McDonalds Drive Thru Food Cart Playset only £24.45 delivered was £59.99 @ Toys R Us
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McDonalds Drive Thru Food Cart Playset only £24.45 delivered was £59.99 @ Toys R Us

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Found 16th Dec 2008
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Kids will have a ball running their very own neighborhood McDonald's complete with play food when they use the McDonald's Food Cart. This colourful restaurant cart is sure to provide endless hours of make-believe fun with realistic cooking sounds, opening drive-up window, and plenty of storage space for food and accessories.

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Original Poster

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Now that is a way to promote healthy eating to kids! lol

nice idea in theory but I can't say promoting this is a good idea for kids.

When they reach 16 they will be ready for the real thing!
hot deal!

Original Poster

i thoght this was hot as its half price as kids love mcdonalds they will love this :thumbsup:

McTraining for your first McJob.

Especially for parent's with exceptionally high expectations for their kids.

Sorry to get on my high horse, premoting kids to eat rubbish food, no thanks. Don't care if this is wrong to review, cold... because its wrong.

Going_Digital;3779804

McTraining for your first McJob.Especially for parent's with … McTraining for your first McJob.Especially for parent's with exceptionally high expectations for their kids.



lol yep know your place you prole...it's evil indoctrination, but I'm sure kids love it...

Original Poster

Adam2050;3779812

Sorry to get on my high horse, premoting kids to eat rubbish food, no … Sorry to get on my high horse, premoting kids to eat rubbish food, no thanks. Don't care if this is wrong to review, cold... because its wrong.



as some1 said they will eat all sorts of junk later in life anyway and mcdonalds is fine ones in a while

Looks very authentic to me ; so will server bugers etc at the normal 'slightly' warmer than barely warm tempreature.

Great idea if you can put them off at an early age ; but surely the best and cheaper way is just take them to the real fast food outlet...........

Dean can practice on his days off now.

sammy321;3779846

as some1 said they will eat all sorts of junk later in life anyway and … as some1 said they will eat all sorts of junk later in life anyway and mcdonalds is fine ones in a while




Sorry but my kids won't. Well not when there young at least. They can eat what they wish when there older. But I ain't going to premote stupidty.

Bet those plastic burgers taste better than the plastic burgers you get from the Real McCrap

As soon as I saw this on the page, I thought yep half price, not a bad deal, and this is not something I would want in my house but there will be comment and moralising about what we should and should not be encouraging our kids to eat.

I have banged on about this before, but I thought this was a "deals" website/forum, not necessarily about personal standards and "you shouldn't be promoting this". I am not an apologist for Mcdonald's and in fact haven't been in one of their "restaurants" for ages, but should we be shooting someone down in flames, because they happen to find a deal, the morals of which we don't agree with?? Or have I got the point of this site all wrong? Just a thought.....

I think its Eskimo time

hfc_619;3780151

Exactly. Unfortunately, much like the rest of the internet, certain … Exactly. Unfortunately, much like the rest of the internet, certain people on HUKD always think they are right and feel the need to enforce their "morals" on others. They forget this place is for finding things cheaper than they can be had elsewhere.



Sorry aint going to premote stuff like this. How am I personally pushing my morals by saying no to heating something up. You can still buy the item, just not going to be a deal on something thats not a deal based on its content, if this was a kiddy kitchen without the mcdonalds pasted on it it would be thumbs up.:thumbsup:

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deanos;3780456



His right arm looks like a dolls, sure that aint fake?

I just wonder if this EVER sold for full RRP in the first place!

hfc_619;3780497

Voting cold (or not voting hot) potentially prevents other people from … Voting cold (or not voting hot) potentially prevents other people from enjoying the offer by making it less visible.People are voting cold for moral reasons rather than value considerations. How is that hard to understand? :thinking:




If they cant use the system properly yes. But yes you are right, but lets face it this isnt a deal its a tragedy. £24 for better tasting food then is served...

Happy Christmas all :gift::santa::stocking:

For kids to appreciate this as a gift they'd have know what McDonalds is and the type of food they serve. My wee lass will only ever venture into a McD's as and when she decides to as we will only ever promote healthy eating as far as she's concerned. That's not saying I, personally, don't fancy McD's brekkie every once in a while.

On that note I'm voting cold.

Hahaha this is hilarious.WORST CHRISTMAS PRESENT EVER!! Wouldn't dare let any kids I know play with it, but thanks for giving me a laugh!

Original Poster

pure i d i o t s on this site thats all i could say :x

afroylnt;3779897

Looks very authentic to me ; so will server bugers etc at the normal … Looks very authentic to me ; so will server bugers etc at the normal 'slightly' warmer than barely warm tempreature.



LOL yep how does it always manage to be not quite cold and always disappointing....

I was looking for some toys tonight in our local toys r us and nearly choked with shock when I came across this! Lets just say there was plenty of stock left in the store.
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