USA Today- A McMuffin for dinner? It might happen, as McDonald's plans to test an all-day breakfast at some locations in the San Diego area starting next month.
The company said in a statement that the test is in response to customers who have said they'd like to eat breakfast foods outside the typical morning hours that they are served.
The world's largest restaurant chain said the test will include a partial menu and feature some of McDonald's breakfast sandwiches and hash browns. The company didn't say which sandwiches would make the cut.
Nope. Not on board. Not at all. This reminds me of the legalization of powdered alcohol. Everything is better in moderation. I can't have all of life's vices at my beckon call every second of the day. Is it convenient to have to choose between sleeping in on a Sunday morning and McDonald's breakfast?No, it sucks, but it's a necessary evil. We, as a society, especially as incredibly overweight society, need the shackles of a time restraint to keep us from going right off the deep end. The novelty of McDonald's breakfast is the beauty of McDonald's breakfast. Those times you have to something to do early on a hungover Saturday or Sunday it's a treat. Eating McDonald's breakfast before 10AM on a weekend makes you productive, doing so at 3PM makes you a fat ass.
Why now Ronald? WHY NOW?!? If this was strictly a business decision it would have been done years ago. People have been fiending for McDonald's breakfast 24 hours a day for decades.You know what other products are available 24 hours a day? That's right, drugs. You know why people act like crackheads for their Mickey D's breakfast? Because it's probably nearly as addictive and equally as bad for you as crack. My yearly quota for those succulent hash browns is about 15. That's because when I happen to be out before 10AM with time on my hands I don't have the will power to say no. I need society to say no for me. I need my sausage biscuits to cease production as regularly scheduled. McGriddles in the PM should be as stigmatized as alcohol in the AM. I love McDonald's breakfast as much as the next person, but I can't have people running around sweating out hotcake syrup in the middle of the day. This country is already incapable of keeping itself alive and well, we don't need McDonald's facilitating the process anymore than they already have.