One in ten adults believes that their partner eating at McDonald’s without them is as bad as cheating.
A recent poll participated by 1,000 fast food fans reveal that one in twenty are craving to once again taste the greasy yet delicious taste of Mickey D’s, and would break up with their significant other should they go get their fill without them.
The poll also highlighted that one in five would choose a Big Mac after the lockdown over a pay raise.
Meanwhile, 16 percent of the participants believe that the feeling of having a meal at the world-famous burger joint is on par with the birth of their first child, while 13 percent said it is better than their wedding day.
Another 16 percent said that enjoying a McDonald’s meal after restrictions were lifted feels better than getting a promotion at work.
Additionally, nearly half of the participants said that they would choose to give up drinking than giving up a meal at McDonald’s.
Another one in ten would give up their phone instead, choosing the taste of their favorite burger than to have a selfie while enjoying their meal.
Most of the participants said that they severely missed enjoying their mornings with Sausage and Egg McMuffins, followed by family bonding time to the drive-thru and weekend stop-offs while out shopping.
Lastly, 29 percent of the participants said that they would rather skip watching sport for a year than skipping the opportunity to have another bite on a Big Mac.
As crazy as this study may seem, this shows how the thought of not having another meal at the fast food chain cause stress for some desperate customers.
McDonald’s may have only closed about 50 restaurants in the country due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the company had to shut down more than 1,270 restaurants in the UK and Ireland.