How to be a fattie and make more money from McDonalds

Fatties are the new burger-eaters, but how do they compare to other fast food options?

The question is not really one that should be asked, as fast food is generally regarded as one of the least healthy fast food items.

Fast food, on the other hand, can be quite expensive.

According to a 2014 survey, about $10 billion is spent on fast food in the United States each year, and it can be very costly for a family of four to get enough calories to survive a week’s worth of food.

And yet, some fatties do make it to the end of their days on the same burger as their fast food counterparts, and that is a testament to their health and nutrition.

One fattier, a New York City man named Mike, has a record of having a record six McDonalds hamburgers a day for the past five years.

“I’m not ashamed to say that,” Mike told The Washington Post, “but you know what?

I’m not going to live on McDonalds.”

The Daily Beast has more on Mike’s record.

Fattier Mike’s first McDonalds was in 2012, and he was only eating one a day.

“After a while, I started to get tired of eating a burger, so I’d buy two,” Mike said.

Mike’s family also has been eating McDonalds burgers since the 1960s, and they have been eating them since the 1970s.

“We’ve always had McDonalds,” he said.

“And I have a record.

I’m pretty sure I have four.”

Mike said he began eating McDonald’s in the 1970.

“It was always McDonalds, but I just started to see McDonalds as a healthier option,” he explained.

“When I was younger, we used to have fries and chips, and you could still get fries at McDonalds if you wanted them, but now, it’s all hamburgiers.”

Fattiest Burger Mike said it took him about four to five years to hit six McDonald’s burgers a day, and in the years since, he has gone on to have a great burger-eating record of about 15 to 20 a day in order to maintain his record.

He said he’s never had a problem eating McDonald to avoid the cost of the fast food.

“As far as the food, I’m eating McDonald and fries and nothing else,” he told The Post.

“If I’m hungry, I eat a burger.”

And as a result of his fattiness, Mike’s McDonalds account has grown over the years, and now he has a second McDonalds franchise in the area.

“So I’ve got two more restaurants,” he joked.

But for the first time, Mike has a problem with his record-keeping, because he’s had to stop eating fast food after five years, due to health reasons.

“For the last couple of years, I’ve had to eat a lot of McDonalds and fast food,” he noted.

I started eating fast-food and I’m still eating fast fast food.” “

People just get used to it.

I started eating fast-food and I’m still eating fast fast food.”

Mike told the Washington Post that he will continue to eat McDonalds in the future, and plans to keep his fatter record.

“But now I’m going to take a break from McDonald’s for awhile,” he added.

“Hopefully, I’ll have a healthy record for awhile.”