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McDonald’s is the unofficial fast food restaurant of SBPDL. Nothing beats a Big Mac, fries and a coke at the eating establishment that dubs itself 365 Black! Nothing… except maybe Popeye’s Chicken, but that’s a story for another day. McDonald’s has capitalized off the magnetic pull it exerts toward Black people, who find the Golden... Read More
Stuff Black People Don't Like prides itself on answering McDonald's call to be 365Black.We will bring you the goods on Stuff Black People Don't Like all day and everyday. Nothing else will be discussed at www.SBPDL.com, because we feel it paramount to educate the world - not just America - on things that drive Black... Read More
Black people love McDonald's. We have already discussed Black people's disdain for running of Chicken McNuggets, a faux pas worthy of calling 911 over. McDonald's and Black people have a special connection that few can deny. First, they serve Coke products at McDonald's, which naturally means they serve Sprite - the official drink of Black... Read More
Stuff Black People Don't Like is a new web-zine, dedicated to enlightening not only the United States, but the entire world on Stuff Black People Don't Like. However, due to the enormity of the task, we sometimes require outside help. One reader suggested a recurring theme in our growing list, as Black people are morbidly... Read More