‘McDonald’s is like a pet’ in the zoo documentary

ESPN Cricket reporter Nathan Bugg was given a ride by the McDonald’s animal exhibit in Los Angeles when he was a kid.

“When I was little, I used to go to the zoo with my parents and I was always really, really fascinated by animals,” Bugg told ESPNcricinfo.

“I think McDonald’s is the closest thing that I’ve had to a pet in my life, because it’s so much more than just a pet.”

McDonalds is like an animal in a zoo, in a sense, in that it is a little bit of a pet store, and they’re just as concerned about your welfare as you are.

“You see them on the street, you see them at the zoo, you’re in awe of them, you know what I mean?”

It’s an emotional journey that Bugg, a fan of the fast-food chain, took on with his friend, former Australian captain Steve Smith.

“The only thing that’s changed is that I don’t have to look at the food anymore.

I can look at it on my phone, I can see it on the screen, I’m in the McDonalds on the corner,” he said.”

If I’m out at McDonalds, I don: ‘What’s going on, can I get some chips?’ or, ‘Can I get a drink?’

If I’m eating, I eat McDonalds.

If I want something, I get it.”

Smith, Bugg and a fellow Australian, Matthew Wade, were joined by a host of other celebrity guests and guests from the McDonald family.

“In my time, I’ve seen a lot of people who were not necessarily McDonald’s customers, but they’re very familiar with them,” Buggle said.”[It’s] really good that you get people from other countries to go and see them, because when you’re there you know the history, you feel that the heritage is there, but you’re not in there with them.”

So it’s really nice to have people that come and visit the McDonald franchise and see it for themselves, and it’s not a bad thing, because there’s something so good about it.

“McDonaldland on the other hand, has its detractors, with one person comparing it to a dog park.”

This is a dog farm in the suburbs,” said journalist Nick Ross, who has written a book on the franchise.”

They don’t care about the animals, and the animals don’t know them.

They’re there to serve the customers.

“McDairy’s in the spotlight as McDonalds is set to move its animal exhibit to the Los Angeles Convention Centre on June 11.

It’s not the first time the chain has opened its animal show, which was originally opened in Melbourne in 1984.

In the 1980s, McDonalds opened its second Australian headquarters, in Perth, which featured a similar animal show and opened in 1991.

McDonald, which is owned by China’s Yum Brands, has seen its Australian and overseas sales decline over the years as its consumer appetite has grown.

In 2016, the company reported $1.9 billion in profit, and a total of $17.6 billion in revenue in Australia, excluding the company’s share price.