Fancy a bite? McDonald's burger bought in Utah in 1999 looks exactly the same as the day it was fir

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posted on Apr, 23 2013 @ 12:16 PM
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Not so. Watch Morgan Spurlock's Supersize Me and see what a regular diet of fast food does to you.


No, that is what it did to Morgan Spurlock, I on the other hand do not gain any weight from a diet of takeout, fast food.




posted on Apr, 23 2013 @ 12:16 PM
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Thanks for the insight





posted on Apr, 23 2013 @ 12:22 PM
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Originally posted by rickymouse
Perfect prepper food. Five thousand years after mankind is gone, the only thing left will be a McDonalds Cheeseburger. Still edible.


Imagine... just imagine... that all those artifacts that are being discovered on Mars are in fact... wait for it...

Fossilized McDo Cheese burgers...

I knew it, YES i have found a real conspiracy... McDonalds once owned and have destroyed mars


On a more serious note though, its pretty normal that those burgers are still looking in pretty good shape after all those years considering all the preservatives they chuck into the bread, meat and sauces... just think of what thats doing to your body!

Kindest respects

Rodinus



posted on Apr, 23 2013 @ 12:27 PM
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Give us humans some of those GMO's, we'll look the same in 10 years.



posted on Apr, 23 2013 @ 12:29 PM
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give me strength . This reminds me of the guy on the news who clamed his lawn mower ran on orange juice.
Ps it did run But it wasn't the juice.
Ok Sherlock Try this at home .go to the grocery buy buns and burger meat
now make a patty ((be sure its the same thickness as the MC one. then Cook until well done (be sure to drain off all fat and juice's (again just like MC does.
now put on bun with a burger pickle ((no ketchup or mustered please) but if you must just a small dab (just like MC does .
Now stick this under a heat lamp for 20 mints and wrap in wax paper . Now go to your closet find a coat you don't use put wrapped ((HOMEMADE burger in pocket and come back in two years.
Grantee in two years it will look just the same . You don't need chemicals to preserve food you just need to know how to preserve food .
The key is TAKE OUT THE WATER, beef jerky last for years Nothing fancy just dryed out cow meat just like the MC burger > I grow up in the country we did canning and made our own sausage along with all other foods.
heck I found caned veges in the cellar that were dated 1920s and were fine ((not much tast and mushy but eatable after 60 years .



posted on Apr, 23 2013 @ 12:30 PM
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Originally posted by proob4
I have not ate Mc Donalds or any other fast food in years. I quit because everytime I ate Mc Donalds I would get a serious upset stomach and then diareah.


QFT.

Me too. But I noticed I don't get those symptoms when I eat Wendy's burgers. I think the big 3 though McDonalds, BK, and TB are way too tainted to be real.

God Bless,



posted on Apr, 23 2013 @ 12:43 PM
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I'm not impressed until they can keep my pickles from disintegrating. You never know when I might forget I had a cheeseburger in my coat pocket for a couple of years and find the tasty surprise only to be disappointed in the apparent lack of pickles. It's that kind of sloppy work and lack of quality control that is going to drive McDonald's into the ground.


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posted on Apr, 23 2013 @ 01:06 PM
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Well first off it's not 100% beef.
It's soy isn't it in their burgers?

And second. Bread is made with Yeast. Yeast is a Fungi.

How the bread didn't get moldy is mind boggling.
Mold's like dark environments. The bread should of been full of mold.



posted on Apr, 23 2013 @ 01:12 PM
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Originally posted by midnightstar
give me strength . This reminds me of the guy on the news who clamed his lawn mower ran on orange juice.
Ps it did run But it wasn't the juice.
Ok Sherlock Try this at home .go to the grocery buy buns and burger meat
now make a patty ((be sure its the same thickness as the MC one. then Cook until well done (be sure to drain off all fat and juice's (again just like MC does.
now put on bun with a burger pickle ((no ketchup or mustered please) but if you must just a small dab (just like MC does .
Now stick this under a heat lamp for 20 mints and wrap in wax paper . Now go to your closet find a coat you don't use put wrapped ((HOMEMADE burger in pocket and come back in two years.
Grantee in two years it will look just the same . You don't need chemicals to preserve food you just need to know how to preserve food .
The key is TAKE OUT THE WATER, beef jerky last for years Nothing fancy just dryed out cow meat just like the MC burger > I grow up in the country we did canning and made our own sausage along with all other foods.
heck I found caned veges in the cellar that were dated 1920s and were fine ((not much tast and mushy but eatable after 60 years .


Exactly you can find this all over the web where labs have done the same test. If you put a burger, any burger at all from anywhere in a dry enviroment it does not mold. If you put it in a wet enviroment is does. You can do it with any meat.



posted on Apr, 23 2013 @ 01:13 PM
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Originally posted by grey580
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Well first off it's not 100% beef.
It's soy isn't it in their burgers?

And second. Bread is made with Yeast. Yeast is a Fungi.

How the bread didn't get moldy is mind boggling.
Mold's like dark environments. The bread should of been full of mold.


Hi Folks,

This site below kind of tops off what is behind the McDo Burger "never getting old" myth :

The Burger Lab: Revisiting the Myth of The 12-Year Old McDonald's Burger That Just Won't Rot (Testing Results!)

aht.seriouseats.com...

Kindest respects

Rodinus



posted on Apr, 23 2013 @ 01:13 PM
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Originally posted by grey580
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I love McDonalds cheeseburgers.
I usually get two. However this is quite frightening.
There has to be a crazy amount of chemical preservatives in the food to keep it from decomposing.


If you need another reason to kick the junk food habit this should do it.

A Utah man has unearthed a McDonald's hamburger he bought in 1999 - and the sandwich looks exactly the same as the day it was first flipped.

David Whipple kept the fast food meal for a month to show friends how the preservative-packed hamburger would keep its composure.

But he forgot about it, finding it two years later in his coat pocket and then he decided to continue the bizarre experiment.

However, even he was shocked to see that the hamburger still looks the same a whopping 14 years later.







Take a good look at that folks. 2 years in a coat pocket and he kept it longer for a total of 14 years.
And the only thing that's decomposed is the pickle.
Wow. If mold and fungus won't live on the damn thing why the hell are they feeding it to us.
Truly mystery meat.


The burger had no signs of mold, fungus or even a strange odor, the show's hosts said. The only thing that had changed over the years was that the pickle had disintegrated.




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Where's the cheese on this "cheeseburger"?
How about the ketchup, mustard, and teeny weeny onion chunks?! I'm calling "BS".

A reciept is easy to forget about and find 14 yrs. later - The "cheeseburger" is an easy purchase to match them up...



posted on Apr, 23 2013 @ 01:16 PM
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Originally posted by threewisemonkeys
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Not so. Watch Morgan Spurlock's Supersize Me and see what a regular diet of fast food does to you.



Spurlock ate at McDonald's restaurants three times per day, eating every item on the chain's menu at least once. Spurlock consumed an average of 20.92 megajoules or 5,000 kcal (the equivalent of 9.26 Big Macs) per day during the experiment. As a result, the then-32-year-old Spurlock gained 24½ lbs. (11.1 kg), a 13% body mass increase, a cholesterol level of 230, and experienced mood swings, sexual dysfunction, and fat accumulation in his liver. It took Spurlock fourteen months to lose the weight gained from his experiment using a vegan diet supervised by his future wife, a chef who specializes in gourmet vegan dishes.

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Then watch Tom Naughton's "Fathead" as he takes down Morgon Spurlock.

Not saying fast food is good for you, just that "Supersize Me" is FULL of holes.



posted on Apr, 23 2013 @ 01:18 PM
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I consider fast foods as drugs,like nicotine or alcohol...I know they are not good for me,but i can not help craving for it every once in a while ...But if that 14 yrs old hamburger story is true,next time i crave for a burger,I would rather smoke crack instead,,much more fun and surly less harmful.



posted on Apr, 23 2013 @ 01:19 PM
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Not surprised there isn't mold on it. That crap isn't even food, there's nothing in McDonald's food that can be considered food, just GMO junk and paper filler.


I feel sorry for the poor saps buying into their marketing machine. McDonald's knows they're making bank off these suckers, and they're laughing all the way to the bank.



posted on Apr, 23 2013 @ 01:21 PM
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Originally posted by rickymouse
Perfect prepper food. Five thousand years after mankind is gone, the only thing left will be a McDonalds Cheeseburger. Still edible.


Try this:



posted on Apr, 23 2013 @ 04:19 PM
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It's more of what they don't do to your body. If a burger doesn't deteriorate in a month, how is it going to digest in a day. Bacteria and fungus species in the gut need to eat, if we don't feed them, they will eat us



posted on Apr, 23 2013 @ 06:23 PM
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Not trying to say this is absolutely fake, as I've seen the slow decay of these burgers ( like really, why can't we age like that ^.^) but, I feel something isn't right. Yes, the man has a time stamp to prove he bought a burger then, but that's my issue with it. Its just a time stamp, he could have easily bought another burger and let it age a short time, then boom! Look at my paper, its 14 years old guys! I promise! Lol not defending mcdonalds , no one should put that in their body, but its food for thought ;p haha.



posted on Apr, 23 2013 @ 06:35 PM
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The bread could have dried to a crisp so it looks nice and pillow spongy but it's hard as a rock. The pickle, which is supposed to be a preserved vegetable, looks like it got attacked by a slime mold. The brown thing in the middle has probably dried to a jerky-like consistency. It's probably healthier back then than the meat they sell in 2013.

It must be blessed by Mormons or something.

Who is going to eat it? What does it smell like? A gangrenous foot?

You know what, people are going all ew over it, but this looks like a miracle food for the preppers. Even dry spaghetti which is flour and water goes stale and spoils after about six years, and the bugs won't eat it after it goes bad, even though it holds its form. It turns into cadaver-like food. What you're looking at is a hamburger cadaver.

Eat them while they are fresh, get through the gross stuff in two days.



posted on Apr, 23 2013 @ 06:52 PM
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What is the difference between you and a McDonalds burger left in a closet?

>.>



posted on Apr, 23 2013 @ 06:57 PM
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I have to admit I'm one of those people who do eat a lot of fast food. But this is disgusting. How can the meat and everything in-between look like it was all those years ago? There is something in their food that is not natural. I say eat at home and make your own food. Better to prepare it yourself. Than eat questionable food at a dirty fast food restaurant.





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