PRIZE DRAWING: Because We Like Doing Something Nice For You Folks Once In A While

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I’m a bit late with this month’s prize drawing, so without further ado, here’s what you need to do:

To enter The Impulsive Buy’s $25 McDonald’s gift card prize drawing, leave a comment with THIS post. Your comment MUST INCLUDE one of the following:

1. Your favorite Happy Meal toy of all time.

2. Your favorite Chicken McNuggets sauce of all time.

3. A 200-word letter addressed to the McDonald’s Hawaii corporate offices that shows your disgust about Hawaii McDonald’s locations not offering the S’mores Pie.

4. The words, “robble robble.”

Please don’t forget to fill out the email field because I’ll be emailing the randomly selected winner for his or her mailing address. The Impulsive Buy will stop accepting entries on Friday, August 31, 2012 11:59 p.m. Hawaii Standard Time. Only one comment allowed per person, and it’s only open to U.S. residents who are at least 18 years old.

For those of you who have a Twitter account, you can get an additional entry by tweeting the following by Friday, August 31, 2012 11:59 p.m. Hawaii Standard Time:

Hey @theimpulsivebuy! ROBBLE ROBBLE! #gonnastealmesomecheeseburgers

So just copy, paste, and tweet. Only one tweet per Twitter account.

Good luck!

Fine Print: McDonald’s is not affiliated with this prize drawing. The Impulsive Buy promises your email address will not be used to send you anything about generic Canadian prescription drugs. The Impulsive Buy also promises your mailing address will not be used to send you AARP notices, even though you’re under 40 years old. Bribes will not be accepted. The Impulsive Buy will not be responsible for lost mail, damaged mail, or your decision to purchase 100 Chicken McNuggets using the gift card.

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171 thoughts to “PRIZE DRAWING: Because We Like Doing Something Nice For You Folks Once In A While”

  1. Dear Hawaii McDonalds Corporate Offices,

    Why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why no S’mores pie??

  2. Fav toy: Mac Tonight driving a car (his head was twice as tall as the car!)

    Fav sauce: BBQ, although I haven’t had a lot of the limited edition ones.

  3. How precisely can Hawaii not offer a S’mores Pie from Mackers (McDonald’s)? It’s absolutely ridiculous to consider the fact that while Hawaii has a grand number of things ranging from whole stuffed pigs with apples in their mouths, dishes called ‘Loco Moco’ which consist of white rice topped with a hamburger patty, a fried egg, and brown gravy, the Japanese Tonkatsu, Spam Sushi otherwise known as Spam Musubi, and weird ass Vegetables, Fruits, and the like such as Kahuku Sea Asparagus, Ogo, and well.. This one’s probably not a Vegetable but Coconut! What precisely is Coconut anyway?! But I digress! The fact of the matter is I’m appalled, when I head into a Mackers I’m not heading in for a particularly healthy experience, certainly nothing I’m going to be bragging to my doctor about after-wards because my arteries will likely be more bloated than a beached whale, no quite to the contrary, when I go into a Mackers I’m heading in for the sake of good ‘ole fashion disgusting gut-busting, heart-clogging, blood congealing deep fried crap and while the Pies now may true enough be baked instead of deep fried when I hear other places like Canada have something like a S’mores Pie I expect that places like a beautiful get-away and tourist trap like Hawaii should have it too! Mackers you disgust me! Get the S’mores Pie to Hawaii on the double!

    PS: robble robble

    PS;PS: (It’s over 200 words! HAH!)

  4. Robble robble, my favorite happy meal toy was Kermit the Frog from Muppet Babies on a skateboard.

  5. I’ve heard that McDonalds in Japan offered the unique toy, a miniature kendama. It’s a version of a ball and cup toy that is used to teach children patience and persistence. Robble robble!

  6. I had a set of Super Mario 3 toys from McDonald’s that were awesome! My favorite nugget sauce is honey (I think they only have it in Canada though).

  7. I honestly can’t remember a Happy Meal toy that I had. I’m sure I annoyed the ever-lovin’ begeesus out of my parents for Happy Meals, but now I have no idea why.

    I like Sweet and Sour mixed with Hot Mustard.

    I don’t know about the S’mores pie, but I know about Little Debbie S’mores and they are delicious – maybe you could just smuggle those into the Hawaiian McDonald’s location nearest you?

    Robble. Robble.

  8. My favorite Happy Meal toy was the plastic Mcnuggets that you could dress up with costumes.

  9. My favorite Mcnugget sauce is the curry sauce that’s available in Singapore’s McDonalds. They need to bring it here to the States.

  10. Beanie babies (I was going to mention some Simpsons toys, but I think those were Burger King’s, oops)

    Sweet & Sour, with Honey Mustard a distant 2nd

    Dear Sirs:
    What is this I hear about your company not making some of the yummiest menu offerings available in Our 50th State? What’s the matter, don’t you believe that Hawaii IS part of the United States? I’ll bet that’s it, you’re a bunch of Birthers trying to deny Our Current President of his legitimacy! Does this have anything to do with your heavily promoted “Sweet Tea”, you Tea Partiers? Well, let me tell you something, I’ve been to Hawaii and I’ve been to places outside the U.S. and Hawaii is more American than any of them… except maybe Ontario, Canada, but I didn’t have any need for their totally-unlike-the-U.S. adequate Health Care while there, so that doesn’t count. But you do NOT block out Hawaii like that… I mean, Carls Jr. is known to be a Right-Wing Wacko burger chain and they have a hamburger with PINEAPPLE on it… what’s more Hawaiian than that? Okay, it’s a totally crappy hamburger, but they sell it in Arizona! Now I understand why you were getting bad beef from the same substandard butchery as In-&-Out (the chain with the Bible citations on their drink cups that tell you to kill all the gays and don’t eat shellfish). What’s next? Red State Only Happy Meal toys featuring Rush Limbaugh? No, you could never do that, he’ll never fit in the little cardboard box.

    robble robble

  11. The best mcnugget sauce by far was the hot mustard I would order a 20 piece fresh out of the fryer and order a total of 7 sauces some i would pay for but man was it good.

  12. When they were popular, my dad & I would get happy meals for lunch and dinner just for the mini Beanie Babies. I believe they are all in a box at my parents house (in multiple sets) and are still worth jack sh$t!

  13. My FAVE Happy Meal toy was the plastic figure of Mufasa, when they were giving away the Lion King toys, when the movie had just come out in theatres…1992 right?

  14. My Favorite Chicken McNuggets sauce of all time…is HOT MUSTARD…no, not honey mustard….HOT MUSTARD…yummmy!!!!

  15. My favorite happy meal toys of all time was when they did the nuggets as halloween monsters, I was also a big fan of trick or treat buckets.

  16. It wasn’t so much a Happy Meal toy as it was the container itself. Back in the 80’s they had train shaped plastic happy meal containers. I loved those things.
    As for nugget sauce, yeah my fav nugget sauce is also no longer around, Just plain ol simple honey.
    robble robble

  17. Unpopular opinion- I like my Mcnuggets plain.
    That probably doesn’t count, though so…robble robble.

  18. Favorite McNuggets sauce: Sweet Chili. Hot mustard and BBQ are a close second and third, though.

    Favorite happy meal toys as a child were probably the Fraggle Rock set.

  19. Favorite Chicken McNuggets sauce of all time: hot mustard. Well, that’s only partly true: it’s actually one nugget with barbecue sauce followed by one with hot mustard sauce, followed by one with barbecue sauce followed by one with hot mustard sauce, etc. etc., ’til done . . . . Don’t know why, although I guess it’s the ultimate mix in me of the tangy and sweet of the barbecue, and the hot and spicy of the mustard.

    ;^)

  20. Robble robble! I always loved those little creepy dolls they put in there as a kid. Especially if they were Disney characters.

  21. The mini beanie babies! Or the Nickelodeon Kid’s Choice Awards tie ins from the early/mid 90s.

    I’d say a toss up for honey and buffalo sauce for the mcnuggets.

    Robble robble 😉

  22. Clearly the Batman toys released during the first run of the movie were the greatest. I also seem to remember a craze when the Beanie Babies came out.

  23. A 200-word letter addressed to the McDonald’s Hawaii corporate offices that shows your disgust about Hawaii McDonald’s locations not offering the S’mores Pie.

  24. I remember enjoying the honey as a little girl.

    The Fraggle Rock or the Muppet Babies Happy Meal Toys were always a favorite besides the Halloween buckets / McNuggets in costumes.

    Robble, Robble!

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