Tom (83) and Pauline (82) visited McDonald's every day for 23 years

Tom (83) and Pauline (82) visited McDonald's every day for 23 years

If you think you love McDonald's, you have nothing on this pair.

Tom Jones, 83, and wife Pauline, 82, have been visiting McDonald's everyday life for the past 23 years, saying that they do not believe that fast food treatment can make people fat.

To visit their favorite restaurant on Southgate Street in Bath, the couple must be two and a half miles from their home.

Tom Jones (83) and Ms. Pauline (82) visited McDonald's everyday life for 23 years (Image: Somerset Live / SWNS)

Pauline said, "We drop by for coffee at 8.30 and then look at the shops.

"At 10 o'clock we come back for a snack!"

Tom added, "We come here seven days a week, seven days a week.

"Except when we were on vacation, we have missed a day for 23 years."

Tom's festive feast is a Big Mac, while Pauline is a bit more adventurous and has everything she likes that day.

Her favorite restaurant is on Southgate Street in Bath, two and a half kilometers from her home (Image: Somerset Live / SWNS).

One day these could be chicken nuggets or another, a BBQ chicken wrapper, she said.

Pauline said, "We come here every day for the kindness.

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"The staff are always so helpful – we even feel part of the building – part of the furniture.

"We always feel that they know who we are and that they are so friendly.

I think I always say thank you, and I think that goes a long way.

Tom loves a Big Mac, whereas Pauline will have everything she likes that day (Image: Somerset Live / SWNS)

"It's like a second home for us.

"We like it in the morning, when it's not that busy, as it's a bit hectic for dinner.

"We are not pub people and we appreciate the community we find at McDonald's."

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Tom said the perception that much of the food in the chain can lead to obesity is "wrong."

He added, "I just want to say that all the nonsense that McDonalds makes you fat is rubbish. Look at us! & # 39;

However, Tom emphasized that in the 1980s, they stay slim and fit due to the exercises they incorporate into their everyday lives.

Paul Pearson, who owns the Southgate Street Restaurant, said the couple is the "perfect symbol" of the difference McDonalds can make in a community.

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