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The Popeye’s Fried Chicken Sandwich: New on the scene, and came with massive expectations. But the hype is real: it has reinvigorated the franchise. Does it have staying power? Remains to be seen.
The Five Guys Cheeseburger: Probably overpriced, but actually excellent. Needlessly and endlessly divisive. Its detractors will tell you that there are better options out there for better value, and that it doesn’t all live up to the hype. Its defenders will tell you that there’s a reason it’s so highly rated.
The McDonald’s McRib: Very good. In high demand. Typically only available for a limited time.
The In-N-Out Burger Secret Menu: You heard about its existence (his goal scoring ability) but can't actually see it.
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The Chipotle Burrito: Consistently good with a lot of different elements that make it unique to its peers. But, occasionally, something will spill out of the back even when you have a hand on it.
The McDonald’s 10-Piece McNugget: No flash. Just consistent as hell even during — wait for it — DIPS in form. You can rely on this whenever you need it.
The Taco Bell Mexican Pizza: Always, always, ALWAYS a choice made when you’re out of other options or you’re under the influence.
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Taco Bell’s Mountain Dew Baja Blast: Unbelievably cool and refreshing.
The Dairy Queen Blizzard: Always been something a luxury item, but was once genuine top quality. These days though, you should really limit how often you indulge in it.
The Skyline Chili 3-Way: Genuinely the worst thing in the world. Seemed like a good idea at first, but causes immediate, painful regret.