"This is blood. This is not jelly."
In the 45-second commercial, a burger is assembled in the most photogenic way possible, and then left to rot for the next four weeks.
But they weren't even after the free nuggets.
As offerings like the Popeyes sandwich surge in popularity, there's a surprisingly big demand for little chickens.
Much like a Polynesian Sauce stain on a pair of white pants, Chick-fil-A doesn't go away that easily.
Jonathan Cheban, aka Foodgod, signed a seven-figure deal with Burgerim, but the chain is now the brink of a Chapter 11 'reorganization.'
The somehow-controversial ad, which debuted more than four months ago, depicts a totally normal reaction to eating a good burger.
The HBO documentary premieres February 3.
Girl, it would've been so much cheaper to just pay for the dang sauce.
The owner of the Kansas McDonald's said that security footage proved that none of the restaurant's employees had defaced the coffee.
Who DOESN'T want their new cashmere sweaters and Bluetooth speakers to reek of ground beef and sour cream?
Imagine being sent a health professional to prove that you're not just sleeping off last night's White Claws.