McDonald’s makes a big (and small) change to the Big Mac

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McDonald's is making a pair of changes to its iconic Big Mac, creating two new burgers - one big and one small.

The, er, whopper of a change is the addition of two larger patties and another slice of cheese to create the Grand Mac, according to Delish.

The smaller change is the creation of the Mac Junior, which is just a regular Big Mac with only one patty and the middle bun removed. McDonald's hopes the Mac Junior will be easier to eat in your car.

The two new burgers are being tested in Texas and Ohio and will feature the usual special sauce, lettuce, cheese, pickles, onions on a sesame seed bun.

The Grand Mac is selling for $4.89, and the Mac Junior is priced between $2.39 and $2.59 depending on the location, according to CNBC.

Not everyone is on board with the changes, however:

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