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S’poreans were kind of glad Sausage McMuffin might have been made of lizard

Posted on 07 September 2013

At least there was one identifiable type of meat.


Singaporeans from all walks of life and with varying levels of BMIs heaved a collective sigh of relief when it was revealed on Facebook a few days ago that McDonald’s Sausage McMuffin might have been made of lizard.

A photo showing something sticking out meant that there was actually some form of real meat inside.

Mai Dan Lao, a local fast-foodie, said: “My first reaction when I saw the so-called ‘lizard tail’ McMuffin was one of massive shock. I thought to myself: ‘Oh my god! McDonald’s actually uses real meat in their food?!'”

This helped to boost the appetite of other fast-foodies.

Keng De Ji, another fast-foodie, said: “I was always under the impression McDonald’s uses well-seasoned processed cardboard in their patties.”

McDonald’s, on the other hand, has always emphasised how well-prepared and tasty their food is.

For example, for hand-crafted authenticity of their McMuffins, McDonald’s gets a machine to knead the dough.

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