I don’t know, I think McDonald’s at the White House is kind of a flex
Or maybe I’m just trash
On last night's season finale of So What Are Y'all Mad About Today?, the President served college football champions a endless feast of fast food at the White House. And, for reasons completely unknown to me, people went off but I think it's…kind of fun?
Dipping sauces were stacked on silver serving platters, there's a Big Mac pyramid, and a pile of 1,000-calorie salads towered in the center. You know, for the health-conscious! While I've personally never been a 20-year-old boy, I have been a 20-year-old trashcan of a girl who's dated 20-year-old boys and I can say with confidence that they probably loved this. I mean, picture it: you're 250 pounds of pure dude, pulling up to the White House in your AirPods to eat a Quarter-Pounder with the President to celebrate your national football championship. Hell yeah!
Buddy with the AirPods just knows this is beneath him pic.twitter.com/xpn4aOkMNW
— Jasmine (@JasmineLWatkins) January 15, 2019
Donald Trump's love affair with McDonald's is well-documented and often mocked, but I think it's the only good thing about him. Maybe it's because if I was a billionaire autocrat trashcan instead of a regular poor trashcan, I'd do the exact same thing.
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