Sunday, November 29


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These Starbucks customers took the ‘invisible car’ prank to a new level

A group of Starbucks customers are going viral after being caught in the middle of an outlandish drive-thru prank.The stunt was shared on TikTok by an employee named Alissa. Her video, which has more than 1.6 million views, shows a clip from her store’s drive-thru camera.Alissa and a coworker are watching the footage in real-time, as they react to a group of four customers at the order window. However, the group looks a lot different than usual.The young customers aren’t sitting in a car, but each of them is seated as if they are. One man, in the front, is even pretending to drive the “invisible” vehicle.“You know this is the kind of s*** that make our job worth it lmao,” Alissa captioned her [email protected] You know this is the kind of shit t...
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Olive Garden adds ‘giant’ chicken Parm to menu

Olive Garden, somehow sensing that the world is in desperate need of a very specific pick-me-up, quietly re-added its famous Giant Chicken Parmigiana dish to the menu.For anyone who wasn’t regularly dining at Olive Garden in 2019, the Giant Chicken Parmigiana is 11.5-inches-long and smothered in marinara sauce and cheese. It’s served with a side of fettuccine Alfredo, in case a foot of breaded chicken doesn’t satisfy your hunger.The meal was first introduced as part of Olive Garden’s “Giant Italian Classics” menu. A 12-ounce meatball and jumbo four cheese-stuffed pasta shells dishes were also featured. Of course, every meal comes with a starter of soup or salad and unlimited breadsticks.The Giant Chicken Parmigiana will set you back around $20 and is over 1,...
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Taco Bell customers are freaking out over rumors of a ‘ridiculous’ menu change: ‘How could they do this?

Taco Bell is stirring a wave of online controversy over a series of “ridiculous” potential menu changes.The news, which sent social media users into a frenzy, began when an insider posted on Reddit about a series of dishes expected to disappear in mid-August. The Reddit user, who is a verified employee at the fast-food chain, shared that many beloved items were getting the ax.Among those cuts: All potato items, the 7-layer burrito, the spicy tostada and the triple-layer nachos. Perhaps most notably, the quesarito — a fan-favorite dish that is basically a quesadilla combined with a burrito — is also allegedly on the outs.None of these changes have been officially confirmed by Taco Bell. However, the company did tell Insider in a statement that it is in the...