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1. Ronald McDonald's signature ensemble in the very beginning of the 21st century primarily consisted of what colors?
2. Which of these did McDonald's release in February 1992 in the United States?
3. Which of these phrases was not a slogan in any McDonald's commercial?
4. Which U.S. President's favorite snack, when he was in the White House, was a Big Mac from McDonald's?
5. Fill in the blank: A 79 year-old woman was awarded with ________ in a lawsuit against McDonald's extremely hot coffee in 1992.
6. Instead of "Happy Meals", which country calls their kids' meals "Happy McSnacks"?
7. Including the perpetrator, how many people were killed in the massacre at a McDonald's on July 18, 1984?
8. How many pounds did Morgan Spurlock gain in the month that was documented in the anti-McDonald's movie "Super Size Me"?
9. In 1994, a restaurant opened and attracted 15,000 customers on opening day in what city?
10. Many of the fictional characters in McDonaldland were said to be plagiarized from the show "Sesame Street".
11. A man named George looking for a nice McMuffin like the ones in America runs up to a cashier at a McDonald's in the United Kingdom and says, "Give me a McMuffin." Moments later, why would George be irritated?
12. The last name of the creators of McDonald's (McDonald) originated from which of the following parts of the United Kingdom?
13. "No two countries that both had McDonald's had fought a war against each other since each got its McDonald's." What author shared this ridiculous and false quote with the world?
14. A university was founded in Oak Brook, Illinois at the site of a McDonald's restaurant. What is this "university's" esoteric name?
15. McDonald's held an All-American High School Basketball Game every year, but during what number boys' all-star game was the first girls' all-star game played?
16. Order these countries from earliest to latest in which a McDonald's store was opened: Sri Lanka, South Korea, Iceland, Belgium, and Panama.
17. A McDonald's in the Netherlands was famous for its giant statue of Elvis Presley in its parking lot.
18. This man was introduced to the Big Mac in April 1972, and he ate over 20,000 of them since, making a great topic for his movie, "MacDaddy". What is his name?
19. People aren't sure how Ronald McDonald was created and by whom, but which of these was not a rumor of his origin?
20. McDonald's was accused of plagiarizing a slogan off of the British magazine of comics directed toward adults, Viz. How many years before McDonald's used the similar motto did Viz use it?
21. The concept of the "McCafé", which gave a coffee shop style to McDonald's, was introduced in which country?
22. Which of these countries used "I love this." instead of as the slogan for McDonald's when "I'm lovin' it." was used in almost every nation?
23. Which game is missing from the blank? McDonald's held a big sweepstakes associated with _______, but that specific run of the sweepstakes later ended, because a large group of people took the winning units for themselves in 2001.
24. What remarkable number did the amount of burgers served at McDonald's reach in 1984?
25. The first McDonald's was created with the earnings made from a small hot dog stand.
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