I love McDonald's, but I've really been trying to stay away from it too much. Today I figured I'd walk the quarter mile to McDonald's and get a meal. That way I'd make up for at least 1 or 2 of the calories I was going to stuff into my body. When I was about to leave for lunch, it was pretty cold so I decided I wasn't going to walk and I wasn't going to McDonald's if I wasn't going to walk. Instead, I was going to drive to Salad Gallery because I haven't had their grilled chicken wrap in a while. I left the parking lot and just as I passed the next road where McDonald's is, the song on the radio changed and started playing the The Lovin' Spoonful's Do You Believe in Magic. Well, as many of you know, this song was used in McDonald's advertising in the early 90s. As far as I was concern this was a sign from God (Assuming God exists and can't get fat or anything because He's perfect, we all know all he would eat is McDonald's). I quickly made a U-turn and ordered a double quarter pounder meal. While eating, I started to think that if McDonald's didn't use that song in their advertisement some 10+ years ago, then they'd have 1 less customer on this specific day. Isn't this advertising at its best?