The 10 Worst Fast Food Trends of 2011
What's a great way to take advantage of this difficult job market? Fast Food answer: Offer a massive quantity of high-sodium, high-fat foods for cheap. McDonald's and KFC are doing it up nice and big.
One woman cried.
What first looked like a joke in The Onion turned out to be really, really true. DiGiorno released a new line of pizza, which is already pretty damn bad for you, coupled with another food that's bad for you. Sure, they're technically a mainstream store product, but the ridiculousness of this idea needs to be noted. Here's a crazy idea: What about "Pizza & Carrots"?
|We're surprised the fork isn't made of bacon|
It's as if KFC execs sat in a room and asked, "How can we nuke our customers with carbs?" Patton Oswalt described the Famous Bowl best as a "failure pile." So, now, we've stacked an extra sprinkle of sadness: more meat.
|This year's operative phase: "upgrade to a triple"|
Food stylists must have been confounded as to how to stylize this crap wallet. This meat purse. This steak coffin. Not only does it look like The End of All Things, it's called the Triple Steak Stack. What, in the name of Holy, is a steak stack and why am I eating it?
|This is what the McRib looks like de-sauced|
This year was special. This year the return of the McRib wasn't just a cult phenomenon. It was the year we discovered two things: The McRib bun is made with a chemical that's used in gym mats, and the pork factory they use to make the meat-shape is a horrible, hellish place.