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On June 7, 2012 a local farmer in Ontario, Canada, started the ultimate fast food experiment to test the age-old rumors that McDonald’s products don’t rot.
Now, six years later, he’s selling his experiment on eBay for $29.99.
Dave Alexander told TIME he didn’t believe the urban legend that cheeseburgers wouldn’t go bad — so he sent his daughter out to buy a McDonald’s Cheeseburger and fries. He lists the item as an “ORIGINAL, plain McDonald’s Cheeseburger and Fries MADE & PURCHASED JUNE 7, 2012.”
The article goes on to state the following:
While the burger lost all of its moisture, and the cheese turned more of a light brown color, Alexander says from four feet away you would think he bought the meal that morning, especially because the fries look almost exactly the same.
I'm selling my 6 YEAR OLD McDonald's Cheeseburger & Fries! You KNOW you want to buy them! https://t.co/299KSi8ZKV Get your own piece of undying history today!! Originally Purchased June 7, 2012 @cbcasithappens @oneredpaperclip @CTVKitchener @TheEllenShow
— Dave Alexander (@RWTFarm) July 5, 2018
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