Fast Food

Someone Took McDonald’s Fryer Chime And Turned It Into A Viral Tune

When fries are cooked at McDonald’s locations in Japan, employees will hear a pleasant jingle rather than a shrill beep notifying them to remove the crispy sticks from the fryer. What if someone took that chime and turned it into straight music, though?

RocketNews24 reports that Twitter user @teikyousann created this poetic rhythm after digitally transferring the sound. The result, as you can hear above, blends elements of rock, dance, 8-bit, and pop in one harmonious McFlurry of sound.

Here’s the original fryer tune, for reference:

This imaginative mix on McDonald’s fryer tune is another example of the whimsicality found at the fast food company’s Japanese locations.

Meanwhile, here in the US, we’re all at the edge of our seats waiting to see what the big announcement McDonald’s is making will be on Jan. 26.

By Peter Pham

Pete's favorite foods include pizza, tacos and pretty much any kind of breakfast. He'll usually snap a photo or two while his food cools down.

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