I don't remember forgetting about these. Were they amazing? Not really. But seeing them instantly brings us back to our childhoods. They should bring them back, if for any other reason because they're much less disgusting than the fries.
McDonald's for a short time had a partnership with Warner Bros. Warner Bros. owned the rights to Looney Tunes and DC comics. They decided, why not combine them? It resulted in these amazing toys with snap on costumes. Your parents probably have one in their house somewhere still.
McDonald's was the place to be as a kid, as they had toys from Warner Bros. and Disney. Like these Disney toys that came in fake VHS boxes. They honestly weren't that great, but were much better than some other toys we had.
Did you have an older brother or sister growing up? Then you likely were chased around the house while they brandished one of these things. No, the "bite" didn't hurt, but the fear of them was all too real.
If you love Halloween and fried fowl, these were the greatest toys ever. They were also a bit too real, if you think about it. If they actually are living creatures, you've made countless numbers of ghost nuggets with all the six, 10 and 20 pieces you've consumed in your life.
Of all the Halloween traditions we could do away with, why did they do away with these? As a kid, this is how you knew it was time for All Hallow's Eve. Then you got to keep your school supplies in them for months after. RIP you preposterous pails.
What beloved childhood cartoon character hasn't passed through McDonald's? They don't even serve lasagna, yet Garfield was happy to lend his likeness to these collector mugs. These are still floating around in houses everywhere to this day.
I'm... not actually sure what this is. It's a cop hamburger with a jail for a mouth? Does the burger eat you? What is this supposed to mean? As a kid, it was whimsical and fun, but as an adult, it's unsettling af.
Oh man, some of these items are things I didn't realize my brain still had on some deeply repressed file. The '80s and '90s were all about transformations. By the way, does that item on the right look familiar? It should...
Because everything used to come in styrofoam containers back in the day. Sure, it was terrible for the environment and we're better off being rid of them in such high quantities. But... don't you still kinda miss them?
Another child item that's creepy as an adult. The fact they're facing each other makes it worse. It's as if they're maintaining eye contact with each other for moral support, to get through the days of dirty diapers rubbing into their scalps.
This looks like R2-D2 and Darth Vader had a corporate baby. And that baby houses several N64 games. They're rare, but you can still find some of these to this day. Free video games at restaurants needs to be a law.
Lastly, we had the clown himself. His rigid, stiff body and frozen smile and stare should have been off-putting, but we were excited to nuzzle up to him. Mostly, to pose inappropriately and get some sweet pics...on a disposable camera.