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Fat People and the Fast Food Companies




Today, if you don't like something, the only thing you can do is sue the other person that angered you. And this is extremely true when it comes to the fast food companies. Parents always get angry when the fast food companies advertise toys and other fun stuff to kids, because they don't want their kids to always want to go to an unhealthy restaurant. This even happens with grown people! A person who worked at McDonalds sued the place he worked for because he felt that he needed to "sample" the food he sold. It's like today, people don't want to be held responsible for the things that they have done that turned out bad, and blame others so the other guys look bad. People need to understand that 1: You don't need to go there! Parents need to learn to teach their kids they can't always eat at McDonald's, and grown ups need to tell themselves they can eat somewhere else! And 2: It's not McDonald's problem that you decided to go there. If you are going to blame anyone for you gaining weight, McDonald's didn't tell you to eat the food. You did. If you would like to comment on this, you can tweet your response or leave a comment below if you are signed into Google.


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