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tlr online
28-01-08, 11:47
McDonald's has won approval to offer courses which could form part of a qualification at the standard of A-levels or advanced Diplomas. The fast-food giant, airline Flybe and Network Rail are the first firms to be approved to offer the Level 3 courses.

It means students could combine units from in-house courses with others to obtain the new Diplomas, which combine practical and theoretical learning. Prime Minister Gordon Brown said this did not mean standards would fall.

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/education/7209276.stm

Oh the irony. McDonald's branding on a food nutrition exam paper. :vlol:

DREWY
28-01-08, 11:50
Student 1 "So why did you fail?"
Student 2 "I couldn't put enough feeling and empathy into "Do you want fries with that"
:vlol:

kryptonite23
28-01-08, 11:52
/\LOL!! :vlol: :vlol:

Good to hear that,btw!! :D

Tthe Spirit
28-01-08, 11:57
My God.
This is funny.
Last yuear wer were taking nutrition course and the professor said, "if you want to be sick in everything go and eat Mc donalds."

A friend of mine studyng Biology too watched a video concerning fast food and the American Society.

Mc donalds was number one cause of obesity :p :p
a man even cut out all other foods and had a diet only on Mc Donalds.
He had cancer, swellings, and all the horrible diseases you can think of :vlol:

so now, Mc Donald wants to teach us nutrition.
Why not :p :p :p

tlr online
28-01-08, 12:00
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Super_Size_Me

Tthe Spirit
28-01-08, 12:18
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Super_Size_Me

first, thanks for clearing the mess i made.
2- I think it is worth watching. Hysterical :p :p

Shark_Blade
28-01-08, 13:55
My God.
so now, Mc Donald wants to teach us nutrition.
:vlol: No thanks.

Rexie
28-01-08, 13:56
WTF...:vlol:

PARANOIA
28-01-08, 14:01
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Super_Size_Me

I watched it. The movie's been refuted. You can lose weight off the McDonald's diet. Seriously!

Geck-o-Lizard
28-01-08, 14:04
That would only work if you stuck to their salads and avoided the salad dressings, in which case you're not really on a McDonald's diet...

rowanlim
28-01-08, 15:15
McDonald's? Education? Food? They don't sound nice together for me :p

Tomb Raider Master
28-01-08, 16:12
Saw it on one Croatian site today. WTF?

nick-xx
28-01-08, 16:51
LOL, incredible :vlol:

Cochrane
28-01-08, 17:28
It sounds ridicolous, but McDonalds is probably one of the world's largest food supply companies, so I think that they may know a thing or two about it.

PARANOIA
28-01-08, 17:31
It sounds ridicolous, but McDonalds is probably one of the world's largest food supply companies, so I think that they may know a thing or two about it.

Indeed, I'm trying to imagine a bunch of fat, 300-pound pachyderms sitting behind their desks looking at the article and guffawing, "Those peons don't know anything about nutrition!"

Camera Obscura
28-01-08, 23:02
Actually I'm reading Fast Food Nation in school right now and it covers how McDonalds attempts to monopolize the world. Branching off into clothing, products, education, and the usual advertising.