The Uncooked McRib is McNasty

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As you may have heard, McDonald’s famous (for some reason) McRib sandwich is back! In celebration of this hallowed American holiday, a Redditor posted the following picture of a block(?) of McRib…stuff(?).

Enjoy never eating again, everybody!

16 comments
staticint
staticint

Have you never bought frozen hamburger meat at the grocery store? Looks exactly the same, though in a round shape. Not sure what the surprise is all about...

TheAntiChrist
TheAntiChrist

I'm probably one of the very few carnivores who have NEVER even TRIED to eat a "McRib". Namely because it COULD NOT EXIST without a factory and ONLY GOD knows what is in it. But the BIGGEST QUESTION IS: Who the heck eats this crap... sorry but you're dying of heart disease, pronto!

victoria123
victoria123

I don't understand the uproar over this. I have never eaten a McRib however this is exactly what I expected. McDonalds even says that it is rib meat simulated to look like it has bones i.e. some type of pork molded into shape  and frozen like every other meat item sold at McDonalds and most fast food restaurants.


MikeTroost
MikeTroost

U know where chicken nuggets come from. The chickens ass and left over parts so it's doesn't suprise me on the nasty looking food from there cause I won't eat at fast good restaurants

EricYongue
EricYongue

So ground pork (McRib) that's artificailly formed into a particular shape is disgusting, but ground chicken or beef (Hamburger or Chicken Nuggets) that's artificially formed into a particular shape is delicious. 

Yep, makes perfect sense. 

Darby
Darby

Time Magazine posted a story posted on Reddit? What happened to professional journalism? Sorry, not buying your borrowed story. 

RajonMohammed
RajonMohammed

It clearly looks like slime! There is NO WAY that ribs will ever look like that. 

AaronLucan
AaronLucan

@Darby Dont worry, nothing happened to professional journalism. If an information has a value as news, it should have to be communicated to the mass of people. Professional journalism means choosing the valuables to share.

TenThousandThunderingTyphoons
TenThousandThunderingTyphoons

@AaronLucan @Darby Professional journalism means more than that. As a professional journalist, you have to check the credibility of your sources and get the other side of the story. This post (it's not even an article!) has none of that.

Also, since this is from reddit, this story is more akin to gossip than real news. So, yeah, nothing professional about that.