Cadbury Mini Egg McFlurrys in the UK

They’ve got better cell phones than we do, better potato chips crisps, and now this?

Why is it that companies like McDonald’s think that we can’t handle delicious treats like our cousins across the pond? I can handle a sandwich with just bacon on it! Ice Cream with Flake in it? Hit me. Bring em stateside Ronald!! And quit smiling like you don’t know what I’m talkin ’bout.

4 Responses to “Cadbury Mini Egg McFlurrys in the UK”

  1. 1 troll Apr 3rd, 2006 at 8:09 pm

    You have much wisdom my friend and I’m feelin the website. I can’t get wordpress to work, or simply I’m very dense, probably both. Don’t forget the way they still fry the apple pies over there. Ah yeah. Having that oozing hot goo pour down your thumb and wrist - you can’t stop trying to eat it and the burn on the hand is worse that the scalding your tongue is taking - ah sweet bliss. believe the hype!

  2. 2 Nigad Apr 4th, 2006 at 3:29 am

    Yes, the Mini-Egg McFlurry sounds good, and a fried apple pie would be orgasmic (Someone had to say it.), and the all bacon sandwich is so obvious that the heads of McDonald’s America should be flogged for not introducing it here, but I took a look at their website and their breakfast menu lacks a key item: the Biscuit. That last sentence had 60 words and 4 different punctuation marks, take a moment to recover. All better? Good! Yeah, only bagles and muffins? The breakfast menu is not complete without those crumbly little butter pucks (which, coincidentally, was the name of my high school band). For that matter, they don’t have the McGriddle, either. It’s a sandwich that uses pancakes for bread! I like a place that lets me eat like an unsupervised 7 year old. You can keep the old world. I’ll be trying to create a McFlurry with my blender and a bag of mini eggs.

  3. 3 ShawMA Apr 4th, 2006 at 7:53 am

    I didn’t even notice the fried apple situation. Good point troll, my sworthy shadow-dwelling friend. As for the lack of biscuits, I don’t know how I missed that one. I do enjoy the English Muffins, or just, muffins crumpets to the English folks. But I don’t think I would want to live in a world (I mean country, but they thought they were the world for a while didn’t they?) without biscuit-based breakfast sandwiches. And how about biscuit sandwiches for other meals too? At Bojangles restaurants you can get a chicken, sausage or steak biscuit any hour of the day. When did it become just a breakfast meal? Have the other restaurant people done market research that proves we would have anarchy if we had such delicious foods available to us all day? People running around in the streets shouting how good their breakfast sandwich tastes? So the wise restaurant folks limit the hours they make them available to us? That’s probably why delicious things like the Mini-Egg McFlurrry are only available for a limited time.
    Maybe I should think about something else to get my mind off of all this. Like tracking down all those singles released by the Crumbly Little Butter Pucks.


    Do Americans really need more things to stuff into their already clogged arteries and viens?

    I think the answer is a resounding “no”. But I so badly want a cadburry egg flurry that I don’t give a f*@# what I think.

    (GIVE ME THE BOX!!!) - :E

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