Fast food fanatic turns her home into a McDonald's shrine
Is this creepy or cute?
Many of us fell in love with McDonald's when we were kids, and why wouldn't we? Their food was a special treat, the decor was fun and playful, and it reminded us of the weekend. But some people got a little bit obsessed, much like 31-year-old Taylor Gecking who has dedicated her house to the fast food chain.
Picture: Taylor Gecking / Caters News Agency.
Taylor has transformed her home in Richmond, Virginia, US, into a McDonald’s shrine which features more than 100 pieces of McDonald's memorabilia.
In an interview, Taylor told The Metro: "My obsession with McDonald’s started as a kid. I visited the play place back when they still used the McDonaldland characters, Ronald, Grimace, Hamburgular etc. My sister and I had so much fun climbing around and sliding into the ball pit. It made a mundane lunch something to look forward to."
As Taylor became older, she began to start seeing old bits of memorabilia pop up at flea markets and thought she'd get a few. But a few turned in to many, and many then turned into one hundred. As you can now see then, her house is filled with stuff from old McDonald's restaurants.
She has everything from pictures to arcade machines and small play area toys. It isn't uncommon to be a collector of things, but it isn't very often you see these sorts of collections.