today i learned – mon 9th july 2018

do you have a love of vintage things? 🤔 well, this very lovely burger could be for you 🍔

#tdil a dude recently tried to sell a 6-year old mcdonalds hamburger on ebay 🤢

yep, this is a true story … a canadian dude literally thought it was a good idea to save a mcdonalds burger and fries for six years before selling them off 🙈

dave alexander (the canadian gent in question) purchased the maccies meal as part of an experiment on 7th june 2012 … as a farmer, dave was curious whether the rumours that ‘maccies food never goes bad’ were true 🤔

as such, he purchased the meal and stuck it in a speaker cabinet in his office. the meal subsequently sat there for six entire years 😂 quite a hard one to explain to peeps, i imagine 😅

the result? the food didn’t really age 😳 (as you can see from the pictures) … which begs the rather scary question of – “what in god’s name is in a maccies meal?!” 🤓

the meal was listed on ebay canada due to dave downsizing house wise and deciding not to take his little experiment with him (fair play 🤷🏻‍♂️).

the meal was put on with a starting bid of $29.99 and had reached $150 by the next day! 😂 sadly, despite someone wanting to purchase it, the listing was taken down by ebay because it went against their food regulations 🙈

literally love this fact so much … people will buy absolutely anything off ebay 😅 have any soon to expire food in your fridge? don’t just throw it away 😏

peace 🤙🏻 #tdil


woooo another food fact! 🙌🏻 fancy reading some more fun time facts? just take a little wander over ->here<-

(all of the images from today’s post belong to dave … give him a follow on twitter please 😘)

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