Folks across the Internet are lovin' all the buzz surrounding the seemingly mythical McDonald's menu item, but the fast-food company says that it has no plans to bring the crustaceans to any more of its U.S. locations.
And that goes for the McSushi, too.
While the McLobster is news to Surge Desk, it looks like the seafood sandwich has been seasonally on the menu in northern Maine and the Canadian Maritimes for at least a few years.
Intrigued? Check out this commercial:
Before you pack up the van for a northbound McLobster sampling road trip, take a look at what the folks on Twitter have to say about the sandwich.
First, McDonald's crushes the dream of tasting the item:
Despite all the rumors there r no plans 2 bring #mclobster or mcsushi 2 the US menu. We r working on a new menu item called McWinning.
(Comes with tiger blood dipping sauce?)
Twitter fake Chris Rock is not interested:
What exactly is in the McLobster?
Two of every animal no matter how vile were welcomed onto the ark and all those animals are in the McLobster.
Since the McChicken is composed of 90% cartilage, I am going to assume the McLobster is heavy on exoskeleton content.
A well-placed Sponge Bob Square Pants reference if we ever saw one:
That McLobster looks like something on the Krusty Krab menu
Would you try a McLobster? In Ohio?
Why can't ohio get a #mclobster ? Just because we don't live on a coast doesn't mean we don't like lobster!
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