"It's a little smaller, but the McDonald's Happy Meal New York artist Sally Davies bought six months ago looks pretty much the same as the day she brought it home. Yes, you read that right. Six months. Yum.
'I thought it would be freaky,' Davies told Consumer Ally. So onto a plate went the Happy Meal - and there it sat. She has chronicled its lack of decay - not a wisp of mold on the whole meal -- through photos. And the Happy Meal Project was born.
What started out as a bet with a friend to see how long the Happy Meal would last has turned into a fast food experiment that has people talking and cringing. Davies said she doesn't expect the meal to change much now - the fries have a wooden texture and the burger has a plastic-looking sheen. She described the hamburger bun as very dry. 'I don't think it's ever going to change,' she said. I have two dogs that don't want anything to do with it."
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