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McDonald's Now Offers Weddings In Hong Kong

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McDonalds Weddings Hong Kong

So.

When we say that McDonald's offers weddings in Hong Kong, we don't mean that two people decided to get married there and the restaurant let them.

We mean that McDonald's actually offers weddings.

So weird!

It's called McDonald’s Wedding Party, and it's been available there for almost an entire year!

“By offering engagement and wedding packages to these young people, McDonald’s might be seen as trying to tap into a sense of nostalgia. It can be seen as evidence of how successfully McDonald’s has re-created itself as a local brand in Hong Kong. McDonald’s is part of the collective memories for many Hong Kong people.”

There are three locations to do it in Hong Kong, and the ceremonies can entertain up to 100 people!

The culture differences are so interesting! Especially with something the people assume is universal like McDonald's!

Would U want a dollar menu wedding??

[Image via AP Images.]

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7 comments to “McDonald's Now Offers Weddings In Hong Kong”



  1. 1

    Throwing a wedding party at McDonald's is sadder than making up a pizza-and-beer buffet in your backyard.



  2. 2

    what kind of girl would want her wedding to be held at McDonald?



  3. 3

    Do you want fries with that wedding?



  4. 4

    Heck yeah who cares!! If that's what someone wants then why not? As long as it doesn't bring harm then what is any reason why not? LOL. That would be a unique vacation…it's like vegas!



  5. 5

    WOW. More ways to kill people off with their greasy processed foods.



  6. 6

    boy-o-boy, that's really stupid



  7. 7

    Not surprised. In Asia, anything goes apparently..