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Someone Finally Threw Hands In McDonald’s Because Of Their Broken Ice Cream Machine

Customers In McDonalds Attacked Employee Over Broken Ice Cream Machine Sometimes you just really want a McFlurry, mkay? Three customers in Daytona Beach, Florida ventured to McDonalds to get themselves some ice cream, but like 90% of McDonalds customers, they
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