A McDonald's and a Dairy Queen in Missouri are trading insults on their restaurant signs, and now other local businesses are joining in on the beef
McDonald'sand Dairy Queenin Marshfield, Missouri, have started a sign war with each other.
- The DQ said it was a "shocker" the McDonald's ice cream machine worked, and the McD's called the rival "salty like our world famous fries."
There's some beef between a McDonald's and a Dairy Queen in Marshfield, Missouri, and it's not just in their burgers.
It all began when the McDonald's location used its sign to say, "Hey DQ! Wanna have a sign war?"
The Dairy Queen responded, "We wld but we're 2 busy makin ice cream."
McDonald's clapped back, "That's cute. Our ice cream makes itself."
DQ took a jab at McDonald's ice cream machines, infamous for often being broken, replying, "You mean it actually works, shocker."
In turn, McDonald's followed with, "Wow, salty like our world famous fries."
DQ delivered another zinger, taking aim at the McDonald's mascot:
The store also went after McDonald's for its beef:
But the McDonald's and Dairy Queen aren't the only Marshfield businesses jokingly going after each other.
The Marshfield Area Chamber of Commerce, which is documenting the back-and-forth in a Facebook post, has been adding photos daily of new entries in the sign war from various local businesses.
Wendy's, which famously advertises that its beef is "fresh, never frozen," also called out the competition's cooking practices:
Other businesses — from a local Mexican restaurant, fruit stand, temp agency, Domino's, Sonic, and more — have all given their two cents too.
The Domino's made a cheesy joke:
Sonic, where customers receive their food in drive-ins, wrote on a sign, "My milkshake brings all the cars to the yard." The store also referenced the feuding food joints, adding, "We have ice for these burns!"
McDonald's threw some shade back, calling out Sonic's drive-in model:
Las Cazuelas, the Mexican restaurant, wrote on a neon sheet of paper in its window, "Nacho average sign. P.S. We have fried ice cream."
The people at Arvest Bank went for a pun as they grabbed the proverbial popcorn: "Just CHECKING in on the sign war."
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