Ads vs. Reality : The Big Fat Lie Of Fast Food Advertising
By: Tom S.
McDonaldâ€™s Filet O Fish Sandwich
The Filet O Fish: simple yet sophisticated.
|Apparently there's not much you can do wrong with a hamburger as simple as the Filet O Fish, cause the real thing looks a remarkable lot like the one in the ad.|
McDonaldâ€™s Sausage McMuffin
If you want to start your day with a nice fatty meal, the Sausage McMuffin seems like a pretty good option.
In reality, the Sausage McMuffin doesn't look all that tasty. In fact, we'd fake morning sickness just to avoid eating it.
Pizza Hut Bread Sticks
Source: Cassandra Shie, AOL
We like Pizza Hut's Bread Sticks. They only look slightly less tasty than in the ad.
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