Confessions from McDonald's employees will make you second guess your next meal

According to, McDonald's has nearly 2 million employees and more then 35,000 locations all over the world.

With a location seemingly on every corner, there's no wonder their employees have opinions about what happens in the building.

1.9 million employees as of 2014. McDonald's has more than 35,000 locations in over 100 countries as of 2014. About 80 percent of locations are franchised.

Employees took to Whisper to air their grievances and share confessions:

1. It's not as clean as you think:

I work at McDonald

2. Employees don't like attitude:

I work at McDonalds and every time someone gives me an attitude or I don

3. Your behavior at the drive thru can have consequences:

I work at McDonalds and if you pull up to the speaker and immediately say "hello!" In an impatient tone, you will be sitting there for a while.

4. Asking for fries without salt is risky:

I work at mcdonalds when people say no salt on fries for hot fries I grab them salted fries and scrape off the salt

5. Washing hands isn't always a priority:

I work at McDonalds and I don

6. You could easily end up with bonus nuggets:

I work at McDonald

7. Sometimes they like to double up on toys:

I work at McDonald

8. McDonald's employees are not stupid:

I work at mcdonalds & I hate how people think we

9. Even managers think it's disgusting:

Im a manager at a McDonald

10. Buying food can lead to cyberstalking:

I work at McDonalds and if I see a hot guy in the drive thru I read his name on his debit card and find him on Facebook.

11. Socially, it requires a lot of employees:

I work at McDonalds. I tell my customers to have a McMagical evening.

12. The experience can be brutal:

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13. What they say about the ice cream machine is true:

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14. So is the secret menu:

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15. Sometimes there's a "fry tax:"

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Be sure to check out more fascinating confessions by downloading the Whisper app.

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