So the big question obviously here is: what would you prefer to see? Disgustingly moldy and decaying after 30 days or pretty much still in eating condition? I guess the right answer is somewhere in the middle: you'd like to see some mold to know that it's made of actual ingredients, but you'd rather it not be deteriorating in to ash and dust in a month's time. So, establishing that, here's what we learned:
- Burger King sells dust burgers. No other explanation for it. That thing, meat and bun and cheese and all, is literally turning in to paper machete and biodegrading. Good business, though. Gotta be a pretty low overhead if your meat is paper.
- Carl's Jr. still looks really good to me. I've never had it before, it's not in NYC as far as I know, but I've been intrigued ever since they ate it in This Is The End. This video just made that craving even more intense. That seemed like a reasonable amount of mold, and the girth of that thing... I mean that's bang for your buck.
- Jack In The Box... still a company.
- McDonald's is officially in the "fallout shelter food" category. That thing was still totally fine to eat, right? So I think we can confirm what we've always known: if a nuclear war ever happens and we're all forced in to underground bunkers, we'll all be cool because we'll have a plethora of Big Macs and Quarter Pounders (w/ cheese) to keep our nutrition levels sufficient for survival.
Final word on this though is... Who fucking cares? Thanks for making an interesting video, I guess, but was the point of this to steer me away from eating fast food burgers? Hey buddy, it's not like I needed to see this to know that I wasn't putting farm fresh ingredients in my body when I order a #1 with a sprite and a 4 piece chicken nugget. I don't go to these places for that. I go there for pure artificial deliciousness. Sure, I may feel like death for the next week and hate myself when I go to run (HA... I don't run), but like, have you tried a burger animal style? Seriously, have you? Yeah, so you know then. So like I said, cool video, but take your preaching up the road while I finish this dust Whopper in peace.