- Did you know that Ronald used to have a “gang” back then?
- McDonald’s used to place ash trays on the tables because yes, they allowed people to smoke inside back then.
- McDonald’s merchandise tie-ins are collector’s items now.
McDonald’s has always been a part of our lives. As time goes by, some of us may be trying to swear off “junk food” (whether fast food should be considered junk or not is another subject for debate) while some of us still rely on good old drive-through for a quick McDonald’s fix.
But whether or not you still eat McDonald’s, we can all agree on one thing – McDonald’s has been or still is a fun place to be. If you need a reminder of this, just take a look at these pictures of old Ronald McDonald’s stores for a very heartwarming burst of nostalgia.
Did you know that Ronald used to have a “gang” back then?
Mayor McCheese, the Hamburglar, Grimace, Birdie, and The Fry Kids – the younger ones today probably have no idea who these are.
As kids, we wanted to go to McDonald’s not just for the food but for the Playland (also called PlayPlace).
We LOVED those chunky plastic toys, cheeseburger seats, and tube slides – some places even had video game areas.
Speaking of cheeseburger seats… We have never known a kid who didn’t adore these specially made benches!
Back when using disposable plastic was not so criminal, McDonald’s had these pretty dope stirrers for their hot coffee.
Most McDonald’s still sell those Happy Meals (food combos that come with a free toy) but we swear the toys back then were definitely cooler!
Back when posting photos on social media was still light years ago, kids and adults alike all loved a photo snap with Ronald sitting on a bench.
McDonald’s also used to have ash trays on the tables because yes, they allow people to smoke inside back then. These were even placed on the tables for children’s parties.
Of course, this would likely horrify most parents now.
Back when people didn’t have mobile phones to keep them occupied while waiting for their orders, they can pass the time solving puzzles.
McDonald’s merchandise tie-ins with movies have yielded super cool items that have become collector’s items now.
You want a sore reminder how cheap food was back then? A milkshake for 75 cents!
We loved our ice cream cones back then and we still love them now.
Australia Welcomes First Koala Born After The Wildfires That Destroyed Their Homes
“Ash is the first koala born at the park since the tragic Australian bushfires and is a sign of hope for the future of Australia’s native wildlife.”
- An adorable baby koala girl named Ash was recently born at Somersby's Australian Reptile Park.
- This happened over three months after the devastating wildfires in the country.
- Ash is the first joey born after the bushfire and she became the first sign of hope for Australian wildlife.
“Is That You, Pikachu?” Netizens Can’t Stop Adoring Australia’s Rare Golden Possum
People think this rescued possum looks like a real-life Pokemon!
- A concerned citizen brought a rare golden possum to the Boronia Veterinary Clinic in Melbourne, Australia.
- The cute animal's photos eventually gained viral attention on social media, with many netizens comparing it to Pikachu of popular anime series Pokemon.
- The rescued animal was about 5 months old, according to Dr. Stephen Reinsich.
Amazing Aerial Footage Shows Thousands Of Turtles Nesting
Researchers recently captured this beautiful moment on film.
- Thousands of female Green Turtles congregated on the shore of Australia's Great Barrier Reef.
- In aerial footage, the turtles were spotted going to the shore and burying their eggs for hatching.
- The green turtles are becoming endangered and are under threat due to several reasons.
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