Fast Food

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Not to gross you out or anything, but Buzzfeed recently created a video that featured 14 anonymous confessions (posted via Whisper) from fast food employees about how gnarly the industry is. Honestly, some of them are pretty unsettling, so just make sure you’re not munching on some McDonald’s fries while you’re watching this one.

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It’s back! Starting on April 21, KFC is reintroducing the infamous Double Down, the fairly intense bun-less, double-chicken fillet sandwich that baffles and frightens vegetarians around the world. It’s been around since 2010, but U.S. availability has been limited in recent years.

On a side note, the return of the Double Down will likely take a little wind out of Domino’s sails after they recently introduced a monster chicken dish of their own: a pizza with fried chicken instead of a crust.

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This little boy does a perfect impression of every single person who’s ever enjoyed the magic deliciousness that is Chipotle. Gosh, it feels like it was only yesterday that I too declared that Chiptole is my life.

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Domino’s has unveiled a slightly strange sounding “pizza” called “Speciality Chicken.” I’m a little lost on the overall angle behind this poultry-based creation, but here are the basics. It’s a pizza-like dish that’s had all of the dough swapped out for “12 bites of lightly breaded, 100 percent whole breast white meat chicken”. The chicken base can be dressed with a variety of toppings, including various sauces, meats, cheeses or veggies. The chicken pizza comes in four flavors: Crispy Bacon and Tomato, Spicy-Jalapeno-Pineapple, Classic Hot Buffalo and Sweet BBQ Bacon.

Watch Domino’s “Failure Is An Option” ad for the Speciality Chicken after the break along with the full press release…

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The season four premiere of Game of Thrones was packed with action but also with some funny moments. In one particular scene, the Hound goes on and on about chickens. He’s clearly hungry, and he’s got his eyes on the prize.

Because the internet is what it is, jokes about the Hound sponsoring KFC started hitting social media. Jimmy Kimmel and his team even went so far as to create a parody showing the Hound shilling for Colonel Sanders. It even caught author George R.R. Martin’s eye.

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For their last, “Prank it Forward” joke, the guys at pulled a good-natured gag on a hardworking waitress by showering her with awesome gifts. Now they’re keeping the good vibes going with their latest food-related prank.

Break teamed up with Jon Bailey from Screen Junkies (the man behind the epic movie trailer voice) for a fast-food restaurant gag called the “Epic Movie Voice Drive-Thru.” The reactions from the drivers are truly priceless. As soon as they hear Jon’s movie trailer voice, they can’t stop smiling and laughing.

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As you may already know, Mystique is the new Hardee’s girl. In this ad for the Western X-tra Bacon Thickburger from Carl’s Jr and Hardee’s she chows down on the huge burger, but not before morphing into a man first so she can manage the monster bite. Apparently, only a man can handle a burger with this much bacon.

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It probably seemed like a good idea at the time. Norwegian teenager Stian Ytterdahl of Lørenskog, Norway was challenged by his friends to get a tattoo of Barbie on his butt or this McDonald’s receipt on his arm. Apparently it was as some kind of punishment for getting a little too busy with the ladies (which we highly doubt). Ytterdahl decided the receipt was the better option of the two.

Once they were finished with the tattoo, Sabelink Tattoo asked if he’d be willing to get a copy of their receipt for doing the tattoo on his other arm and Ytterdahl said yes. He’ll be getting that one done next Monday.

“Now I’m a living billboard,” Ytterdahl told the newspaper Romereskes Blad, “But I think all this is just fun. Maybe it won’t be as fun when I’m 50 or 60 years, but it’s my choice.”

Photo via Sabelink Tattoo

(Gawker via Consumerist)