Grimace Shake

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Grimace looking at the deaths of people caused by his shake

The Grimace Shake is a milkshake inspired by one of McDonald's characters, Grimace. It was made as one of Grimace's birthday gifts, along with a choice of a Big Mac or 10-piece Chicken McNuggets. However, it inevitably caused several deaths due to the ingredients inside of it. Because it was so dangerous, McDonald's decided to pull it from its menu. However, because of it's popularity, it might make a comeback in the future, with the ingredients modified.

Although, let's be real, the FDA is going to sue Grimace for making a poisonous drink.

How to make the Grimace Shake[edit | edit source]

You'll need

  • Several pounds of berries
  • Purple food dye
  • Crack
  • Poison
  • Whipped cream on top
  • McDonald's leftovers
  • A Big Mac
  • 10 pieces of Chicken McNuggets
  • Any size of fries

Step 1: Combine the above ingredients in a blender.

Step 2: Pour it in a milkshake cup.

Step 3: Add some more whipped cream on top.

Step 4: This is actually optional but you can decorate it however you like. Bonus points if you add a purple silly straw and purple toppings.

Step 5: Enjoy! We're not responsible for any deaths.

Deaths[edit | edit source]

After McDonald's introduced the Grimace Shake to the world, it ended up causing millions of deaths in the US. Other countries decided to make alternatives to the Grimace Shake, in which all of them were non-lethal. This became a concerning point for McDonald's, as they had a choice whether to still sell the shake or discontinue it entirely. Eventually, they chose the latter. Although it might come back next year. Or will it?

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