Speaking as a frequent user of the internet, I am no stranger to fast food restaurants. I've noticed that there are few things more magical in this world of ours than witnessing an old person trying to eat a greasy portion of fried slop served straight from the fatty vaults of the McDonalds empire. Unfortunately, until today, there was no way to capture this wonder in the privacy of your own home. But thankfully, the Something Awful forum goons have brought the excitement straight to your living room via the form of drawings. Does it compare to the real thing, being able to bear witness to an old man trying to eat a handful of fries with false teeth? You be the judge.

Big Mc Large Huge came up with the concept behind this week's Comedy Goldmine, and gave us the following images.








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