McDonald’s Continues Ad Campaign Where Canadians Ask Unusual Questions… And Has A Frequently Asked Questions Page About Asking Questions

We recently reported that McDonald’s Canada has launched an ad campaign where they allow Canadians to use Twitter or Facebook to ask the company questions about McDonald’s on a web site.

To say they blanketed the heavily traveled Yonge & Bloor subway station in Toronto with these ads would be an understatement.

In fact, McDonald’s now has a “Frequently Asked Questions” page about asking questions!

It answers questions like:

  • “Why is McDonald’s Canada taking questions about its food?”
  • “Why was my question rejected?”
  • “How does this Q&A Work?” (Spoiler alert: 1. Ask a Question; 2. Receive Notification; 3. Get Your Answer.)

3 Worse Questions People Can Ask On A “Frequently Asked Questions” Page About Asking Questions

1. “What is a question?”

2. “You just suggested I was being ironic by asking ‘What Is A Question?’ What does ‘ironic’ mean?”

Oh dear, is it really someone’s job to answer these? And yes, McDonald’s that is our question!

3. “How many times do I have to ask you a question before it becomes ‘frequently’ asked? Is three-thousand a good rule of thumb? Please ensure that someone answers all 3,000 identical questions I submitted via Twitter.”

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