“I just went to a MACDONALD’S and there was no MCFISH on the menu. When the hell did that happen? Is it permanently banned? Or is just my ‘local’ MACDONALD’S. I demanded to see the ‘manager’ but they accused me of being a ‘MALE KAREN’ so i walked out,” Kelly tweeted.
On the surface, there are some technical problems with Kelly’s tweet and a simple explanation as to why Kelly couldn’t order a fish sandwich.
For starters, it’s spelled McDonald’s, not MACDONALDS.
Perhaps Kelly should have either picked something off the breakfast menu or waited a few minutes until the fast food joint offers lunch.
The comical tweet sent out by Kelly was quickly mocked on Twitter:
The Newsmax host has a history of tweeting about “MACDONALDS” over the past week. To wit:
According to McDonald’s website, they are still selling their “Filet-O-Fish,” which features: “fish sourced from sustainably managed fisheries, topped with melty American cheese and creamy McDonald’s tartar sauce, and served on a soft, steamed bun.”
Sounds nice, if you can get it.
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