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Sorry, McDonald's, but I'm pretty sure Olympic athletes don't eat at your restaurants... amirite?

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You know who Usain Bolt is? You wanna guess what he ate in China? Chicken McNuggets. That's all he ate on the day he won the 100 metres. He also had his shoelaces untied.

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Woah! I had Mcdonalds the other day and I saw that on the cup and I asked my mom why they would be a sponsor since they are world class trained athletes.

RaShEllllAs avatar RaShEllllA Yeah You Are -1Reply

I was at McDonald's the other day and saw the whole US national soccer team....

I think you meant to put restaurants in quotation marks. :/

thedoctormerlins avatar thedoctormerlin Yeah You Are -1Reply

Of course some eat there. Are you that ignorant and determine where people eat based on preconceived stereotypes?

@SnobbyDrugAddict Of course some eat there. Are you that ignorant and determine where people eat based on preconceived stereotypes?

That's what I was gonna say what you eat does not determine how fit you could be. Maybe there is an Olympic athlete who wants to challenge him or herself so all he or she eats is McDonalds.

@Christ_Jesus That's what I was gonna say what you eat does not determine how fit you could be. Maybe there is an Olympic athlete...

Athletes like that need to eat a lot of calories to fuel themselves for training, so the high calorie food from McDonalds would give them that.

@StalkingPineapple Athletes like that need to eat a lot of calories to fuel themselves for training, so the high calorie food from...

Yeah but there is a healthier way to do it, but I meant when they are competing and just taking a break from it all if they were to eat that stuff it can put them out of shape if they don't work it off sure their metabolism helps but after so long it's all up to them to work off a big Mac

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