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McDonald’s Continues Ad Campaign Where Canadians Ask Unusual Questions… And Has A Frequently Asked Questions Page About Asking Questions

By Nottheworstnews @NotTheWorstNews

We recently reported that McDonald’s Canada has launched an ad campaign where they allow Canadians to use Twitter or Facebook to ask the company questions about McDonald’s on a web site.

McDonald’s Continues Ad Campaign Where Canadians Ask Unusual Questions… And Has A Frequently Asked Questions Page About Asking Questions

To say they blanketed the heavily traveled Yonge & Bloor subway station in Toronto with these ads would be an understatement.

In fact, McDonald’s now has a “Frequently Asked Questions” page about asking questions!

It answers questions like:

  • “Why is McDonald’s Canada taking questions about its food?”
  • “Why was my question rejected?”
  • “How does this Q&A Work?” (Spoiler alert: 1. Ask a Question; 2. Receive Notification; 3. Get Your Answer.)

3 Worse Questions People Can Ask On A “Frequently Asked Questions” Page About Asking Questions

1. “What is a question?”

2. “You just suggested I was being ironic by asking ‘What Is A Question?’ What does ‘ironic’ mean?”

McDonald’s Continues Ad Campaign Where Canadians Ask Unusual Questions… And Has A Frequently Asked Questions Page About Asking Questions

Oh dear, is it really someone’s job to answer these? And yes, McDonald’s that is our question!

3. “How many times do I have to ask you a question before it becomes ‘frequently’ asked? Is three-thousand a good rule of thumb? Please ensure that someone answers all 3,000 identical questions I submitted via Twitter.”


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