A man has gotten a giant O.J. Simpson tattoo on his leg. But here's the truly incredible thing: it may not even be the strangest piece of ink we've seen this week. Taco Bell has released the video of a patron named Jason who loves the Beefy Brunch Burrito. Show More Summary
One man loves Taco Bell so much that he was willing to get one of their signature burritos tattooed on his arm.
Many years from now, several dozen students will shuffle into a classroom and take their seats before their hologram teacher appears and begins giving that day’s lesson plan, brought to them by the Taco Bell and Geico Department of Education. Show More Summary
Taco Bell is testing a new breakfast item at select locations in Orange County: a lightly-fried waffle in the shape of a hard taco shell stuffed with sausage and egg and served with a packet of maple syrup.
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We here at Consumerist often get love letters and jewelry from admirers (Well, maybe not that often… or ever), but we have yet to be wooed with handwritten letters of affection and branded rings provided by a large fast food chain. Like something out a romance novel sponsored by Yum! Brands Inc., a number of models and actresses — Sports … [More]
Taco Bell's line of taco shells made with Doritos flavors are, of course, awesome. That's why Taco Bell has been able to sell half a billion of them. Not everything in life (e.g. cars, houses, in-laws) comes in delicious Doritos flavors, but tacos do. Show More Summary
Taco purveyor Taco Bell has been sending b-list models jewelry and handwritten love notes. "We like you. So we wanted to give you this custom Taco Bell ring," reads the note. "Only a handful of special ladies like yourself are...
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I went looking for the waffle taco. I did not find it. But I did find something worth writing about. And now, like every annoying independently made comedy movie ever, I shall metaphorically c...
Taco Bell for breakfast?
The following video is from Friday's Motley Fool Money roundtable discussion with host Chris Hill and analysts Ron Gross, James Early, and Charly Travers. Taco Bell has already found huge success with the Doritos Locos Taco. Now Taco Bell is testing a new breakfast concept called the Waffle Taco. Show More Summary
Photo by World of Coca-Cola A Georgia man allegedly discovers Coca-Cola's secret original recipe, restaurant owners have a public meltdown on Kitchen Nightmares, and a prison inmate claims Taco Bell stole his idea. Read below for the full... Read more
Taco Bell Even by Taco Bell's (YUM) wacky standards, its latest product is a head-scratcher: The "Mexican-inspired" fast-food chain is currently in the midst of testing a waffle taco. The waffle taco -- which is exactly what it sounds...Show More Summary
Where do wildly popular fast food ideas come from? According to Gary Cole: Prison. That is the contention of Cole, who claims that it was he who invented Taco Bell’s famous Doritos Locos tacos while doing time in maximum security federal prison in Florence Colorado. He...
An inmate is suing Taco Bell, claiming that the restaurant stole his idea of making a hard shell taco out of a Doritos chip.
Gary Cole, a federal prison inmate in Northern Texas, has filed a lawsuit against Taco Bell because he says he invented the concept of the ridiculously popular Doritos Locos Taco. And Taco Bell and Frito-Lay stole it from him. According...Show More Summary
Taco Bell is testing out a new breakfast waffle taco at three Southern California locations as part of the fast food chain's increased breakfast service. A staff member mole at a Santa Ana, Calif., location confirmed that the waffleShow More Summary
Just how did Taco Bell come up with the brilliant idea of making a hard shell taco out of a Doritos chip? If inmate Gary Cole is telling the truth, Taco Bell got the idea from him. The inmate filed a lawsuit against Taco Bell this week claiming that the restaurant stole his idea. According [...] Inmate Sues Taco Bell For Stealing Doritos Idea is a post from: The Inquisitr
A federal prisoner in Arizona is suing Taco Bell, who he believes stole his idea to create Doritos Locos Tacos. According the Dallas Observer, prisoner Gary Cole (no, not the actor) is representing himself in a federal lawsuit against...