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    Posted: 07 May 2016 at 11:24pm
ConfusedLOLConfused...I don't know wether to crap or go blind, after watching this...and is that some faux-ELO band in the background? You think the 'bride' is maybe going to be a high school junior, next year and she just married the quarterback, 'cause of some late-night goal post goofiness? Is 'Dad' really trying to ruin the 'Wedding Night' with indigestion, or is he simply a cheapazz? And, well, doesn't 'Dad' look like someone we've all seen in some bad 80's-90's high schooly-type movies? I swear I've seen him somewhere...
ConfusedJust out of curiosity, has ANYONE ever gone to McDonald's, right after they got married?
 
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Yet another of my "Mute Button All Stars" ... *shudder* ... it just stings the spinal cord. Pinch
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I've seen this one a thousand times, and my first thought is always something like "way to go all out for your little girl, you cheap ass bastard."
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My first thought was "when did DAD have time to go to McDonald's during his precious lil angel's wedding?"

My second thought was "Why did the idiot take the sandwiches out of the box so they could sit and get cold?"

My third thought was "Way to tell precious lil angel to get used to this kind of food, because she married a loser and she's been cut off from daddy's wallet."

My fourth thought was "I kinda want a Quarter Pounder now. f**k you, McDonald's."

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Originally posted by Darthhillbilly Darthhillbilly wrote:

My first thought was "when did DAD have time to go to McDonald's during his precious lil angel's wedding?"

 

 
Yes.  And why didn't Dad just make a few plates of actual wedding food to give to them?  Easier and quicker than going to McDonalds.  And already paid for!
 
 
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The only way this commercial would have worked is if they had cast someone from "Duck Dynasty" or "Here Comes Honey Boo Boo".
 
 
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Yes.  And why didn't Dad just make a few plates of actual wedding food to give to them?  Easier and quicker than going to McDonalds.  And already paid for!
LOLTraditionally, the bride's father is obligated to pay for the wedding. If he hooked up the happy couple with (probably fly-ridden) McBurgers, what do you think he put out for the wedding party & guests?
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Their mouths are bursting....you're supposed to swallow the garbage! Swallow!
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Originally posted by PaWolf PaWolf wrote:

Originally posted by Thor Thor wrote:

Yes.  And why didn't Dad just make a few plates of actual wedding food to give to them?  Easier and quicker than going to McDonalds.  And already paid for!
LOLTraditionally, the bride's father is obligated to pay for the wedding. If he hooked up the happy couple with (probably fly-ridden) McBurgers, what do you think he put out for the wedding party & guests?
Technically, I am only the stepfather. When the first daughter got married, the birth father did help out.
With the second daughter having wedding plans, I hope the baby daddy still has some money left.
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Also, check out how greasy that burger is... I get the runs just looking at it!
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Dad knows his daughter can't cook at all. Fast food will be a way of life. Hope she doesn't drip ketchup on that wedding dress.
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Why not give them a gift card for any of the many restaurants who offer them? I'd have scoped their route, and given them a pass for a hot meal. Even a McDonalds card would have been better than cold burgers in a car.

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I bet the daughter got her dress used at Goodwill, and all the decorations from Party City.
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Originally posted by aka ron aka ron wrote:

Originally posted by PaWolf PaWolf wrote:

Originally posted by Thor Thor wrote:

Yes.  And why didn't Dad just make a few plates of actual wedding food to give to them?  Easier and quicker than going to McDonalds.  And already paid for!
LOLTraditionally, the bride's father is obligated to pay for the wedding. If he hooked up the happy couple with (probably fly-ridden) McBurgers, what do you think he put out for the wedding party & guests?
Technically, I am only the stepfather. When the first daughter got married, the birth father did help out.
With the second daughter having wedding plans, I hope the baby daddy still has some money left.
 
Hell, I've enjoyed going to lavish weddings as much as cheap ones.  Brides, however (especially young ones), seem to want the lavish ones.  They love all that fairytale stuff, especially if someone else is paying for it.  Maybe that's why the bride's father is typically responsible for the costs.  The groom doesn't really care.  It's not really his day, anyway.
 
Maybe this harkens back to the days when landing a husband was a girl's most major accomplishment.  I guess some things don't change. 
 
 
 
 
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Originally posted by Thor Thor wrote:

Originally posted by aka ron aka ron wrote:

Originally posted by PaWolf PaWolf wrote:

Originally posted by Thor Thor wrote:

Yes.  And why didn't Dad just make a few plates of actual wedding food to give to them?  Easier and quicker than going to McDonalds.  And already paid for!
LOLTraditionally, the bride's father is obligated to pay for the wedding. If he hooked up the happy couple with (probably fly-ridden) McBurgers, what do you think he put out for the wedding party & guests?
Technically, I am only the stepfather. When the first daughter got married, the birth father did help out.
With the second daughter having wedding plans, I hope the baby daddy still has some money left.
 
Hell, I've enjoyed going to lavish weddings as much as cheap ones.  Brides, however (especially young ones), seem to want the lavish ones.  They love all that fairytale stuff, especially if someone else is paying for it.  Maybe that's why the bride's father is typically responsible for the costs.  The groom doesn't really care.  It's not really his day, anyway.
 
Maybe this harkens back to the days when landing a husband was a girl's most major accomplishment.  I guess some things don't change. 
 
  
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I love the still of the video posted above. The look on the guy's face indicates that the birger made it's way to his lower region, and the look on her face is like "Happy now, cheapskate?"
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Agreed. Dad is a cheapskate. Stupid predictable commercial.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote usmaak Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 16 May 2016 at 12:56am
Originally posted by Theoted Theoted wrote:

Agreed. Dad is a cheapskate. Stupid predictable commercial.
He couldn't even get them each an order of fries.  They've been starving all day and all they get is a measly medium fry to split between the two of them.  It could very well be that dad just started their first marital spat, fighting over who gets the fries.  Bastard.
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