It’ll serve McSawdust and McSand.
With special sauce.
@Kamitha, Oh, you mean McGorilla Glue?
It’s not real...
*picks up fake Big Mac*
*crushes fake McNuggets*
*stomps fake French Fries*
IT’S ALL FAKE!
@Bow To Your Senpai, Muthafvckin plastic bag, that one
So this is Trump's plan? Give Ol' Kimmy here a few McDonalds, and then just let him become obese
@GreenfireH3BO3, *more obese
@LorienNine, he was already on his way. Did you see Trump’s BFF video he made for Kim? He’s a lot thinner (though not thin) in those older photos.
I’d said from the beginning, Trump’s intentions with NK from the start was to have his name on a tower in Pyongyang, and his post meeting presser all but confirmed this.
@Berntley, posted before reading your comment. Spot on. It’s one of the less subtle things he’s done.
@CunningLinguist, And he is not known to be a man of subtlety. I’ve seen this coming for weeks, at least. I mean, ultimately, if this brings peace and prosperity to the people of NK, we can probably call it a win. With 120,000+ people being held in prison camps, and if half the stuff we hear about the way Kim runs things over there are true (it’s not like America doesn’t run its own brand of propaganda these days), then they could still probably benefit, in the short term, at least. It’s just the fact that the ultimate goal is to exploit a whole new population and capitalize on their “freedom” that turns my stomach. I don’t really wanna see capitalism win the day. And really, Kim should be held accountable for his actions, not praised as a great leader for agreeing to talk.
Actually what you’re getting is a few Trump Towers. It all became clear when he made those comments about the “beautiful beaches.” Sh1t sounded like a tourism ad.
Better hope they don’t find oil.