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  • This way when i grab some maccas, i put my change in and i have to lift more (slightly) making up for the maccas

    Repurpose Empty Bleach Bottles As Dumbbells | Lifehacker Australia

  • Again what maccas does, mum or dad now have a healthier option to buy and will go there with the kids again and kids get normal crap food and parents might get healthier option.

    KFC Pushes Grilled Chicken As “Healthy” Choice | Lifehacker Australia

  • This way when i grab some maccas, i put my change in and i have to lift more slightly making up for the maccas

    Repurpose Empty Bleach Bottles As Dumbbells | Lifehacker Australia

  • Took them out the eat on good restaurants and cafes and then, finally, one day at the end of a long, hot, trying road trip, we pulled into the worst maccas in Canberra and let them have a nasty, dry, tasteless cheeseburger.

    Cheeseburger Gothic » A day in Ipswich

  • August 21, 2009 at 1:25 PM bahaha, I learned to do this at maccas, I now show off to my niece

    Crack An Egg With One Hand | Lifehacker Australia

  • Scatter the maccas and a cup of cherry tomatoes over the top.

    What I cooked last night.

  • Hi ed, I can't disagree about maccas fries being better than oven chips and I want to go on the record as saying I do like their fries, but my vote goes to homemade as the best.

    At My Table

  • I think I can understand the thing behind the maccas chip love - when they've been pulled STRAIGHT out of the fryer and they're golden, steaming hot and crunchy they are pretty tasty...but as soon as they cool then they do lose all taste and resemble soggy cardboard.

    At My Table

  • I reckon maccas chips are a triumph of the food technologists and that we apparently like them so much is a triumph of marketing.

    At My Table

  • Then I went to maccas to get some apple juice for Beth and decided to see if they'd make me a sunday with strawberry topping on top and chocolate at the bottom ... and they did!

    cbrimble Diary Entry

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