Fast-food junkies are best off in Chicago, Toronto and Tokyo, where it takes a mere 12 minutes at work to afford a Big Mac.
By contrast, employees must toil for over two hours to earn enough for a burger fix in Mexico City, Jakarta and Nairobi.
It doesn’t really surprise me as the prices for a cheap, or what it used to be a cheap meal now costs about twice as much as they did about 5 years ago.
McDonald’s meals are now smaller than ever, but more expensive. I still remember a few years back when you could eat there with $3 bucks, not it takes over $7 bucks to eat there, not that I ever do so as it gives me the “Chinese food effect,” although it is more like eating a whole bar of ex-lax (@_@)…