Has anyone tried Taco Bell's new Waffle Taco?
The Taco Bell Waffle Taco is the breakfast hero America deserves.
The McGriddle can suck it because Taco Bell — the entity behind the brilliant Doritos Loco Taco enterprise — is getting into the breakfast game with a revolutionary new menu item called the Waffle Taco.
Taco Bell may have outdone itself as far as the most important meal of the day is concerned.
For just $0.89, the Waffle Taco offers a breakfast sausage patty and scrambled egg folded up in a waffle. It obviously comes with a jar of syrup that you'll be able to spill all over yourself in the car on the way to work.
|by Think Outside the Bun||reply 114||06/03/2013|
OK you got to be a hose frou, cus gay men dont eat that shit and talk about it.
|by Think Outside the Bun||reply 2||05/16/2013|
Lots of people talk about it, R2. It's taking the Twitterverse by storm. People are posting about it on Facebook.
As reported earlier on the Daily Dish, Taco Bell's waffle taco already has fans buzzing on social media and an enviable hashtag: #itsdelicious.
|by Think Outside the Bun||reply 4||05/16/2013|
And by 10 a.m. Tuesday, a steady stream of customers was coming in to order the new breakfast menu item in multiples -- four, six, 10 or more -- for a mere 89 cents each.
That’s what Louise Carson, who lives near the restaurant, said she likes to do. She has been ordering the waffle tacos in the morning, and then offers them as after-school snacks to her kids.
“I pass them out in the car during pickup time and they have a bite before we go to different sports events," she said. "It’s handy, and the price is right.”
Because the menu item is still in the testing stage, calorie counts aren't available.
The waffle taco has become a staple for her family, Carson said, because it's so affordable.
Carson says she's a fan as well.
"It’s all about convenience and a good deal," she said. "And it’s easy to pack."
She also eyed the menu above the cash registers, noting the new fruit-topped oatmeal and chocolate-chip sandwich items being touted.
"Thumbs-up" to the chain for trying new flavors, she said, adding that tacos and waffles combine "the best" of both worlds.
|by Think Outside the Bun||reply 5||05/16/2013|
R4 and R5 both quoted Frous as their source.
I said gay people are not interested, of course fat house frous live for that stuff.
"good deal" bitch please, you are just to dam lazy to cook for your kids so you are feeding them fast food and calling it a "good deal".
|by Think Outside the Bun||reply 6||05/16/2013|
I bet the stove in her minivan isn't working, R6.
|by Think Outside the Bun||reply 7||05/16/2013|
This is exactly why America is so fat.
|by Think Outside the Bun||reply 8||05/16/2013|
Until they candy coat this and deep fry it in lard, I won't eat it.
|by Think Outside the Bun||reply 9||05/16/2013|
Basically just a folded Egg McMuffin in a waffle rather than an English muffin -- with a pitcher of syrup (always a good idea in the car). Nothing Mexican about it, so what's it doing at Taco Bell?
|by Think Outside the Bun||reply 10||05/16/2013|
Americans are so disgusting.
|by Think Outside the Bun||reply 11||05/16/2013|
R10, it's Taco Bell, not Mexican Bell, so by calling it a taco, they are good.
|by Think Outside the Bun||reply 12||05/16/2013|
Who really eats that shit?
|by Think Outside the Bun||reply 13||05/16/2013|
You sound morbidly obese OP.
|by Think Outside the Bun||reply 15||05/16/2013|
Jack in the Box already has a waffle sandwich with the exact ingredients. I guess the novelty of this is that they folded up the waffle.
|by Think Outside the Bun||reply 16||05/16/2013|
Surely, OP is an eighteen-dollar PR whore for Taco Bell? Appatently, for an extra 20c they'll inject chicken fat direct into a vein and give you a booklet on raising your child the obesity way.
|by Think Outside the Bun||reply 17||05/16/2013|
The thought of the mom giving her kids a cold egg and cheese breakfast sandwich, one that's been sitting around all day, after school turns my stomach.
Eggs don't keep that well.
|by Think Outside the Bun||reply 18||05/16/2013|
PR doesn't exist at Datalounge!
|by Think Outside the Bun||reply 19||05/16/2013|
I don't understand why McDonald's got rid of the McSkillet Burrito. It's the only fast food breakfast item I really like.
|by Think Outside the Bun||reply 20||05/16/2013|
"The Taco Bell Waffle Taco is the breakfast hero America deserves"
It's a breakfast.
It doesn't do anything remotely heroic...
In fact, it'll probably end up killing more Americans than Al-Qaeda...
|by Think Outside the Bun||reply 21||05/16/2013|
"I pass them out in the car during pickup time and they have a bite before we go to different sports events"
|by Think Outside the Bun||reply 22||05/16/2013|
I'm sorry. Is this some sort of food you're all talking about, from some sort of food seller? Is it something local? Because I have never been near one.
|by Think Outside the Bun||reply 23||05/16/2013|
[quote] She has been ordering the waffle tacos in the morning, and then offers them as after-school snacks to her kids.“I pass them out in the car during pickup time and they have a bite before we go to different sports events," she said. "It’s handy, and the price is right.”
This is just so tragic. Why not an apple or banana or string cheese or box of raisins or trail mix or carrots or how hard is it to smear some peanut butter or throw a slice of turkey on some bread.
She probably offers up a liter of sugar-filled Gatorade because you know sports.
|by Think Outside the Bun||reply 24||05/16/2013|
"She has been ordering the waffle tacos in the morning, and then offers them as after-school snacks to her kids.“I pass them out in the car during pickup time and they have a bite before we go to different sports events," she said. "It’s handy, and the price is right.” "
I doubt any mother has ever done or said this.
|by Think Outside the Bun||reply 27||05/16/2013|
R27: That is what made me think this whole thing was a DL spoof.
|by Think Outside the Bun||reply 28||05/16/2013|
[quote]It obviously comes with a jar of syrup
A jar? I doubt that.
|by Think Outside the Bun||reply 29||05/16/2013|
What they really need to do is come out with this bacon taco:
|by Think Outside the Bun||reply 31||05/16/2013|
F&F for the R25/R26 spastic unhinged misogynist troll from hell
|by Think Outside the Bun||reply 32||05/16/2013|
American is turning into a dual society of people who would seem normal in most other places in the world and an untermenschen who are just receptacles for marketing shit.
|by Think Outside the Bun||reply 33||05/16/2013|
Another nail in Americas coffin
|by Think Outside the Bun||reply 35||05/16/2013|
After weeks of anonymity as "Restaurant Chain A" in an investigation into a salmonella outbreak that infected dozens of people in ten states, Taco Bell has been outed as the "Mexican-style" restaurant chain linked to the dangerous infections.
The outbreak, which occurred in October 2011, infected 68 people total, mostly in Texas, and sent more than 20 to the hospital, according to a January report by the Centers for Disease Control. No deaths were linked to the outbreak.
While the CDC and Food and Drug Administration officials were unable to pinpoint exactly what food product may have caused the outbreak, the report said "data indicat[ed] that contamination likely occurred before the product reached Restaurant Chain A locations."
But it was not until Wednesday that Restaurant Chain A was identified by Food Safety News as the fast food favorite Taco Bell, based on data provided by a health official at the Oklahoma State Department of Health. In that state, 16 people had been infected with salmonella.
|by Think Outside the Bun||reply 38||05/16/2013|
The Ludicrousness of the Taco Bell Diet and the Fast Food Fairytale
As you may have heard, Taco Bell has recently announced the “Drive-Thru Diet”, a “diet” that centers around the idea that you can eat fast food and lose weight. Taco Bell uses Christine, a female who apparently lost 54 pounds over the course of two years by switching from her usual diet to the Drive-Thru Diet, as their spokesman for the campaign. If Christine truly ate the Taco Bell diet for two years straight, then Christine’s health is most likely destroyed. The Taco Bell diet is simply an extension of the Fast Food Fairy Tale. Read more to find out how and why.
The Taco Bell diet is a perfect example of big business taking advantage of the general public’s ignorance regarding nutritional information. Taco Bell flaunts the fact that the diet contains 7 items under 9 grams of fat. This might appeal to those who are not knowledgeable in fundamental nutrition, but it is quite obvious to many that this means nothing. Even if the product contains 9 grams of fat or less, it does not matter. The ingredients in the product reveal its real health value: zero.
Dimethylpolysiloxane is used in silicone caulk, adhesives, and even anti-foaming agents. It happens to also be in Taco Bell rice.
What many people do not realize is that weight loss is not more important than total body health. You can eat candy all day and still lose weight, as long as your caloric intake is less than your metabolic maintenance (how many calories you need each day). Weight loss is something that occurs after you improve your health, not something that leads to a health reformation.
Too many people are focused on simply shedding pounds, as opposed to ensuring that their body is in a state where it can begin to get rid of excess fat. If your body is being hampered by poor diet and excessive stress, how do you think your metabolism is going to function?
The ingredients of the food determine how it affects you, not the fat or caloric content. Counting calories is great if you simply want to lose weight (and who knows how much of this is truly fat), but if that’s all you focus on then you are truly wreaking havoc upon your health. Focus on the ingredients and the quality of the food. Taco Bell products may only have 300 calories, but 300 calories of what? Are you eating the MSG burgers, or drinking the aspartame sodas? The detrimental health effects of tampering with the food supply are well documented, and even the mainstream media is beginning to admit to their toxicity.
|by Think Outside the Bun||reply 39||05/16/2013|
More Cases Of Food Poisoning Reported Posted By Food Poisoning Attorney on December 13, 2006
Taco BellAuthorities in three states are investigating hundreds more cases of food poisoning in the northeastern United States, and federal investigators said yesterday that their prime suspect, green onions, may not have caused the outbreak.
The Food and Drug Administration said tests did not find green onions as the cause. All of the 64 confirmed cases of E. coli poisoning, in five states, are limited to people who ate at Taco Bell restaurants.
|by Think Outside the Bun||reply 40||05/16/2013|
Proponents of the global food system would have us believe that industrial processes have left our food all but free of bacteria, but the data do not support that contention. A recent US study found one in five samples of supermarket ground meat and poultry contaminated with salmonella, while another study found the sometimes fatal germ, enterococcus faecium in 86% of the supermarket chickens tested.
In fact, food poisoning incidents have risen in tandem with the growth of the industrial food system. According to the Centres for Disease Control and Prevention, salmonella-related illnesses in the United Stated have doubled in the last two decades, and similar increases are reported for illnesses from E. coli, campylobacter, and lysteria bacteria.
In the United Kingdom, food poisoning incidents increased five-fold between 1982 and 1999, according to the British Public Health Laboratory Service. In 1997 alone, over 54,000 food poisoning incidents were reported in England and Wales. That sounds like a lot, but the situation may actually be far worse. Research has shown that the ratio of unreported to notified cases is 30:1- pushing the 1990¹s annual, average to 1.4 million food poisoning cases per year.
Although most cases of bacteria-tainted food are the result of unsanitary conditions in the large-scale facilities that mass-produce and process foods, the response from corporate agribusinesses and health regulatory agencies has nothing to do with cleaning up, let alone reducing the scale of, the global food system. In the United States, approval has instead been granted for irradiation as a method of sterilizing meat and other food products. Although polls indicate that three-fourths of the US public does not want to eat irradiated food, this techno-fix is cheaper for industry and allows the fundamentally flawed global food system to go unchallenged.
In the long run, however, this solution is likely to create more problems than it solves. A large body of scientific evidence shows that irradiation reduces the nutritional value of food and leaves byproducts in the food that are themselves health hazards. Although e-beam technology is now being hailed by the food industry as a safe alternative to gamma ray irradiation- which uses radioactive materials- their effects on food are the same. According to Public Citizen¹s Critical Mass Energy Project,
|by Think Outside the Bun||reply 41||05/16/2013|
TACO BELL 'MEAT' ONE GRADE ABOVE DOG FOOD
There are eight grades of beef: prime, choice, select, standard, commercial, utility, cutter, and canner. The first three are the ones usually seen in stores. Standard and commercial are usually sold as ungraded or "store brand". The last three are rarely sold for human consumption and usually used for processed meats, ground beef, and most frequently: pet food. So yes, it's entirely possible (but unlikely) that you are eating the same meat as your dog, which doesn't really mean much. It's just ground up meat. If it won't kill your dog, it isn't going to kill you.
SO EAT, DOGS! SHILLY MCFRAUCUNT TELLS YOU TO!!!
|by Think Outside the Bun||reply 42||05/16/2013|
R38-R42 (as well as R25, R26, R34, and R36) has unhealthy rage issues. Careful dear, you're going to pop a blood-vessel in your brain or have a heart-attack or something. Your bizarre obsession is deeply disturbing. You can't leave these threads alone can you, you irrational ranting unhinged asshat?
|by Think Outside the Bun||reply 44||05/16/2013|
I'm usually game, but I'll pass.
I just don't like my food piled up like that.
It's the same reason I won't try Steak n Shake skillets or Waffle House scrambles. It just looks like vomit on a plate.
|by Think Outside the Bun||reply 45||05/16/2013|
Trolldar works for everyone, Shilly McFraucunt at 44.
I'm having a gas blowing your shitty toxic whore threads to pieces.
You're the one that'll die, you evil slavish whore of toxic corporations.
If you're "disturbed," then fuck off and go binge on more junk food, you trash.
|by Think Outside the Bun||reply 46||05/16/2013|
R46, are you deranged? If you actually used trolldar, you'd know I didn't start this post at all, and didn't chime in until sometime into it.
I've never had one of these things, for the record, and never will.
If you could stop binging on your own irrational hatred and bizarre obsessiveness on this topic, we'd all be better off, but especially you. You're seriously going to blow a gasket one of these days. And when you do, I'll just laugh at the irony.
But by all means, keep coming completely unglued, unhinged, and keep on insulting people with your over-the-top dramatics for no good reason. It's mildly entertaining.
|by Think Outside the Bun||reply 47||05/16/2013|
Back to the original topic...
I don't get the syrup. Many people put Tabasco or other hot sauce on their eggs. That would make more sense, given the theme of the chain.
|by Think Outside the Bun||reply 48||05/16/2013|
R48, maybe for the waffle?
|by Think Outside the Bun||reply 49||05/16/2013|
R31 Is that what heaven looks like?
|by Think Outside the Bun||reply 50||05/16/2013|
OP is a Taco Bell/KFC/Yum employee that also posted about KFC a few weeks back (see link).
You can smell the shill a mile away.
FUCK this horrible shit.
|by Think Outside the Bun||reply 52||05/16/2013|
Take a midol, r52. In fact, take two.
|by Think Outside the Bun||reply 53||05/16/2013|
Waffle taco? How trailer trash.
|by Think Outside the Bun||reply 54||05/16/2013|
Why wait until lunchtime for projectile diarrhea?
The vomiting can start early too, when you read the ad copy about that crap pile of food being a "breakfast hero."
|by Think Outside the Bun||reply 55||05/16/2013|
I've yet to step foot into a Taco Bell, therefore, I'm better than you.
|by Think Outside the Bun||reply 56||05/16/2013|
I know... you use the drive thru.
|by Think Outside the Bun||reply 57||05/16/2013|
It might not be the hero we deserve but it just might be the hero we need.
|by Think Outside the Bun||reply 58||05/17/2013|
Is this even considered real food? Is there any nutritional value? I don't even believe it tastes good. Even whole wheat oatmeal cookies, especially if they're made with natural peanut butter, would be better overall.
If I really needed a quick and cheap breakfast, is the oatmeal at any of these places decent?
|by Think Outside the Bun||reply 59||05/17/2013|
It's got meat and eggs in it, why wouldn't it have nutritional value?
|by Think Outside the Bun||reply 60||05/17/2013|
Who eats that shit, anyway?
|by Think Outside the Bun||reply 61||05/17/2013|
Actually, R53, I think I'll email marketing at Yum Brands and ask why some shill of theirs is bombing our site.
Meanwhile, you are cordially invited to lick me where I shit.
[quote] The vomiting can start early too, when you read the ad copy about that crap pile of food being a "breakfast hero."
Exactly. Who the fuck talks like that?
|by Think Outside the Bun||reply 62||05/17/2013|
It's only 89 cents because it's just in a few test markets and they want a lot of people to try it. Once it gets on the menu, it won't be that cheap and Marsha will have to go back to packing snacks (and probably saving her kids from obesity) rather than buying a dozen Waffle Tacos at a time.
|by Think Outside the Bun||reply 63||05/17/2013|
So interesting what you can find when you use Google.
I decided to Google "Taco Bell" and "breakfast hero" and lo and behold.....
|by Think Outside the Bun||reply 64||05/17/2013|
Would someone really bother with publicity here? There are like 50 regular users on DL
|by Think Outside the Bun||reply 66||05/17/2013|
They wouldn't R66, but there are these idiot trolls in this forum who INSIST that anyone who ever posts a sarcastic thread (like this one) or a supportive thread or an "I like this" thread is some paid shill. As if companies were paying millions of people to go around and post such things on forums like this.
Please. The delusion and tin-hat conspiracy-ism of it all is laughable.
These humorless scolds have no lives.
|by Think Outside the Bun||reply 67||05/17/2013|
[quote] These humorless scolds have no lives.
If you think this is funny, or "sarcastic," then the light from "no life" would take hundreds of years to get to whatever parent's basement you're living in now, toots.
|by Think Outside the Bun||reply 68||05/17/2013|
The pic at R64's link makes it look even nastier. Can't imagine the mom who buys those and let's them sit out all day for her kids.
|by Think Outside the Bun||reply 69||05/17/2013|
No OP, I rarely eat at fast food places, Burger King, McDonalds, Wendy's etc. The only one I think has half way edible food is Subway.
|by Think Outside the Bun||reply 70||05/17/2013|
R70, I had a friend who worked at Subway... she'll never eat there again. Just sayin'.
Each place has at least one or two items that is edible and not horribly unhealthy.
|by Think Outside the Bun||reply 71||05/17/2013|
R60, You can make heart-healthy oatmeal taste good by adding fruit, spices, nuts, etc.
While the egg in all breakfast sandwiches does contain protein, there's nothing else besides chemicals, poor quality fat, and artificial garbage. Even a low-fat whole-grain muffin and a piece of string cheese or some natural peanut butter would be tastier.
|by Think Outside the Bun||reply 72||05/17/2013|
R64, The pic of the oatmeal with strawberries looked decent, as an emergency breakfast when travelling and lacking time. I thought the frozen waffle trend was a joke.
|by Think Outside the Bun||reply 73||05/17/2013|
What is the obsession with oatmeal? I should mention that I love cream of wheat. LOL
|by Think Outside the Bun||reply 74||05/17/2013|
Eggs and waffle in one mouthful would would make me hurl.
|by Think Outside the Bun||reply 75||05/17/2013|
R44/47, you're the one over-reacting.
I'm so sorry to have maimed your soul while having fun text-bombing this shit-assed shilly McFraucunt thread.
It's quite obvious that corporate underlings and dullard binge-eating trash-munching drones and fraus post this kind of crap.
I'm sure they're glad that you've come to their defense, the poor things.
So, how is it working for Monsanto? Hmm, you slithering whorebait?
|by Think Outside the Bun||reply 76||05/17/2013|
R75, You forgot the fried hash brown patty that comes on top of the sausage. I originally thought that this whole thread was a joke. It's now all over the internet with the "nutritional info."
R74, I just thought that the pic of the oatmeal with strawberries looked OK, if I was travelling and needed a quick breakfast. I was wondering if anyone reading DL had tried it.
|by Think Outside the Bun||reply 77||05/17/2013|
[quote]...some natural peanut butter would be tastier.
|by Think Outside the Bun||reply 78||05/17/2013|
"It's now all over the internet with the "nutritional info.""
Because I was right. Shills and McFraucunts DO pervade this website.
I shall continue my text-b@mbing later. Off to eat some pork rinds!
|by Think Outside the Bun||reply 79||05/17/2013|
I'm eating 3 Dorito™ Taco Bell™ tacos right now and then Krispy Kremes™ for dessert followed by a Coca Cola™ brand beverage.
|by Think Outside the Bun||reply 80||05/17/2013|
No, R76/R79, you aren't right. You're an idiot. And your "taste" in humor is more twisted and foul than anyone else in this thead's taste in food.
You're just an asshole, who only [italic]thinks[/italic] he's funny.
|by Think Outside the Bun||reply 81||05/17/2013|
R80, I hope you have excellent medical coverage. Then again some of us don't believe in tempting fate. We also believe that the over utilized healthcare system should be left for those who are doing everything humanly possible to maintain their good health and well-being, and are just unlucky.
|by Think Outside the Bun||reply 82||05/17/2013|
[quote}I'm eating 3 Dorito™ Taco Bell™ tacos right now and then Krispy Kremes™ for dessert followed by a Coca Cola™ brand beverage.
Heresy! Taco Bell can only be eaten with PEPSI!
|by Think Outside the Bun||reply 85||05/17/2013|
[quote]Eggs and waffle in one mouthful would would make me hurl.
Yeah, that's sort of my reaction to the McGriddle as well. I can't stand syrup or syrup flavoring on eggs.
|by Think Outside the Bun||reply 86||05/17/2013|
Hey, eye-roller 81, 83, etc.
It's rather sad that you're shrieking about "Taste" in a thread about junk food.
And you're no Seinfeld yourself, bitch.
|by Think Outside the Bun||reply 87||05/17/2013|
Anyone who would eat this shit had all the taste burned out of their mouth years ago.
|by Think Outside the Bun||reply 88||05/17/2013|
Taco Bells in my area do not serve breakfast.
|by Think Outside the Bun||reply 89||05/17/2013|
But the horsemeat's excellent!!
|by Think Outside the Bun||reply 90||05/17/2013|
Just take the stick out of your ass, r82, AND
then shut the fuck up!!
|by Think Outside the Bun||reply 91||05/17/2013|
R91, Who made you the high and mighty ruler of DL? Or are you already running up your own sky high medical bills because you're a compulsive junk food over eater and dying drunk?
|by Think Outside the Bun||reply 92||05/17/2013|
R92, most of us want you to pull the stick out of your ass. It's not just R91.
|by Think Outside the Bun||reply 93||05/17/2013|
By "most of us," R93 (89, and dozens upon dozens of other snide posts), the official fan and co-enabler of corporate shilling, is speaking of her multiple personalities.
|by Think Outside the Bun||reply 94||05/17/2013|
R93, Are you DL's new psychic fraud? How do you know what most posters on DL want? Do you own DL?
|by Think Outside the Bun||reply 95||05/17/2013|
Yes, kindly take the stick out!!
Go post on some damn board that endlessly yammers on about the virtues of healthy eating and nutrition.
|by Think Outside the Bun||reply 96||05/17/2013|
Let R96 sit in her mother's basement in her caftan and catch up on her "stories" while eating a half gallon of ice cream and a dozen Twat Waffle Tacos!
|by Think Outside the Bun||reply 97||05/17/2013|
CUNT R95 and HUNDREDS OF OTHER POSTS:
Bla bla bla "All I do is talk about junk food"
"How dare you criticize me for promoting junk food."
"Loves me my obsessive opinions about junk food."
"How DARe you accuse me of being obsessed with junk food?"
|by Think Outside the Bun||reply 98||05/17/2013|
Hey Bloomberg freak at r97.
What's it to you? I eat and drink whatever I damn well please.
If that gets your little panties in a wad, so be it!
|by Think Outside the Bun||reply 99||05/17/2013|
"You're just an asshole, who only thinks he's funny."
And you're just an ass.
|by Think Outside the Bun||reply 100||05/17/2013|
If this is a social media troll, then I want to sit in the meeting with the non-digital marketing executives while they read the community management report and related keywords. Especially the big wordgraph with 'shillcunt' in big letters. Fun for the Board.
|by Think Outside the Bun||reply 101||05/17/2013|
"Marsha, we're seeing a bit too much engagement. Making erroneous accusations about the sanity of a potential customer isn't wise. You're fired."
|by Think Outside the Bun||reply 102||05/17/2013|
Jesus Christ, R98/R100/R102/and like forty other posts in this thread... GIVE IT A FUCKING REST!
|by Think Outside the Bun||reply 103||05/17/2013|
I think OP is the one who started a thread about Red Robin. So that means Taco Bell for breakfast and Red Robin for dinner.
Who says you can't have it all?
|by Think Outside the Bun||reply 104||05/17/2013|
I'm pleased to report that the gays love Taco Bell, just not fish tacos.
|by Think Outside the Bun||reply 105||05/17/2013|
OP is obviously a Mad Men advertising troll with a new Taco Bell account.
|by Think Outside the Bun||reply 106||05/17/2013|
[quote]You can make heart-healthy oatmeal taste good by adding fruit, spices, nuts, etc.
A restaurant in my town adds pecans and fresh fruit to oatmeal, then plunks a scoop of cinnamon ice cream on top of it. It's delicious.
|by Think Outside the Bun||reply 107||05/17/2013|
Ooooooooh, ice cream. Why didn't I think of that? Liveninig up breakfast one bowl at a time, LOL!
|by Think Outside the Bun||reply 108||05/18/2013|
[quote]She has been ordering the waffle tacos in the morning, and then offers them as after-school snacks to her kids. “I pass them out in the car during pickup time and they have a bite before we go to different sports events," she said. "It’s handy, and the price is right.
She buys these shit tacos in the morning and feeds them to her kids hours later? Aren't they cold by then? Does she reheat them? Does she refrigerate them in between? Does she just leave them in the car?
Her kids love lukewarm, hours-old fast food? Cold eggs and breakfast sausage in the afternoon?
|by Think Outside the Bun||reply 109||05/18/2013|
[quote] What's it to you? I eat and drink whatever I damn well please.
You are perfectly welcome to eat and drink whatever you want.
And I am perfectly FREE, as you are, to comment on these horrifyingly awful restaurants.
It constantly amazes me how often people on DL threads embrace some of the shittiest, most awful food in the world.
|by Think Outside the Bun||reply 110||05/18/2013|
R109, LOL. ROFLAO. Sure needed it this morning too. Thanks DL.
Still you forgot the cold, fried hash brown potatoes and artificial, chemical-laden syrup on top.
|by Think Outside the Bun||reply 111||05/18/2013|
There is no hash browns in it people.
|by Think Outside the Bun||reply 112||05/18/2013|
R112 has apparently eaten one of these sodium laden obesity turds.
|by Think Outside the Bun||reply 113||05/19/2013|
Eat the saliva of a Taco Bell underling at no extra charge!!
CHOW DOWN, MCFRAUCUNTS! It's the closet you'll get to eating a man!
|by Think Outside the Bun||reply 114||06/03/2013|