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that`s what got it in there in the first place. obviously it seems reasonable to them that it should be removed from the dictionary without them changing any of those things. who are they trying to fool anyway? id rather eat my own limbs and be poor than work at mcdonalds.
Maybe if they didn`t suck so much, the word wouldn`t even exist.
I really have no prestige or room for advancement. And now that minimum wage was increased, my hours were cut. What douchebags. I hate McDonald`s with a burning passion.
They`re the victims of their own catchy prefix, but they`re the once who `catchified` it by using it everywhere: Big Mac, McChicken Sandwich, Chicken McNuggets.... Own fault, really!
this reminds me of apple putting that god-foresaken lowercase "i" infront of every god damned prodouct they make. iHate the iPod
So why should they remove it then if it`s true?
McJob is slang for a low-paying, low-prestige job that requires few skills and offers very little chance of intracompany advancement. Such jobs are also known as contingent work. The term McJob comes from the name of the fast-food restaurant McDonald`s, but is used to describe any low-status job, regardless of who the employer is, where little training is required, and where workers` activities are tightly regulated by managers. Most perceived McJobs are in the service industry, particularly fast food, coffee shops, and retail sales. Working at a low paying job, especially one at a fast food restaurant, is also often referred to as flipping burgers.
And I`ve heard of the job before now. Thank you, Wikipedia!
... or is it?
I don`t done very much likes them Micky D`s.
And we all thought it was some secret ingredient.
By the way, do you know what makes their burgers so good? The use sugar in the buns, it makes you become a little more "addictive" than a normal burger.
Time to drop it already.
Mc·Job Pronunciation Key - Show Spelled Pronunciation[muhk-job] –noun an unstimulating, low-wage job with few benefits, esp. in a service industry.
thats soo weird cos i was just applying to work thre wen i came on iab and saw it bahaha