Dear McDonald’s – your ‘McGangbang’ burger is disgustingly offensive

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Hey Ronald,

a ‘gangbang’ is a slang term for a pack rape – are McDonalds honestly using the phrase to describe a burger??? I thought their food was unappetising before, a ‘McGangBang’ burger is truly disgusting. Does it come with a side of molestation, rape culture and sexual assault as well?

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22 COMMENTS

  1. Don’t blame McD’s. They never invented it or named it. Someone out there decided to slap a Macca chicken burger between two cheese burgers and call it a McGangbang. I’d called it a McHeartAttack.

  2. Beggars belief!!. Just shows their ‘don’t care’ mentality … so long as they connect with the morons that frequent these places……why MacDonalds is popular with general public..still astounds me…bloody tasteless crap!

  3. Yes ….this is more of the same Americanised glorifying the thug ghetto /gang culture and its slang street gang use of the English language.

    It didn’t take long for those shark like junk food merchants to recognise a lucrative demographic from where it extracts its lions share of profits through pedaling its fast food junk.

    That is bad enough.

    But to import such negative attributes as these into other cultures …and crassly see nothing wrong with that ….shows a cynical viciousness towards its own patronage …certainly not a concern for each cultures community values.

    And to those who see nothing wrong with this ,…picture this :

    A young 14 year old girl has been raped , and is being held overnight in hospital for observation for injury’s sustained . Her family are visiting after the trauma of having to relive events in speaking to the Police.

    In a moment of absent mindedness…..the father leans over and says ” Honey…I’m just going out to buy some dinner…what would you like…some Mcnuggets or are you up to eating a McGangbang ? ”…..

    I think you can see how crass this really is.

    And is it really respectful for women who have gone through similar ?

    This has no redeeming qualities of humour at all – nor can it be fobbed off as simply harmless street talk slang. Not in this culture.

    It is offensive.

    And I am sure there are many cultures globally who would agree . It certainly is not an advocacy for American good taste…but rather a shameful example of the seedy fallout that sections of that culture tends to produce .

    We don’t need it here.

  4. when I worked in fast food we called these special orders. my most usual request was a veggie burger. (all the salad and a piece of cheese hashbrown with special sauce) research on the internets also tells me a gangbanger in America is slang for a gangster wannabe or a prospect or a kid interested in urban culture (depending on context) you can tell the original article was from a North hemisphere story because they called it a sandwich.

    • my point was this unfortunate term has more than one dictionary definition. both are pretty unsuitable for a food item, but it’s not a secret. you just go up to the counter person and say can I have a chicken burger slapped between two cheeseburgers. the counter person will (probably) make it for you make you pay for a chicken burger and two cheeseburgers. and judge harshly your personal taste and upbringing when you leave. especially if you leave a mess over more tables than your party is seated at

      • it’s called an off menu item or a special order because they are not on the corporate sponsored menu (which only has 3-4 items per category anyway)
        When I was working for Corporate Restaurant tm if we had the ingredients and we could find a way to charge you for it (on the till) you could have it.
        the judging came free

    • That’s interesting. Just shows how meaning changes around the world. I found out you can’t say the word ‘spunky’ in polite society in the UK and for some reason in NZ they fall about laughing when I pronounce ‘router’ as rooter like the do in Britain.

  5. I was more worried about the guy who would ask me when my young coworker finished her shift.
    and the correct response to that is why are you asking me? if she wanted you to know she would tell you.
    if anyone had asked me for a gang bang burger would have been given a request to leave.
    but I did laugh at the guy who asked for a chicken burger and looked at me funny when I said which one.(I spent 4 years at a multinational brand chicken joint)

  6. It’s the oldest marketing technique in the book. As the saying goes, no publicity is bad publicity. Yet another vile antic from a revolting, callous, inhuman corporation. Lodge your protest of digust in the only way it won’t be ignored. Hit ’em in the pocket and don’t buy their products.

  7. The expression ‘gangbang’ can mean either consensual or forced sex. Either way the term is a disgusting descriptor for a hamburger. Shame on McD’s. What were they thinking?

    [Gypsy – you have email. Please respond to my query. – ScarletMod]

  8. Do people actually eat this stuff? Why would someone want to punish their body by eating this garbage? I wouldn’t even throw this to the birds it is so bad.

  9. Can you order some Roastbuster high strength RTDs ( judith collins brand ), to get the girls comatose for the gang banging ?????

    Roastbusting is not a crime in New Zealand with this government and their ‘Sabinization’ of everthing.

    McDonalds are marketing to that ……………………

  10. Disgraceful! Yet another of many reasons to continue to boycott McDonalds!

    This one is about as disrespectful and offensive as it could possibly get!

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