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Scandalous Video Alleges That Little Caesars Uses DiGiorno Pizzas

We all know that fast food restaurants use their fair share of less than appetizing methods to bring us the cheap cuisine we know and love. It's not really a shock to find out that the making of a $5 pizza is not that aesthetically pleasing, but one thing we do expect is that a chain will use its own products.

Little Caesars has been no stranger to social media related controversy lately, after an employee revealed how their pizza sauce gets made. However, another viral video has counteracted this by suggesting that they don't make their own pizza at all. In a TikTok shared by @snowmanprotector, the sign of a Kmart Little Caesars is shown before panning to what appears to be a staff member standing beside a pile of DiGiorno's boxes. Many were taken aback at the blatant ripoff happening right in front of paying customers, but some current and former employees hit back, insisting that the food was made from scratch. Others were more confused that a pizza chain also seemed to sell popcorn. Either way, one thing's for sure: this time, it is delivery.

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Heartbreaking Food Scams That Hit Us Right In The Feels

We all love to make jokes about how chip bags are 75% air, at this point, it's basically a meme on its own and we've come to accept it. Plus, apparently, the air keeps the chips fresher or something. This is all to say that we have become accustomed to this 'food scam,' it doesn't hurt so much whenever we pop open a bag of lays. However, if it's something different, something that we actually had high expectations for, the only way to explain how this makes us feel is 'heartbroken.' And no, that is not being dramatic.

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The Internet Is Divided After Finding Out How Little Caesars Makes Its Sauce

It's common knowledge that most fast food restaurants don't  exactly serve the finest products in the world. You don't get a full meal for $5 without cutting a few corners, although as a customer you're usually shielded from how that process works.

However, this is no longer the case for patrons of Little Caesars. The sauce making process for the pizza chain was recently leaked by an employee filming themselves producing a batch. Showing a mixture of tomato puree, herbs and water blended in a container, the distinctly unappetizing video has been viewed nearly five million times and produced some polarized reactions.

Some people were completely repulsed, and pointed out the gross breach of sanitation regulations involved with preparing food on the floor. Others claimed it did nothing to put them off ordering there again. On top of these was a third group, who pointed out that what the video was showing was not really much of a shock. At this point, they argue, surely we all realize that quality gets sacrificed for convenience.

From the beans at Taco Bell to the eggs in a hotel breakfast, people 'exposing' the truth behind mass catering has been a prominent viral trend over the past year or two. Boosted by TikTok's huge audience for behind the scenes job videos and the pandemic increasing reliance on takeout, revelations on the topic have become an almost expected part of the viral social media cycle. The truth behind our food is not so much of a shock as a grim acceptance of how we consume in society today. Our pizza sauce might look worse in a tub that it does on the pie, but aren't we primed to accept that already?

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Best Summer Drunchies Food According To Your Horoscope

It's no secret that the stars dictate our lives, from job promotions to friendships to sex lives. Obviously, hot girl summer calls for a helluva lot of partying, and drunchies (read: drunk food cravings) are inevitable to follow. Because the cosmos call the shots about literally everything, it makes sense that our deepest food cravings would be inexplicably tied to our horoscope. Because science, b*tch. In conclusion, you're entitled to scarf down the following drunchies all summer because the zodiac says so. You're welcome. 

Drunk food based on your horoscope | thumbnail text - Jersey Shore and Date Movie
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Chick-Fil-A Employee Shares Orders They Receive, Wants To Know Why Customers Are Like This

Foodservice can be a taxing industry to work in. The fast-paced environment, formidable Karens and all-round frequent crises mean the average shift doesn't leave much room to breathe. If anything, that is all the more reason for fast food workers to find the entertainment value where they can. 

This is the philosophy behind @etherealloverboy's videos. An anonymous Chick-Fil-A employee, their account is dedicated to showing off the many strange and occasionally baffling orders that their branch receives. Examples range from customers asking for items that the chain doesn't even produce to combinations that don't seem to make any sense (kudos to the person eating mac and cheese with a straw). It's not all weird customer requests, either. The occasional order or motivational message from other crew members also slips through. 

Overall, the insight these videos provide offer a revealing, entertaining portrait of what it's like to deal with the hangry general public every day. It does leave us with some questions, though, like how do they manage to deal with them all?

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13+ Wholesome & Endearing Texts From Boomers

It's no secret that boomers have developed quite the reputation for themselves. Out of touch. Lack of concern for the environment. Deniers of climate change. Thanks to them, we've inherited unsustainable policies, warped priorities, and ancient educational systems. Boomers are also among the first to vilify young people - especially millennials. But for all this arguably terrible sh*t, it's fair to say that it's #NotAllBoomers. There are boomer moments that make us smile instead of scowl. Most notably, some of the older set's attempts at texting. These examples - mostly between grandparents and grandchildren - are a great reminder that technology, while cursed, can bridge the gap between our generations. And, according to a few of these texts, so can fast food. 

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Karen Dishes Out Entitled Advice To McDonald's Customer Who Deserves More Chicken Nuggets

Welcome to another week of advice from our resident Karen! Have no idea how to show the manager who's boss? Don't worry - Karen's a professional when it comes to dealing with those pesky managers. This week, she gives advice regarding drama at a McDonald's drive-thru, a snooty restaurant that discriminates against pregnant women, and a bratty babysitter who doesn't appreciate what she's got. Scroll down for this incredible advice column. 

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A Tribute To The Funkalicious Memes Of Guy Fieri

In this world of cursed recipes, depression meals and viral recipe trolls, it sometimes feels like the internet's relationship to food is one deliberately designed to be as off-putting as possible. 

However, we don't have to despair completely — we still have Guy Fieri. The flamboyant chef is a one man antidote to toxic food memes, overshadowing them one flame print shirt at a time.

The Mayor of Flavortown has made a name for himself over the years, winning over memers with his big personality and excessive approach to everything edible. Not only does this formula have him winning popularity contests, he's also raking in the cash. He's reportedly scored an $80 million deal by renewing his contract with Food Network, guaranteeing us another three years of extravagant junk food and even more extravagant adjective usage. Naturally, this is the perfect excuse for the perusal of some fine Guy Fieri memes, so strap in tight for some righteous, lights-out delicious content.

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Secrets McDonald's Employees Discovered While Working There

This enlightening AskReddit thread has McDonald's employees revealing various secrets they learned while working at the infamous fast food restaurant. If anything, it's surprising that things aren't grosser. Also, that idea about throwing an apple pie in a plain McFlurry and blending the two together sounds like pure genius. 

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Entitled Karen Thinks Army Cadet Works At McDonald's

You just never know if you're about to cross paths with a ferociously entitled, plain old belligerent Karen who is determined to enact chaos and misery upon someone else's existence. In this case, we have no idea what must've been going through this entitled Karen's brain. It's almost like some of these people only get angrier when they're rightfully corrected on their prior brain fart. Sounds like this Karen absolutely got put in her place. For some more ridiculous Karen drama check out this story about a Karen who took her sweet time in a handicap space, and then proceeded to get blocked in

An entitled Karen thinks that army cadet works at McDonald's and learns otherwise.
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40 Brutally Relatable Fantasy Memes

We love the way these fantasy object-labeling memes take epic, ridiculous fantasy art and spin it into something that most people can relate to - or at least laugh at. 

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Do you remember the last time you had McDonald's ice cream? Neither can we. A big reason for that is because their ice cream machine is always broken. This is such a widespread issue that it's become a meme, there's a real-time internet map of broken McDonald's machines, and now, thanks to Johnny Harris, there's an impressively comprehensive investigative documentary that gets to the bottom of this fast food phenomenon.

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Woman Gets Roasted And Toasted On Twitter After Posting About Healthy Vs Unhealthy Food Prices

Food insecurity is a real issue in the US. Depending on your age, budget, and location, the kinds of food you have access to can be extremely different. In most major cities you can find a wide variety of cheap meals, and bargain prices even on healthy foods. But if you live in a more rural area, unless you are lucky enough to have a garden or farm nearby, the closest place to grab food might be a Mcdonald's or a little gas station.

Twitter user @dremilyportermd struck a conversation online about the major food price differences between her local grocery store and her local Mcdonald's. Some people support her assertions, but other people have strong counter-arguments.

Woman Gets Roasted And Toasted On Twitter After Posting About Healthy Vs Unhealthy Food Prices| thumbnail text - Emily Porter, M.D. @dremilyportermd ... I just got a double cheeseburger, small fries and large Diet Coke at McDonald's for $3.25 so please stop fat shaming or blaming the single mom of 2 working for $7.25/hour for her "unhealthy choices" or high blood pressure when non-organic raspberries are $8.96/pound at Walmart. 10:27 PM · Apr 14, 2021 · Twitter for iPhone 4,147 Retweets 277 Quot
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Wife Fuming After Catching Husband Selling Her Sandwiches To Buy Fast Food For Lunch

Anyone who buys lunch every day at work will know how fast the bills add up. A coffee here, a burger there, and a salad somewhere else, these 'small' costs can suddenly become significant accumulated amounts. One couple decided that in an attempt to save up for a house, part of their cost-cutting strategy would be for the husband to bring in his wife's homemade sandwiches instead of buying fast food. But when she found out through his coworker that he had been selling her sandwiches to them and using the money to buy fast food instead, she was understandably devastated and felt like she was being taken advantage of.


wife fuming after husband sells the sandwiches she made him to his coworkers to buy fast food | thumbnail text - Posted by u/Danny109 3 days ago AITA For no longer making my husband sandwiches to take to work after discovering he was selling them? Not the A-hole My F33 husband M37 works at an advertising company. We're struggling a bit financially because we're saving up to purchase a new aprtment. He is used to eating fast food and it was costly. He had no problem spending money daily on fast f
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'Karen' Dishes Out Entitled Advice To Woman Angry About Cinnamon Toast Crunch Missing Shrimp

Karens across the nation are getting exactly what they want when they want it. It's about time that you get what you want out of life too. Luckily for you, Cheezcake's residentKaren shares fire advice on a weekly basis that will surely have you living your best life in no time. Next time you're not getting what you want, there's no need to be down about it. Just come to Karen's advice column and find out exactly what you need to do.

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Well, there you have it. This TikToker went viral over a video they shared where they point out what appears to be some seriously deceptive tomfoolery centered on the cookies situation at McDonald's. Maybe life will never be the same for some folks out there.