's. Rafi Kam of Oh Word and blogger Dallas Penn have created what, we think, has the potential to become a fairly successful viral video. The video explains how to get a Double Cheeseburger off the Dollar Menu and, with some special "have it your way" ordering, add Big Mac sauce, large-cut onions and a seeded bun (which don't cost extra) and transform the lowly one dollar double cheeseburger into a $3.39 Big Mac. And, with the addition of some fries, the whole thing becomes what the pair call the Ghetto Big Mac.

by Steve Hall    Jul-27-06   Click to Comment   
Topic: Good, Viral   

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That was.....AWESOME! Looks disgusting, but AWESOME! Way to stick it to the man boys!

Posted by: Sean on July 27, 2006 12:21 PM

"stick it to the man"

really? who wins here...the customer? mcdonalds?

the best marketing creates a scenario wherein everyone a) wins or b) feels like they're winning.

Posted by: Corey King on July 27, 2006 12:36 PM

This is so old it's new again, and it's about time someone copied the idea and put it on the web.

Posted by: nobody on July 27, 2006 1:13 PM

It may actually please McDonald's.

It seems like most people we've sent the clip to tell us afterwards how much they want a burger.

Posted by: rafi on July 27, 2006 3:50 PM

About a year ago, Mickey Dís asked hip-hop artists to pen lyrics for the Big Mac. Donít think this is what they had in mind.

Posted by: HighJive on July 28, 2006 2:58 AM

this spot wasn't created for McD, we made it because we like eating fast food for cheap.

Posted by: Dallas on July 29, 2006 12:02 PM

I'm about to unleash another Ghetto Big Mac viral video... as soon as I rip that scene from Eddie Murphy's Delirious wherein he talks about making burgers at home, with ground meat and white bread.

Because if you're going to put that much time into one burger, you might as well be making your own.

Posted by: evil grimace on July 31, 2006 11:07 AM




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