Taco Bell Tells It Like It Is: Where’s the Beef?

by Gabriel Hummel on February 2, 2011


What do you get when a law firm with too much time on their hands decides to file a lawsuit against a major fast food chain?

A healthy dose of ass kicking from a centerfold ad in the Wall Street Journal telling them exactly how big a bunch of assholes that they really are.

Here is the brief background story on this whole shenanigan. Basically the law firm sued them because they believed that there was not beef in the tacos they advertised, but “taco filling” and thereby doesn’t meeting the minimum requirements set by the USDA to be called ground beef.

Basically they were suing them for supposedly sticking a whole bunch of bullshit into a taco and selling it to the masses as the perfect beef drunk food.


Really now? I mean we all know that USDA standards, fast food quality, and the general disposition towards fast food is total shit, so why start a shit storm over something that is already beyond help. That’s like trying to beat a retarded kid up until he understands how fractions work.

Enter Taco Bell, they strut up like the corporate power house that they are and run a full page ad in the Wall Street Journal that pretty much treats the law firm like a little bitch and probably even causing some sadomasochism loving folks to get a little aroused.


I felt like I was watching the rock lay the smack down on all the jabronis of the food world, even if the quality of their food leaves them trailing behind in the special ed classes at school.


Greg Creed, even though your food is just terrible 80% of the time, you forever have my respect for telling those pencil pushing douche bags to shove it where the sun doesn’t shine.

3am drunk food for all


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