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Mummy Made Of Fast Food Is Pretty Much What Our Mummies Will Look Like

Artist Ben Campbell made a “McMummy” out of $200 worth of McDonald’s food as a statement about how fast food is unnaturally resistant to decay, a truly disgusting fact that should rightfully give us pause about what goes into our bodies. On the other hand, if you’re anything like me, you’ve eaten so much fast food, aliens are going to find your mummy on the earth’s charred surface after the sun burns out.
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