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Should the Oxford English Dictionary keep the definition as it is?
Personally I don't give a McFcuk.
Which sill burger thought this one up. Must have been someone in their salad days!!
Well they would say that because
So that's half the management who were useless and otherwise unemployable burger flippers when they left school. Figures!
I used to teach the First Aid at Work course to McDonalds staff, not very easy when most of the students could only say the McDonalds menu in fluent English, it was emotional I can tell you!
Leave off my second career!!!
What? First Aid instructor or burger flipper!
I don't think I'm qualified to be a first aider. Burger flipping for me.
McDonalds also say their 'food' is highly nutritious and not at all laden with fat, salt, sugar and artificial additives. 'Challenging' only if the employee is 'challenged' to begin with.
'No I don't want a fcuking apple pie with it'
Leave it as is....
If the cap fits, wear it!
McJobs could be deemed offensive to employees of a certain Burger Chain..
May I suggest using the term Spac Jobs instead to prevent offense to the overly sensitive?
What else are all the graduates in Media Studies going to do when they leave University ??
Create Adverts for "Injury/ Slave Lawyers for you?"
McDonalds will be gone within 20 years. Good riddance.
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