Woman stored burger for 5 years, you will be shocked after knowing result

In today’s generation, hardly anyone says they do not like to eat burgers, and most of us love to chomp down on burgers. When someone says “burger”, the first place a good burger comes to mind is ‘McDonald’s.

One woman is basically a US-based woman who had some patience, which she shows after preserving the burger and not wanting to eat that, and the outcome of that store burger was shocking for her.


In a bit of her experiment, Megan Condry found out that the burger in question looked just the same since the day she bought it.

Some four years back, in 2017, Megan Condry bought the cheeseburger from McDonald’s for lunch, but she forgot to eat that burger. After five days, when she was cleaning her car, she found that burger in the backseat of the car, and she then noticed that the burger was looking fresh even after five days and she found no smell in that burger. That incident sparked an idea, and she wanted to try it to see what happened to the burger if it had been stored for years.

After seeing the results, Megan Condry posted on Facebook and wrote about her shocking discovery. She posted two pictures of that burger. In one picture burger was looking all fresh, and another image shows the paper bag in which she stored that burger and the date were mentioned on that paper bag, November 5, 2017.

She wrote a caption in which she stated, “OMG, I found my McDonalds cheeseburger from 11/5/2017 I saved. It looks exactly the same, just hard as a rock. Crazy. So many preservatives, the patty and cheese are still there, just hard as a rock. Upset I lost the receipt I saved with it.”

Some Facebook users also fussed about the lady and commented that “take a bite of the cheeseburger” she gave them a reply that the burger was too hard to eat, and due to the comments, Megan restricted her fast food intake for the same reason.

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