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A woman has gone viral on TikTok after revealing what a McDonald’s cheeseburger and packet of fries bought in 2004 looks like now.
Savannah Whitehead’s mum was filmed unpacking the classic fast food meal in a video that’s been seen more than 3.4 million times.
She begins by opening up the takeaway bag and her family are immediately hit with a bad stench.
But, amazingly, the fries look as good as new – barring a slightly pale appearance.
“Oh yeah, that reeks,” Savannah exclaims behind the camera.
The mum then reveals what the cheeseburger looks like 17 years down the line.
The burger incredibly shows no signs of mould whatsoever, although the bread is rock solid.
And the cheese seems to have disintegrated over the years and now looks “like peanut butter”, as one of the youngsters says.
Thousands of people have commented on the clip after it was posted to Savannah’s TikTok, @savswhitehead.
“Just pop it in the microwave and it’s good as new,” one viewer joked.
Another commented: “Well this proves I’m a monster because now I want McDonald’s.”
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But others sought to explain why there was no mould on the food, saying: “So no one know what preservatives are?
“That’s why they don’t mould – the chemicals preserve the food.”
In a follow-up video, the mum opened up some 15-year-old chicken nuggets which, again, “look the exact same”.
And it is not the first time McDonald’s fans have purposely kept hold of the fast food meal for years only to discover it looks pretty much as good as new.
A cheeseburger made in 1995 was declared the world’s oldest back in 2019.
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