There is just something about fast food that makes people abuse 911. In the past, folks have been arrested after calling emergency services to report problems with their orders at Burger King, McDonald's, Subway and Hardee's.
Taco Bell was forced to retract its anti-vegetable commercial for promoting its 12-pack of tacos. The ad opens with the narrator deriding vegetables, saying "Veggies on game day is like punting on fourth and one — it's a cop out."
In Taco Bell's 2013 Super Bowl commercial we meet Bernie Goldblatt, an older gentlemen who is being wished good night by an aid at the Glencobrooke Retirement Home. Or so she thinks he is going to sleep. In fact, Bernie's night is just beginning.
How many times does this have to happen before we all stop going to KFC? Hopefully twice is the answer. Three weeks ago a teenager in the UK thought he had been served a giant chicken brain from the fast-food chain. It turned out to be a kidney. On the one hand, gross. On the other hand, at least we're pretty sure that what Redditor six6six4kids found in his order was also a kidney. MAKE IT STOP!
Maybe Subway is stepping up their game a tad. They've made it abundantly clear that they now have avocados andsriracha sauce, and they will NOT be putting ketchup on anybody's sandwich. At all. They don't even have ketchup, and one employee was willing to fight to prove it. They don't call them sandwich artists for nothing.
Good news/bad news. The good news is we found your nose ring!! The bad news is that it was in somebody's McDonald's breakfast burrito in Lawrenceville, Georgia. So we might not be eating another one of those for a while, because yuck.
Japan, you confuse us so. First you tell us about Pepsi Special, which actually makes you lose weight. Today we find out that Burger King Japan offers an all-you-can-eat deal. What do you want from us?! Stop with the mixed messages!
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