McDonald's tomato sauce hack beats thousands of customers – but not everyone is on board

The chips are down: McDonald's sauce hack beats thousands of customers – so would you try it?

  • An amazing revelation of the McDonald's frying box has stunned people online
  • Picture shows the frying box folded to make a ridge to place your tomato sauce
  • & # 39; Did you know that the flap on your frying box actually has a purpose? & # 39; read the tweet

Sahar Mourad for daily post Australia

An astonishing unveiling of the McDonald's frying box has stunned thousands of people online.

A picture posted on Twitter shows the frying box folded and you can place the tomato sauce on the edge.

& # 39; Did you know that the flap on your frying box actually has a purpose? & # 39; read the tweet.

A picture posted on Twitter shows the frying box folded and you can place the tomato sauce on the edge

A picture posted on Twitter shows the frying box folded and you can place the tomato sauce on the edge

The tweet was retweeted 229 times and rated 609 times, with fans commenting on the cool hack or wondering if the user had bent the box himself.

& # 39; You can bend everything and it becomes a platform … & # 39; remarked one.

& # 39; Except when it snaps back and ketchup splashes at you, & # 39; wrote an unimpressed person.

& # 39; Great. I will try. Thanks, & # 39; wrote a user.

& # 39; Lies & # 39 ;, another noticed because they shared an image of a large French fries box without the possibility to fold it and make a ridge.

I think the high end of the box is meant to enable the workers to grab the top without burning your fingers with fresh hot fries from the fryer (scolding hot oil). But of course this can also act as a dip-corner. Only my thought! & # 39; another suggested.

& # 39; What if I get small fries? Where does the ketchup go? & # 39; one user asked.

Daily Mail Australia contacted McDonald's for comment.

The tweet has been retweeted 229 times and gave birth 609 times, with fans commenting on the cool hack or wondering if the user had bent the box himself (stock)

The tweet has been retweeted 229 times and gave birth 609 times, with fans commenting on the cool hack or wondering if the user had bent the box himself (stock)

The tweet has been retweeted 229 times and gave birth 609 times, with fans commenting on the cool hack or wondering if the user had bent the box himself (stock)

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