Anyone who's eaten a Big Mac and promptly still felt hungry knows, sometimes, a Big Mac just isn't big enough. But now, McDonald's has reportedly come up with a brilliant solution besides just ordering another Big Mac: bigger Big Macs. Your arteries are already quaking.
Mickey D's is currently testing the larger version of its iconic cheeseburger, the Grand Mac, at some of its locations in Texas and Ohio, according to a report by Eater. As you might have guessed, the Grand Mac is just like a normal-sized Big Mac -- lettuce, cheese, pickles, onions, and special sauce -- except that it's made with a super-sized sesame seed bun and two larger, 2.7oz beef patties. And yet, for reasons beyond us, it's not just called the Bigger Mac.