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  • Every one of those are questionable or on face value inedible. Except for the Doritos taco. Pronounced excellent (for Taco Bell food}. 

    I used to get these huge, at least 1 lb. bean burritos, loaded with green sauce and cheese for 49 cents (just realized there is no cents key on a modern keyboard). Nowadays, they're less than half the size, much less. And if you complain, regardless of the corporate policy to customer satisfaction, the local staff will make you regret it with small comments.
  • It sure seems like the new trend in junk food is just to cram more types of junk food together. Except in Japan, which continues to be weird


    /I know, put a twinkie on either side of a hot dog, tie the whole thing together with fried onion strings, dunk the whole thing in nacho cheese, then a chocolate fountain, then top with bacon. Add ranch on the side for dipping.
  • I tried those Dorito tacos, and they are not bad, at least in the fast-food world.
  • Just about all of those look good and are something I would eat. Only a couple of exceptions. The ghost pepper thing, cause there's only so much spicy I can take. And the cheese on top of the bun burger. I mean, seriously? What the hell? That actually upsets me. I'm currently far more angry than is appropriate over this. What's the point of that? It completely ruins the use of the bun to hold the burger in your hand for no goddamn reason.
  • TheOmni: Just about all of those look good and are something I would eat. Only a couple of exceptions. The ghost pepper thing, cause there's only so much spicy I can take. And the cheese on top of the bun burger. I mean, seriously? What the hell? That actually upsets me. I'm currently far more angry than is appropriate over this. What's the point of that? It completely ruins the use of the bun to hold the burger in your hand for no goddamn reason.


    The commercial for it on this page shows a dude holding it like a normal burger.

    Link

    Presumably, afterward, he had to wipe his hands on a Philippine Handwash Ladyboy.
  • Shostie: TheOmni: Just about all of those look good and are something I would eat. Only a couple of exceptions. The ghost pepper thing, cause there's only so much spicy I can take. And the cheese on top of the bun burger. I mean, seriously? What the hell? That actually upsets me. I'm currently far more angry than is appropriate over this. What's the point of that? It completely ruins the use of the bun to hold the burger in your hand for no goddamn reason.

    The commercial for it on this page shows a dude holding it like a normal burger.

    Link

    Presumably, afterward, he had to wipe his hands on a Philippine Handwash Ladyboy.


    I was actually so upset by this that I searched for more information, half hoping that it wasn't even real. But I found this article, which quotes a KFC Marketing Manager saying
    "That's the biggest misconception about the burger, that it's sticky and greasy," Magdato told ANC. "You can eat it like a regular burger."

    Which I think may even make it worse. Because it looks sticky and greasy, so the quality of the cheese in question that is somehow magically dry to the touch while looking like it looks concerns me. So either it's sticky and greasy and a complete slap in the face to the concept of sandwiches or it's just some sort of crazy cheese that appears to have more in common with plastic than the already lower quality cheeses used by most fast food establishments.
  • In before "taco bell gives me the shiats", "it's about as mexican as Chipotle", "$2 bill", oh and this

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  • Equilibrist: Every one of those are questionable or on face value inedible. Except for the Doritos taco. Pronounced excellent (for Taco Bell food}. 

    I used to get these huge, at least 1 lb. bean burritos, loaded with green sauce and cheese for 49 cents (just realized there is no cents key on a modern keyboard). Nowadays, they're less than half the size, much less. And if you complain, regardless of the corporate policy to customer satisfaction, the local staff will make you regret it with small comments.


    I still miss the Chili Frito Burrito. And the Chantico from Starbucks.
  • TGAAAAHHHHHH!
     
    That was the food porn equivalent of an extremely obese all-syphallitic gang bang.
  • that star shaped thing is cute
  • TheOmni: cause there's only so much spicy I can take.


    you mean you don't like eating your own snot drippings?
  • They're all pretty bad, but the Asian ones...
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  • Equilibrist: Every one of those are questionable or on face value inedible. Except for the Doritos taco. Pronounced excellent (for Taco Bell food}. 

    I used to get these huge, at least 1 lb. bean burritos, loaded with green sauce and cheese for 49 cents (just realized there is no cents key on a modern keyboard). Nowadays, they're less than half the size, much less. And if you complain, regardless of the corporate policy to customer satisfaction, the local staff will make you regret it with small comments.


    I remember just 10 years ago the Chili Cheese burritos were under a dollar, and twice the size, and GOOD even if they looked horrible; they were like those old-fashioned pizza commercials, you could have contests with how long you could stretch the cheese. Then they took them off the menu (at least in this region) for a few years, and brought them back as watery slop that cost twice as much. Basically, "new" Wendy's chili in a tortilla.
  • DanZero: In before "taco bell gives me the shiats", "it's about as mexican as Chipotle", "$2 bill", oh and this

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    There is so much wrong with your post, I can't even begin to start. I do think you meant it that way.
    I love Taco Bell. It was definitely better years ago, but it is what it is. What it is not is Mexican food, and that's OK.

    Yes, the best mexican food I ever had was a place where grandma was making the tortillas by hand as they were needed and there were no fajitas on the menu. Chili Verde FTW.
  • I have not had any of those items (Hades, I have not been to a Pizza Hut in over 10 years!), and I am OK with that.
  • Fark your an idiot for thinking Doritos locos are shiat. Get your shiat together
  • Step 1: Fly to Japan

    Step 2: Eat $20 worth of weird Japanese McD's food

    Step 3: Die of either happiness or food poisoning.
  • Bacon Sundae = hard to believe it's not a photoshop troll. The taco bell Doritos commercials made me feel sickly just seeing them. While many love their Taco Bell, i'm one of those weirdos who don't cherish mega-ass blasting torrential diaherrea, so there's that.
  • Shrimp stars? What's wrong with just plain shrimp?

    /Those garlic bread pizzas actually look really good
  • Just remember, if they weren't selling, they'd be dropped from the menu like a hot potato.

    To quote P.T. Barnum, "Nobody ever went broke underestimating the intelligence of the American people."
  • Rant
    The damn purpose of a taco shell is to keep the disgusting crap your eating off your hand and in a delicious crunchy bundle. Doritos cover your hand in disgusting crap. A Doritos taco shell RUINS THE POINT OF A DAMN TACO SHELL.
    /Rant

    /I can't eat taco bell.
    //stupid gluten intolerance
  • The Saudi cheeseburger pizza looks interesting.

    The Burger King bacon sundae is nothing more then a caramel sundae with a couple of pieces of bacon stuck in the top.
  • The BBQ Bacon Wrapstar looks delicious. Maybe it's just because I'm hungry.

    I don't even know where the KFC in this burg is. Maybe I should find out.
  • Mock26: I have not had any of those items (Hades, I have not been to a Pizza Hut in over 10 years!), and I am OK with that.


    pasteurized process cheese.
    That is all.
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