Hoping to capitalise on an apparent “police discount”, one Maroubra man attempted to pass himself off as an officer of the law. Did it work? Well…
With McDonald’s Monopoly back to terrorise our hopes, we McCrunched the numbers to estimate the chance of you winning something decent.
Well, morning again. Hooray. Overnight, McDonald’s (sort of) entered the crypto game, LeBron James went back to school and a democratic race was interrupted by Bigfoot’s penis. Yup.
Fake News is very much like the battery we’re told not to put our tongue on. You know what happens next.
What a week it was. Conor McGregor fought an inanimate object and lost, the Commonwealth Games kicked off and LA grumbled and fell over. Standard.
With McDonald’s set to change the Happy Meal forever, it merely represents the latest step in the Empire’s push toward a more ethical business model.
One pioneering restaurant empire, the one with the clown, made the genius connection between their staff and Snapchat, and are now hiring using the app. Yes, really.
This is the end, my flabby friends, the end. With McDonald’s set to consign their Create Your Own option to history, I say boo. Boo that sir, indeed. It was the only reason why I still went.
The world has been gripped with a missile measuring contest, there’s been more trouble on Manus Island, we said goodbye to a couple of comedy greats and heard about the world’s greatest Maccas run.
Sunday. The shortest day of the week – and what a week it was – with pettiness ruling, as Sean Spicer got nasty, and Peter Dutton outdid him, before McDonald’s cooked them both.
With the announcement of McDonald’s Nutella burger, we look back at some menu items from fast food favourites that were ambitious, but rubbish.
Sweet, sweet Humpday. I’ll stop. What happened while you were asleep? Well, McDonalds benched Ronald, One Nation pushed for far-Right media in Australia, and in Norway a very rare and pointless thing occurred…
What a historic week it was. Hillary Clinton secured the nomination, the juvenile detention system was exposed and McDonald’s introduced the walk-thru window for drunks.
Kate Turner is back from her weekly dip into the shallow end of the Reddit cultural pool, bringing back life-coaching from a sloth and a ginger breaking the law.
Richard Jackson’s Long Reads looks at a prediction of the internet from 20 years ago, McDonald’s tough road to health and a school with a difference.
The McWhopper is dead. And with it, the chance of peace. We at TBS have had enough – so we’re tabling a naked plea to stop the Burger Wars.
With Tony Abbott hailing his solution to the employment problem, Jordan King-Lacroix outlines the subtler points of his genius JobShare scheme.