McYoga: it’s what’s for lunch.

Via elephant journal
on Dec 14, 2010
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A truly Happy Meal?

I’m lovin’ the notion of fast foodies slowin’ down and thinking about getting healthy.

Above photo by Jason Matthews.


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7 Responses to “McYoga: it’s what’s for lunch.”

  1. MissCory says:

    I bought (in a moment of weakness) some "baked" cheetos and it claimed "only 5 grams of fat, perfect with soups, salads, and afternoon yoga!" on the bag….those marketing people think they're so clever!

  2. elephantjournal says:

    Scott Robinson Oh, my.

    Alex W: they couldn't exactly show someone having a heart attack at 34.

    Adenia L i think it will take more than Vrksasana to balance your life after McD's

    Annmarie R I do not think I would be able to practice if I ate mcdonalds or any fast food. Grossssss

    Kristi G That is really insulting!

  3. Kelsilee says:

    i just threw up in my mouth a little.

  4. Heather says:

    This is an old, old campaign from McDonalds. Did they revise this or is another old rehash?

  5. elephantjournal says:

    Old rehash.

    I came across it on google. I didn't find a date, but thought it fascinating that they'd push yoga along with burgers. Sorry I'm not so up on their advertising timeline as some, Heather. ~ Waylon

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  7. Zarathustra says:

    The irony…I love it.!