Hashing it out on a 5AM adventure…
Saved by the Bell.
It’s about time we had a Taco Bell emoji.
McDonald’s: “A truly exquisite Manhattan dining experience.”
“To borrow a millennial phrase, we’re on cleek,” said Taco Bell’s incoming CEO. “Not everybody knows what I’m talking about right now. That means you’re on point.”
“I’m gonna lose 10 pounds…then gain 20…”
Pray for humanity.
Who knew a broken Taco Bell sign could be so useful?
Because everyone, no matter their eating restrictions, should be able to participate in the grand American tradition of fast food.
A few weeks ago, the food chain’s founder called competition from fast food companies “a joke.” Earnings results from the three major fast food brands suggest that he may have a point.
In Taco Bell we trust.
Eat at your own risk. Update: Unverified information has been removed from this post.
Taco to the hand.
“In Girl World, Halloween is the one day a year when a girl can dress up like a total slut and no other girls can say anything else about it.”
Updated: Fast food workers in Boston’s protest were also arrested. Thursday’s protests planned in 150 cities across the U.S. are part of the “Fight for $15” campaign.
Basically, never order the breakfast platter.
Just what you didn’t need.
Hard shell tacos suck and you should feel bad for liking them.
Are you still lovin’ it?
Is this the next stage in burrito evolution? The burrito and quesadilla have finally come together. Introducing the Quesarito.
It’s here. Behold the Quesarito.
Plus the Tetris diet, one major first-impression mistake you could be making, and Dennis Rodman chats about his adventures in North Korea.
“My boss has told me to cook food off the floor.” All confessions courtesy of Whisper.
Plus the final episode of “How I Met Your Mother” airs, one guy gets into all 8 Ivy League schools (!!!), and the “Real Housewives of New York,” ranked by craziness.
It’s a known fact that cats are better than dogs. This argument is no longer up for debate.
Shots fired. Your move, McDonald’s.