Yes, I know it's outrageous that a McDonald's "chef" said, "I don't see anything on the menu that's unhealthy."
All you're going to do is convince them to start marketing over-priced oatmeal and apple slices as "healthy alternatives." And that's the problem. The marketing.
Lemme sing you a few notes: "Ba-dup-ba-ba bah." You finish the rest. Everybody now: "I'm lovin it."
But are you? Are you really loving that frostbitten paper-thin burger, the little squirt of ketchup way over by the edge, the bagged onions bathing for who knows how many months in who knows what kind of chemicals? The too-salty fries? The poorly mixed fountain drinks?
Be honest with yourself. You're not loving it. You wish you were eating a decent meal prepared by someone trying to impress you. The good news is You can!
Just not at McDonald's.