If you spend a lot of time with high school students you should be pretty well acquainted with Taco Bell. Which is why it's surprising that the delicious fast food was able to cause so much confusion at Del Campo High School in Sacramento, California.
On July 7, 1999, Dave Whipple bought a McDonald's hamburger. The Utah man didn't intend to eat it, but instead he wanted to prove that the burger was so pumped full of preservatives that it would look the same after a month.
Here's a helpful video, if you were wondering how many carrots you could eat without going over 2,000 calories. If that sounds like something you definitely do not need to know, 2,000 calories is also quantified in Big Macs, pizza, Chipotle burritos and delicious, delicious avocados...
There is just something about fast food that makes people abuse 911. In the past, folks have been arrested after calling emergency services to report problems with their orders at Burger King, McDonald's, Subway and Hardee's.
Taco Bell was forced to retract its anti-vegetable commercial for promoting its 12-pack of tacos. The ad opens with the narrator deriding vegetables, saying "Veggies on game day is like punting on fourth and one — it's a cop out."
In Taco Bell's 2013 Super Bowl commercial we meet Bernie Goldblatt, an older gentlemen who is being wished good night by an aid at the Glencobrooke Retirement Home. Or so she thinks he is going to sleep. In fact, Bernie's night is just beginning.