Eating food is cool, but wearing food is, apparently, even cooler. Now, there is finally a way to show love for a McDonald’s Big Mac without consuming the 530 calories and 27 grams of fat. First opened exclusively to Sweden on Tuesday, The Big Mac Shop, is now available to English speaking folks alike in the U.S., Canada and Australia for food merchandise consumption. The online store includes a full line of lifestyle items to make sure the burgers can be a part of every aspect of daily life.
Put on the Big Mac Thermal during the next family ski trip, for a quick jog through the park or at the next studio yoga session for the ultimate workout motivation. At $46 for a matching top and bottom thermal set, there is no reason not to be covered in burgers from head to toe. For you burger lovers who wake up in the middle of the night chewing on your pillow after a delicious Big Mac dream, the Big Mac Bed Linen, complete with a duvet cover and a pillow case, is a real dream come true. And for just $37, snuggle up in a bed of Big Macs for a slumber party with your favorite burger.
If going to sleep thinking about Big Macs isn’t enough, then waking up to a room covered with the Big Mac Wallpaper on all four sides is sure to get you through the day. Create a little burger room heaven for $45. Products that are currently unavailable, but that are coming soon include a Big Mac Dog Coat, Raincoat and Wellington Boots.
On Tuesday March 24, McDonald’s had a one day marketing stunt called #imlovinit24 where they gave away 24 different kinds of gifts in 24 different cities over a 24 hour period. For America, anyone lucky enough to be in Los Angeles this past Tuesday may have heard musical artist Ne-Yo perform a “Lovin’ Anthem.” Other gifts included a pop-up library in Paris, a McD’s photo booth in Tokyo and the glorious Big Mac fashion show in Stockholm, the origins of the Big Mac Shop. Items that were strutted on the runway during the fashion show in Sweden are the same items that everyone can now collect and fill their homes with.
So, thank you McDonald’s for never letting us forget who the “hamburgers of hamburgers” truly is.
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