People are going there to watch sport not pretend they are athletes anyway. eating mcdonalds while watching the olympics is no different from watching the football in a pub with a pint or eating the junk they sell at football stadiums. Almost all sporting events involve selling unhealthy food to the spectators.
If you want to disagree with something try disagreeing with Mcdonalds not allowing any other food outlet to sell chips (unless its with fish) so no chip butty, no chicken and chips etc, now that is a fight worth fighting for, 'we want our chip butty! '
(Original post by SummerAnthems)
What's the point in boycotting it? If people believe in finding healthier food to eat then they won't go to McDonalds anyway. McDonalds is fine, like any other food, in moderation.
Agreed, I'm a little of a health freak but I'm off to the games and may indulge in a burger
1. McDonald's is amazing and there is no way I will boycott their delicious chicken mcnuggets and fries.
2. No one forces you to eat unhealthy food. If you're fat, it's your own fault, not fast food restaurants'.