Mrs Hinch leaves fans stunned with McDonald's Happy Meal hack
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Mrs Hinch asked ‘What have I been doing all my life?’ as she discovered a simple Happy Meal trick that helps cut down on washing up.
She then simply emptied out the fries and placed the burger into the bottom part of the box, creating a make-shift tray to hold her kids’ food, which of course meant she didn’t need to bother with a plate. Clever, eh?
Mrs Hinch certainly seemed to think so, anyway - in the clip, she can be heard saying: "Yep, I was today years old when I realised that you could do this.
"What have I been doing all my life? I have no idea, but I can promise you now, this has changed my life forever.”
Captioning the video, the mum-of-two wrote: "WHHHAATTT! Please tell me I’m not alone here? Did anyone else not know this? why am I always late to the party. Use this audio and share a hack you’ve discovered! No this is not sponsored by McDonald’s in anyway (I wish it was) ATB [all the best]!!”
And it turns out she wasn’t alone in having no idea that you could open the Happy Meal boxes in such a way.
YouTuber Zoe Sugg responded: "I also DID NOT KNOW THIS!! X"
Someone else commented: “Wow. Wilby’s staple diet and I did not know that. He will be well impressed when I pull that one out the bag later.”
A third person said: “Oh my God how did you not know this. You know about pouring your chips into the top part of your burger box though yes?”
While another person commented: “Whaaaat!! Never knew that! That’s gotta be a new thing.”
Even the official McDonald’s Instagram account got involved, writing: “Bonus: the kids think you’re some kind of magician.”
After discovering that it wasn’t just her who was in the dark about the trick, Mrs Hinch wrote: "Omggg yaaaay I’m not alone. Why haven’t I done this before now."
Well, I think I need to go to McDonald’s immediately for research purposes, obviously.