McDonald's is changing its burgers, and they actually sound glorious
Hell yes to this.
Don't get us wrong, we love a big juicy Big Mac. There's nothing better than heading to your local McDonald's after a night out to get your hangover fix.
Of even if it's just been a while since you had a Maccy D's... you totally savour that first bite whether it's a cheese burger and chips or a quarter pounder.
Basically, McDonald's is fab and there's nothing you can tell us that will make us think otherwise.
However, it seems that a few changes are coming our way soon.
Over in the US, the chain restaurant has changed its burgers, introducing fresh beef instead of frozen patties.
A spokesperson for McDonald's said: "Our patties are made from 100% British and Irish beef with nothing added aside from a little salt and pepper after cooking."
However, "We will watch what happens in the US and see if this innovation is something we should consider," bringing over to the UK and Ireland.
Business Insider tasted the fresh pattie and said: "The fresh beef is noticeably juicier than the frozen alternative. This allows for the entire burger to have more depth of flavour.
"The difference is immediately clear after a single bite. The new burger is a marked improvement over the frozen-beef patty."
A McDonald's burger that's juicier and tastier? We'll certainly have that!