They ought to just come out and say what they really mean:
“Taco Bell. Because your inner lardass has been cooped up long enough.”
“Look, all these crappy fast food joints will make you fat, but who else can give you fiery, explosive diarrhea?”
TB have pissed me off one too many times. The location in the mall I live behind is staffed by monkeys with Downs. If they’re not screwing up my order, they’re digging up the overcooked remnants of the current batch of refried beans and crumbling the dried-up flotsam on my burritos as if there was absolutely nothing wrong with that.
Does anyone have a link to an online version of the commercial? All I can find on Youtube is lots of ‘parodies’ (the idiots posting lame videos on Youtube should just look up ‘parody’ in a dictionary).
In a country with such a high percentage of overweight people already, it’s irresponsible to be encouraging people to eat a fourth meal in the middle of the night, especially one as fattening and nutritionally deficient as Taco Bell.
That’s what is disgusting and offensive. (At least to me)
Kinda both. They’re not encouraging it. Hell, people get hungry at night, they eat. It happens. All they’re saying is “Hey eat here!” There’s nothing irresponsible about it. They’re just being a business.
The ads I’m talking about in the OP of this thread are not directed toward people who get the munchies at night. The ad campaign I’m talking about is the one which is claiming that only at Taco Bell can you “feel full” without spending too much money.
“I’m Full!” doesn’t signify, in these ads “I’m not hungry!” but rather “I’m satiated!” or in other words “My stomach actually feels stretched out from eating! How wonderful!”