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Non-human fathers also choose McDonald's

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Dads are all the rage in McDonald's commercials these days. First, we had the guy doing loops through the drive-through with his sleeping baby in the backseat. Now, we have a father bear who rewards his cub son with McDonald's for getting good grades. The father is frightening, destructive and all about family values—much like the fast-food titan itself. They skip the drive-through here, though. Instead, they collect their food in the most logical way for the species—by rousting campers from their car and quaffing down the grub inside. Papa even shakes the vehicle to get the last fry under the seat. Awww, what a good paw!

—Posted by David Gianatasio

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