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McDonald’s Testing 60-Second Drive-Thru Guarantee

Select McDonald’s restaurants in South Florida are testing out a new promotion that guarantees drive-thru customers a 60-seconds-or-less wait period for food or else they’ll get a free sandwich on a future visit, which has drawn criticism from...
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Rest Of Evening Spent Declaring Asshole Not Going To Ruin Evening

SAN RAMON, CA—Following a brief and uncomfortable confrontation with an obnoxious stranger during their night out, a local group of friends spent the remainder of the evening declaring that they would not let the total asshole ruin their evening, sources confirmed Thursday. “It’s over, so let’s just pretend it never happened and enjoy the night,” said Jason Madigan, 29, sharing a sentiment that each remaining member of the party reportedly took turns restating every 10 to 15 minutes throughout the rest of the evening as they all continued to replay the incident over and over in their minds. “What happened, happened. We’re here, we’re having a good time, and that guy’s not going to change it.” Sources confirmed that when the group of friends later look back on their night out, the unpleasant incident is all that will be remembered.

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