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It can be lots of fun to speculate about what the future could hold, and Reddit users had a blast trying to decide what would be in an "Angry Meal" from McDonalds.

Would it just be super spicy food, toys designed to infuriate their user (or their parents), or something else entirely?


Reddit user u/noodle nugget asked:

"McDonald's discontinues the Happy Meal and intruduces the Angry Meal. What kind of food and toys are in it?"

10.

Coupons for the ice cream machine that never works.

-ZombieImp

And when it does, it only serves our new flavor... BLACK LIQUORICE!!!

-noodlenugget

9.

A McDonalds job application

Salad (just lettuce)

-ami2weird4u

And it's that nasty, limp, brown lettuce they try to sneak into the center of your McChicken that you check for every time but will always be there the moment you neglect to check the next time.

-BrobdingianMember

8.

They're exactly the same. It's just the toys now all make noise and can't be turned off.

-MadcapRecap

7.

Just little real life characters

"Shit boss"

"Crazy road rage commuters"

"Angry ex wife"

"Overbearing mother in law"

"Policitican"

-Chops2917

6.

The cashier just leans out the drive through window and punches your toddler in the face. Then says "enjoy your knuckle sandwich".

The "toy" is just one of those amusement park photos of your kid getting smoked

-DarkoEnterprises

5.

Hospital bills, parking tickets, -10 french fries, dial-up internet.

-FrankieandJimmy

4.

Nothing, just absolutely nothing. That's why you're angry. That's why your dad's angry. That's why Karen is angry. You were given a meal box and there was one oil-drenched fry inside. Have fun, angry child.

-despacito-sanders

3.

Ketchup packets that don't open without scissors

-Duck-Yo-Couch

2.

The same toys, just with angry eyebrows put on them with a black marker. Then some of the kids (or parents) will get mad because they're that cheap.

-illumecati

1.

A packet of legos designed so that when you open it they sort of explode everywhere and fall all over the floor. Also the legos are an assortment of colors designed to blend in with most common types of floor and carpet, making them hard to spot once dropped.

-Notmiefault

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