Missouri McDonald’s goes hand in hand with nearby Dairy Queen in brutal road sign roast

Businesses in a Missouri town are twisting each other in a brutal street sign war that has since gone viral on Facebook.

A McDonald’s in Marshfield, Missouri, started the battle by simply asking, “Hey DQ! Do you want a sign war?”

The nearby Dairy Queen accepted the challenge, writing in response: ‘We would but we’re 2 busy making ice cream.’

McDonald’s replied, “It’s cute, our ice cream is self-made.”

Is that the best you can find?Facebook

So far, back and forth between strings has been fairly unremarkable, but this is where it gets… frosty.

“You mean it actually works,” Dairy Queen replied, adding, “Shocker.”

Zing!
Zing!Facebook

This likely refers to the long-standing joke (and even a recent Federal Trade Commission report) that McFlurry machines are often out of service.

“Wow, salty,” the McDonald’s replied, adding a bit of self-promotion with, “Like our world famous fries.”

Other small businesses in the area also participated in the ribs, adding their own twist to some of the barbs being swapped back and forth.

Other nearby businesses are also there.
Other nearby businesses are also there.Facebook

A local bank wrote: “Broken ice cream machine? We have a loan for that.

The road sign roasting was shared on the Marshfield Area Chamber of Commerce Facebook page. According to them, it has reached over a million people on the social media platform.

Randy Bryant, local operations manager at McDonald’s, told Ozarks First: “Marshfield is such a close community, we’re all like family here. Mario from our team had a great idea to get it all started! He said, “It’s hot, the world is throwing challenges and negativity at everyone,” so we all found a way to laugh and have fun as a community. And what could be better than an old-fashioned sign war? »

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