McDonald’s brings back its famous McRib every now and then, and apparently, its customers on Twitter often want to know when they can expect its next appearance.

The famous McRib made its big debut back in 1981 but wasn’t up to par, so it was pulled from the menu in just 1985, according to CNN. After that, this rare delicacy became a seasonal item, popping up when people least expect it. 

Those behind McDonald’s Twitter account made it known on Friday that they are tired of being asked when the popular menu item will make its next comeback. The company tweeted the quip, “It’s always ‘when is the McRib coming back’ and never ‘how are you doing person who runs the McDonalds account.’”

This sparked a huge conversation among Twitter users with half of them asking how the McDonald’s account runner is doing and the other half asking when the McRib will make another appearance. 

HBO quoted the tweet and said, “I’ve never felt more seen. Like, I don’t know when House of Dragon is premiering. Unrelated: When is the McRib coming back?”

Some users also took the tweet as an opportunity to ask the McDonald’s account when other items will be making a comeback. Others purposed the fast-food restaurant discontinue the McRib altogether.

“How are you doin person who runs McDonald’s account & please tell me the McRib will never come back. About the nastiest lookin thing I’ve ever seen next to my ex-husband! Parfaits! Bring back the parfaits at my McDonald’s here please,” stated one user.

For those who do want to know when they can get their hands on a McRib, there’s actually an entire website dedicated to sightings called Those searching for a McRib can even type in their address to see where the closest one might be.

However, there’s nothing saying if the sightings are legit or not, so searching in-restaurant is truly the only way to find out. According to the site, the last one was seen Friday at 2:16 p.m. EDT in Houston.

McDonald's tweet has 3.1K comments, 6.3K retweets, and 40.1K likes already. Will this persuade the Golden Arches to bring back this highly requested sandwich sooner rather than later? Be on the lookout, McRib fans.

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