Plot / Description
A young couple gets married. At their reception, they are so busy talking with guests, dancing, etc. that they miss out on their wedding reception dinner. When the newlyweds get into their limo to drive away, they find a tray with an order of fries and two Quarter Pounders with cheese waiting for them. Along with the food is a note from the bride's father that reads: "There's never time to eat at your own wedding. Love - Dad". How touching. What could be better? Not having to share one order of fries. That would be better. And how about throwing in some drinks, dad? But still, very touching.
"McDonald's: DIY Wedding"
A Quarter Pounder with cheese now seared to be thicker and juicier. Only at McDonald's.
(Lyrics) Oh how I wish you'd wear that dress
Going berry picking, so don't wear your best
And loving, loving
Let's get, let's get away in the night
Lean on me, lean on me anytime
There's never time to eat at your own wedding.
Love - Dad
The Quarter Pounder with Cheese.
Only at McDonald's.
i'm lovin' it