I work at McDonald’s and I’m so bored of being asked the same thing about our chicken – it’s not even true either | The Sun

A McDONALD's worker shared the question he is always asked by people when they find out where he works – and told that it's not even true.

The TikToker, who goes by Stephen Patula, regularly shares behind the scenes clips of a working day at the famous fast food chain.

In one of his "FAQ Friday" videos he answered a burning question about the McNuggets.

Stephen said: "Do we use 'pink slime' for our chicken nuggets?"

The McDonald's worker went on to answer the common question.

He said: "No that's a myth. McDonald's only uses all white meat chicken.

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"To whoever started that rumour – I hope both sides of your pillow are warm at night."

Fellow TikTokers were quick to swoop in and comment on the popular video.

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Some pointed out that white meat chicken is pink before it is cooked.

One said: "It does look like pink slime. Raw chicken that you blend into a paste is pink and slimy."

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Another said: "Except. White meat chicken looks pink before it's cooked and they're blended up and reformed into the classic shapes."

A third said: "OK ok hear me out ground chicken is a pink slime to some degree."

While others said that they thought it was the case in the past but not anymore.

One person said: "Not a rumour. It’s just old and not a thing anymore."

Another said: "Is it a myth or is it history ?? I remember 'now made with' as in it didn’t used to be made with all white meat lol."

A third said: "That’s not a myth, it’s something they stopped doing years ago after they were called out for if."

But many didn't care about what the nuggets were made from, as they just liked the taste.

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One person said: "No no it’s okay I’ll still eat the slime."

Another said: "Even if they were I'd still eat them."

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