A lot of businesses have special Black Friday promotions. Generally they announce them properly, but McDonald’s had some trouble getting their message out…
1. Here it is, in all its glory.
Black Friday **** Need copy and link****
— McDonald's (@McDonaldsCorp) November 24, 2017
2. Obviously people noticed what happened here.
You had one job 😞🍔🍟 pic.twitter.com/fUCczWkN8j
— Lisa Hawkins (@leesamahreee) November 24, 2017
3. This would explain a lot.
someone’s not paying their marketing interns
— the great british very fake-off (@VeryFakePhil) November 24, 2017
4. It is a true work of art.
— Framed Tweets (@framedtweets) November 24, 2017
This will probably get more awareness than their originally planned tweet…
— Musa Tariq (@MusaTariq) November 24, 2017
6. So true.
Huge if true
— Ed Zitron (@edzitron) November 24, 2017
7. It just might be a genius move.
This is actually the smartest error ever. We’re all now talking about Maccas and tonnes of people will buy one today —- without any Black Friday promotion at all
Don’t fire the person who scheduled this, give them a lifetime supply of mozzarella dippers
— Matt Horwood (@matthewhorwood) November 24, 2017
8. An important question.
u ok hun?
— Claire King (@ckingwriter) November 24, 2017
9. The person who tweeted this could probably use some comfort food.
— Elle Oh Hell plus several ellipses……………. (@ElleOhHell) November 24, 2017
— Tony Posnanski (@tonyposnanski) November 24, 2017
11. ****Another caption****
— John Hipsher (@Hipsher) November 24, 2017
12. So THAT is how it’s done.
There you go, no problem at all. ask and you shall receive, one copy and link. pic.twitter.com/rh4Q5Fxka6
— retro gerry (@retro_gerry) November 24, 2017
13. IT HURTS.
Social media managers reading this tweet pic.twitter.com/38cwM4wdNR
— Matt Navarra (@MattNavarra) November 24, 2017
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