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Christmas Planning

Who eat's at McDonald's on Christmas? asks Business Week as if such a notion should be so ludicrous, if not horrendous.

I am repelled by the greasy processed scent issuing from the Golden Arches but as the mother of a boy of most strict habits, I have a different view on the matter and all the more so as the beloved burrito place will be closed for the holiday and McDonald's is a generally ok alternative.



Holiday treat. Golden arches takes the edge off ravenous teenage hunger. A plan!

Kristina Chew

It's more of a raging, ravenous need for order than actual hunger, in the case of the holiday; as for many, Charlie is often still ready to eat much else afterwards --

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