McDonald's Flips Golden Arches for International Women's Day. They Look like Bewbs.
Okay, note the byline. A woman be pecking out this post. This gives me carte blanche to mock the saggy sacks off McDonald's turning its logo upside down as a Happy Meal for ladies:
A McDonald’s in Lynwood, California, which is owned and operated by a woman, first flipped its ‘M’ at the sign in front of the restaurant to celebrate women everywhere, the company said in a statement. By Thursday, all of McDonald’s social media profiles, including Instagram, Twitter and Facebook, were displaying an upside-down logo.
The move was intended to honor “the extraordinary accomplishments of women everywhere and especially in our restaurants,” Wendy Lewis, the company’s global chief diversity officer, said in a statement on Tuesday.
So they flipped the logo to look like saggy ta-tas. Swing low, swing sweet, you formerly noble beauties. Now nothing more than used udders oppressed by the patriarchy of Burger Flips its Tits.
Yeah, I get McDonalds wanted the W for "WOMYNS!" but all I see are mammaries passed their prime. A set of breasticles unloved by an alcoholic hippy who never bothered with dumbbell flyes. Her milkshakes brought all the boys to the yard. Damn right they're better than yours. She could teach you, but she'd have to charge... you a whiskey. A coughing fit is all that shakes those flappy jugs. La la, la la la, warm it up. Lala-lalala, the boys are puking.
At worst, the flipped Moo looks like butt cheeks. Of a grouchy old man shuffling to his walker. Making his way to the potty. To start the slow descent toward a throne we all sit upon after making our morning libations to the gods of caffeine.
McDonald's turning a logo upside down for women. Incidentally, who climbed up all those poles to flip that mama? Was it a posse of chicas getting their girl power on with a drill? Or perhaps some patriarchal rep with a ladder? Asking for a friend.
International Women's Day is perfect for ladies who think a W instead of an M is all takes. For the rest of us, we'll just carry on living our lives without being patronized to by an appropriated logo. Thanks though.