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Rob Lowe wants you to lick your fingers!
April 22nd, 2017 under Fast Food, Rob Lowe. [ Comments: none ]


We know that Rob Lowe is finger licking good, and now so does Kentucky Fried Chicken. That is because KFC has made him their new Colonel Sanders! I never imagined him in the role, but you know what he is perfect for it. So much better than Norm MacDonald, but then again who isn’t.

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McDonald’s introduces the Micro Mac
April 1st, 2017 under Fast Food. [ Comments: none ]


Earlier this year, McDonald’s introduced the Mac Jr and Grand Mac, and they were huge successes. The fast food restaurant decided to keep the trend going and today they introduced the Micro Mac. It might be bite size but it has huge flavor. Proving that big things come in little packages.

When it comes to the cost, it is about the same price as the other Macs. When it comes to the calories and fat, you don’t want to know because sometimes you just need that taste of a Big Mac in your mouth. Who cares how fattening it is?

It is almost guilt free because how can anything that is micro cause any guilt. I can’t wait until McDonald’s introduces the Mega Mac. It will put all other hamburgers to shame and Syfy will do a movie about it.

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Would you use Whopper flavored toothpaste?
March 30th, 2017 under Fast Food. [ Comments: none ]


Burger King has come up with a Whopper flavored toothpaste and I would totally suck down that tube until there was nothing left.

If I thought it was a real thing, but since we are 2 days away from April Fools Day I think they are pranking us. Something I don’t find funny because I need Whopper flavored toothpaste and I need it now. Since my birthday is April 1st, I think they owe it to me to make it happen.

Because if it is a joke, I will boycott BK forever. They went a step too far this time around and I put up their nightmare inducing mascot.

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Oreo Peeps are a thing!
February 17th, 2017 under Fast Food. [ Comments: none ]


Ever wonder what could make Oreos and Peeps even better than they already are? How about combining the two? That is exactly what they are doing this Easter/Passover season.

Starting next week, Walmart will be selling vanilla flavored Oreos with Marshmallow Peeps Flavor Creme in the middle. Sounds likes a dream come true. All you need is a Cadbury Egg to go with it and this will be the best Spring ever!

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Would you get married at Taco Bell?
February 14th, 2017 under Fast Food, Weddings. [ Comments: none ]


I love Taco Bell, but not enough to marry the person I love in one. If you are not like me and want to say I do before you I poo, then you can get married there for just $600.

What does the $600 get you?

• A ceremony in the chapel inside the restaurant with an ordained officiant within as little as four hours
• Private area for a reception inside the restaurant with up to 15 of your closest family and friends
• Custom merchandise, including a sauce packet garter and bow tie, “Just Married” t-shirts for the bride and groom, Taco Bell branded champagne flutes and, of course, a Taco 12 Pack filled with tacos and a Cinnabon Delights cake for dessert
• A Sauce Packet bouquet is also available for the bride to use during the ceremony

How do you make it happen? Get your marriage license, walk up to cashier at the Taco Bell Catina in Las Vegas and order it off the menu. Within four hours, you can be Mr & Mrs! That is unless you made a run for the border aka the bathroom.

Men, if you play your cards right. Not only will you eat a Taco, then later on you can eat her Taco too! And she will down your Gordita or Chalupa or Burrito or whatever you call it.

I don’t know, if I were going to get married in Vegas, I would do it at that Elvis Chapel. Although, one time when I was coming out of a Taco Bell, I held a door open for an Elvis Impersonator who said to me, “Thank you, thank you very much!” Maybe that was a sign that I am supposed to get married in a Taco Bell. Thus, let the Wedding Taco Bells ring for true love!

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