I am vindicated -- Grimace DID used to have four arms

Several years ago, I got into a slight argument with some family members about whether McDonald's Grimace used to have four arms or not. They were sure he didn't, and I was positive he did.

Not being the kind of person to let these things go easily, I now proudly -- and somewhat smugly -- offer video proof that Grimace did, in fact, have four arms. He was also evil and stole things.



(Evil Grimace steals cups, Ronald disguises himself as a mailman.)




(Evil Grimace steals shakes and Cokes. Ronald disguises himself as a movie director.)


I feel vindicated now, after all these years.

Comments

  1. And I always thought Ronald was the creepy one. Ewwww - FOUR ARMS! Now I'm truly thankful to all those copyright lawyers who destroyed the McDonaldland creatures. Total creepsville.

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  2. Crusaders against McDs should pull out this blubbery Grimace as evidence that too many Big Macs are bad for your figure!

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  3. True about the Big Macs, but Grimace kept stealing the drinks.

    And when I think about it, the Fry Guys stole the fries, and the Hamburglar stole hamburgers. I wonder why the three never worked together to steal an entire meal. I think a combined effort on their part would have flummoxed Ronald and scored some major food points for them.

    @Flicker, there is an interesting article in Wikipedia about the history of the McDonald's commercials. They used to be 60 second mini-stories that were a little interesting (at least when I was 7).

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