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McDonald’s To Add Chicken Wings To Menu

Next month, coinciding with the start of football season, McDonald’s will begin a nationwide rollout of its new Mighty Wings, breaded bone-in chicken wings flavored with cayenne and chili pepper, which will be available through November. What do you think?

  • “I’m going to need to see a commercial where a guy saves a party with chicken wings before I commit to anything.”

    Rick Pickett
    Handkerchief Cutter
  • “It’s about time we had some food to eat while watching football.”

    Titus Leake
    Driving Instructor
  • “Wouldn’t it be easier if they just dumped chicken bones directly onto our city streets?”

    Stacy Bassler
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