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angry fans of mcdonald’s have threatened to boycott the fast-food giant over a controversial change to its breakfast menu.

In a post shared on the chains social media channels, McDonald’s revealed that breakfast rolls and Breakfast Wraps would not return to the menu.

One post read: “It is with love and deep respect for each other that we announce that we are parting ways with Breakfast Bagels & Breakfast Wraps.

“Despite speculation and after a trial separation period, breakfast bagels and breakfast wraps will not return to the menu. We adored each other deeply, but our love for the iconic McMuffin was just too hard to ignore.”

He added: “We want our fans to know that this is a mutual decision, to the extent that a bagel can make its own decision.

“Thank you to everyone who has supported our union. As for the rumors that there will be a new breakfast baby on the scene later this year…no comment.

“But now it’s time to say, ‘That’s a wrap.’ And bagels.”

McDonald’s fans ‘done’ with restaurant after decision to remove bagels and wraps

An irate fast food lover tweeted: “I can’t believe this! You ruined my weekends! You won’t bring back the iconic bagels, but you’ll spend 3 years trying to get a slice of cheese to melt into a Veggie Burger! The breakfast roll is also no substitute for the breakfast wrap! We’re done!”

Another added: “Wraps and bagels were the only breakfast items we ate at this house. I haven’t had a Maccies breakfast since the start of the pandemic and now it looks like that was the last one I’ll ever have.

“I hate cupcakes and flatbreads are even worse.”

“I had already vowed not to buy McDonalds after they screwed up my ability to get a breakfast order last time (McDonalds customer service still hasn’t gotten back to me on that), but now this has solidified my decision. None of us are happy about this. McMuffins are boring,” a third raged.

Tim Hortons rushes to support McDonald’s fans

In response to the news that sparked outrage on social media, rival chain Tim Hortons was quick to rally behind angry McDonald’s fans.

They tweeted a replicated message from McDonald’s that read: “We know a lot of people are heartbroken over the latest breakup news that has been making headlines today.

“McDonald’s, we are so sorry to hear that you will be leaving with your beloved Breakfast Wraps and Bagels and would like to offer a shoulder to cry on to anyone going through this difficult time.

“Fortunately, for all those fans who have been disappointed, we are pleased to announce that we have a committed, long-term relationship with our Breakfast Wraps and Bagels and have made it official today.”

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