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WTF? Did McDonald’s in Japan send out tweet promoting ‘p*nis positivity?’

You might not expect to turn to McDonald’s for life lessons or positive body-image messages – but people think that the fast-food outlet provided just that via its Japanese twitter feed!

The message, above, was all about how you should love your French Fries regardless of their shape or size – leading many to think that they were actually talking about p*nis-shaming and body image!

Check out the message and see what you think:

‘The longest French fry isn’t necessarily the best French Fry. Short French Fries, curved French Fries, crispy French Fries, and soft French Fries. All of them have good points. All of them have people who love them. As long as you value your own unique flavor, we believe you’ll be able to contribute in your own way.’
What do you think?
Does the size of your French Fry matter?
Could they really be talking about body-shaming?
Or p*nises?

What do you think?

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