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The Stoners Have Won: McDonald's Considers All-Day Breakfast

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Mon, Apr 29, 2013 at 5:35 AM

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Duuuuude. You know how you, like, totally need an Egg McMuffin at 3 p.m. on a Wednesday and it's, like, a total bummer that you can't get one? Well that might all be about to change.

In an interview on Friday with CNBC, McDonald's CEO Don Thompson said the company would "consider" serving breakfast. "We have looked at breakfast across the day," he said. "We have it in some markets around the world."

Which would mean you wouldn't have to do this anymore at McDonald's. (All bets are off at Whammyburger.)

See also:

- McDonald's to Make Yolk-Free Egg McMuffins: Or, More Ways to Combat Obesity!

- Patrón? Fresh Juice? Yup... Chipotle Introduces Premium Margaritas


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