I don't think anyone is still living under the delusion that McDonald's is a place for a healthy meal, but in moderation there's something so ridiculously satisfying about scarfing down a sandwich from the iconic fast food chain. (We can all get back to our kale smoothies and Greek yogurt tomorrow, right?) If your guilty pleasure is the fast food chain, then you're probably also a fan of the infamous McRib sandwich, a.k.a. the pork and BBQ sauce sammy that people go nuts over. If so, good news: The McRib is back on McDonald's menu. The bad news? There's a pretty huge catch.
According to a report by CNBC, McDonald's gave its locations the options to start serving the McRib again, which means that, "officially," it's back on the McDonald's menu. Unfortunately, not all locations are taking the tangy BBQ bait: in fact, over 45 percent of McDonald's locations are saying "thanks, but no thanks" to the option of serving the McRib.
While the McDonald's locations haven't given a reason as to why they're not down with the McRib, I'm going to take a guess and assume that they think customers aren't that giddy about it. So if you do want the McDonald's McRib in your mouth like, yesterday, I suggest letting your local McDonald's know ASAP. Who knows: you might be the pioneer who helped bring this sandwich to your fellow BBQ lovers.