Wuxi Expats going crazy for McDonald’s Breakfast Hot Dogs

Wuxi China Expatdomites are going crazy for the new McDonald’s Breakfast Hot Dogs now available in Wuxi. Many are dancing in the street to celebrate the introduction of hot dogs, which are only 10 rmb with a small coffee, to the McDonald’s breakfast menu

Sunday morning, at the McDonald’s at the corner of Xueqian and Zhongshan Roads, ten thousand Wuxi Expats could be seen waiting in line to get the American delicacy, which, more than being food, is seen a symbol of the human aspiration for liberty. Waiting to buy the Hot Dogs, the Expats were in a jubilant mood as they formed a slowly moving and dancing conga line waiting to be served. The fortunate Wuxi Expats who had places in front of the line and were able to buy and consume their hot dogs first, could be afterwards seen performing the Prisyadaka dance arm-in-arm with those who had also finished their hot dogs.

Many Expats, when asked about their jubilation, said it was great to get hot dogs at very affordable price in Wuxi. One Expat, Duston Short, the Midget Sumo Wrestling champion of the WCE, said he hadn’t had a cheap hot dog in years. He then bought sixty, and could be seen eating them in all his classes as he taught at English Fungus Language School. Andis Kaulins, the English Teacher who is not be confused with the Andis Kaulins who is the President of the Wuxi Expat Rifle Association and the Andis Kaulins is who the President of the Wuxi China Expatdom Elite Expat Association, told the WCE Blog that he remembered there was a place serving hot dogs seven years in the WCE. "Its menu started out with western-style dogs but quickly evolved into unimaginable recipes appealing to local tastes before it finally went out of business. Since then, the Wuxi China Expatdom has been a desert when it comes to Hot Dogs. I can understand the jubiliation that long-time Wuxi Expats feel at seeing hot dogs on the McDonald’s menu!" said ET Kaulins.

Other Expats said it was wonderful to see food, symbolic of the human aspiration for freedom and liberty, being served in the Expatdom. Wuxi China Expat philosopher Henri Raulston Hume told the WCE Blog that the Hot Dogs were a "metaphysical revelation" to him and that he would order four hot dogs the next time he went to McDonalds.

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About wuxiandis

An English Teacher in Wuxi, China. Married to a local girl. Father of a boy born August 23, 2007.
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