Old McDonald's employees reveal intriguing 'inside secrets' on Reddit

One said: "I learned that if I have time to lean, I have time to clean," because it has strict hygiene standards

McDonald's is almost everyone’s favourite across the world, serves burger, wraps, fries, shakes, ice creams and more. It is also known to recruit people on a full-time and part-time basis.

What is look like to work in McDonald? When a Reddit user posted a query on the popular discussion portal titled, "Employees of McDonald's, what secrets did you discover while working there?” several ex-employees joined the thread with their own stories.

One said: "I learned that if I have time to lean, I have time to clean," because it has strict hygiene standards

Another former employee wrote: "For the one, I worked at in high school.Burgers are kept in a warming area for no more than 15 minutes then thrown out and new ones are made. You get a free meal from anything except the salads. The meal is a sandwich, medium fries and a medium drink.At the end of the night, all the cooked meat is thrown out. If you want you can use it to make burgers and take them home with you."

Another ex-employee commented "The pickles are surprisingly aerodynamic. They stick to walls and (if you have the stones) managers shirts pretty well"

The thread fills with comment from employees. It said: "not really a secret but when I'm on wrap (wrapping the food) n I get nuggets I might slip an extra 2-3 because I like the thought of someone getting hype over an extra nug or two."

Another comment reads: "The official deodorizing spray they gave us is the most pleasant thing I've ever smelled in my entire life. Even now, I wish I could smell it again."

Another employee stated: "The big mac is just a double cheeseburger with 1000 island dressing, lettuce and an extra piece of bread. If you order a double add lettuce and big mac sauce, you get the same thing with less bread and cheaper price.", wrote a user giving out a precious life hack.

A comment from former employee reads: "Worked there in high school. Found out that if you put the middle of a Mac bun in the fryer and then add soft serve and strawberry topping, it tastes just like a funnel cake. Custom creations were the best part of working there."

So these are some secrets that are busted by former and present employees and the Reddit user on popular fast food giant. Fascinated isn’t it?

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