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All The Times Fast Food Let Down Your Very Important Cravings

Some of us rely on fast food restaurants on a daily basis, some of try to make them special occasion meals, but you know that if you're pulling up to the drive-thru you have a craving. An intense craving that can only be satisfied by the greasy, salty, cheesy flavor of your favorite chain. There's nothing like eating a pound of fries cooked in that familiar oil bath (looking at you, McDonald's). It's so great. But what about when the thing you're desperately craving is...bad? These are the #Fails that cut the deepest.

The sandwich that was not more beautiful on the inside:

False advertising pizza:

A tiny large fries:

When the doctor showed up inside your sandwich:

A chicken strip with heavy emphasis on the "strip."

This drink lid posing as a tomato:

That's... not a tomato... from r/shittyfoodporn

A sandwich that's chocolate bread might work, but the lettuce might be too much:

Really??? from r/shittyfoodporn

When the whole meal is unsalvageable:

I paid 3.75 from r/shittyfoodporn

When things get too complicated:

Don't make special orders at taco bell

Or so simple the main ingredient is missing:

Or maybe just one half of the main ingredient:

You had one job McDonald's burger guy...

It can be tough when there's a photo for comparison:

Burger King: King of Lies... [OC]

Or when you feel like you've had this meal before...somewhere. But it was different?

McDonalds gave me half a chicken patty instead of a chicken tender.

But the worst might be when it seems like the food is trying to kill you.


Kill you quickly, that is. We all know fast food is killing us slowly.