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mega mini mac

Japan is famous around the world for its love of miniaturising just about everything it can get its hands on.

Whether it's a piano, a toilet or a prime minister, they always feel compelled to get it to a size where you can just slip it into your pocket.

But occasionally they like to take a step in the other direction.

That's right - say hello to the Mega Tamago (Mega Egg) which is now available at McDonald's outlets across the nation. It's a humongously huge egg in a bun.

The chicken used to lay the eggs for the Mega Tamago is the result of a genetic modification experiment and is also far from compact.

And it doesn't stop with the Mega Tamago. There's also the Mega Mac.

The Mega Mac is proving wildly popular among frequenters of fast food outlets, though hospitals are reporting an increase in cases of dislocated jaws.

However, to show the world Japanese scientists are not losing their touch in the miniaturisation department, McDonald's will also launch the Miniscule Mac at the start of next month.

Of course, the Miniscule Mac will hardly be enough to fill the stomachs of those hoping for a substantial meal, so they'll also be including it as part of a meal set....

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On Saturday, 19 January, 2008, Anonymous Michaels said:

Of course, to most Americans the mega mac is still considered downsizing...  

On Saturday, 19 January, 2008, Anonymous Anonymous said:

Can I get ketchup with that set?  

On Sunday, 20 January, 2008, Blogger Kemek said:

Hilarious post! I'm disgusted though that the Mega Mac is tagged as "beef heaven." But I suppose a beef heaven is better than a beef hell.  

On Monday, 21 January, 2008, Anonymous alexcase said:

I hope that plastic meal was a present and you didn't actually buy it yourself. The one that we've got (a present!) is called "Yume on American Life"...  

On Thursday, 24 January, 2008, Blogger Invader Stu said:

Can you get a mini toy with the mini happy meal?  

On Thursday, 24 January, 2008, Anonymous Anonymous said:

yeah the toy's there but it's so small you can't see it BOOM! BOOM!  

On Friday, 25 January, 2008, Blogger tornados28 said:

I am looking for the 8 oz. mega soda.

Of course I can get a 32 oz. "medium" soda at my local Carls Jr. here.  

On Sunday, 17 February, 2008, Anonymous jane said:

my god.. are you serious bought the mini set?!  

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