McDonald’s recently filed a trademark for their new restaurant in the metaverse that will deliver food to you in real life. The company says that their main goal is to make the metaverse version of McDonald’s as accurate as possible.
“We are paying attention to every single tiny detail,” McDonald’s CEO Chris Kempczinski smiled. “And that includes having a broken ice cream machine from the get go. It won’t work, it never worked, and we’re gonna keep it that way.”
Kempczinski says that people need to lower their expectations.
“We don’t want people to see an operating ice cream machine in the metaverse and then think there’s a snowball’s chance in hell that they’ll be having some soft serve sent their way.”
In fact, McDonald’s plans to use their broken ice cream machine as a way for people to figure out if they are trapped in a simulation.
“If you happen to see a working ice cream machine at a McDonald’s just know that you are not in the metaverse and that you are not in reality, Kempczinski warned. “You’re somewhere else and you need to somehow wake up or get the hell out!”