Fast food franchises like Taco Bell and McDonald’s are now fast-food memes, with fast food memes quickly becoming a staple of viral videos.
The memes are now being used to promote fast food and drive consumers to fast food restaurants.
Taco Bell has a new meme on its site that includes a picture of the restaurant with the caption “Crispy, fried chicken.”
It also includes a quote from a popular internet meme that has been featured in countless memes: “You can be anything you want in the world, but if you can’t have fun then you’re not going to make it in this world.”
The quote is from a meme by user “R-Tasty,” which has been used more than 9 million times and has garnered over 1.4 million comments.
It goes on to explain that “no matter how big you get, you can never be happy.
You will never make it.”
Taco Bell has used the phrase to push its “Cheese & Jalapeno Cheeseburger,” which features a photo of a Taco Bell employee who says “I’m going to take you home and grill it.”
Tacos has used other fast food references to promote the memes, including the McDonald’s logo and the word “Fast.”
R-tasty has also posted an image of the new Taco Bell logo, with the words “Fast, Fast, Fast.”
He wrote, “This Taco Bell ad is a perfect example of the meme power that Taco Bell wields, using its fast food meme power to drive its fast-casual business.”
Taco bell also shared an image with the meme, which has over 10,000 likes on Twitter.
The tweet reads, “It’s time to stop eating fast food because you can do more with it.”
The image features the slogan “Eat Fast, Go Fast,” and reads, “#EatFast,EatFast.”
The ad has already received over 1,500 retweets.
McDonald’s also has a meme on their website, and the image features a McDonald’s employee who is standing on a parking lot with a sign that says “Stop on a Yellow Brick Road.”
The McDonald’s ad features a woman and a man on a road with the sign, and they drive off together.
In one example of McDonald’s using the meme to promote its new “Cheeseburgers,” the company posted a photo on Twitter of a man who is sitting in a restaurant, looking at the sign.
The sign says “Cheers,” and the man’s hand says, “Pork & Cheese,” and a picture shows him standing in front of a sign with a chicken wing.
The post has received more than 4,600 retweeks.
Twitter is also taking the meme trend a step further.
@McDonalds has just announced their new @Cheesecarleston location, which is named #Cheesesburger.
pic.twitter.com/1mQeY5TfqP — Twitter (@twitter) February 17, 2021 A McDonald’s tweet in support of the Taco Bell campaign featured a photo that showed the slogan, “Eat fast, go fast,” as well as a man and woman walking on a busy road.
The caption reads, “@McDonaldz has announced the #CheersBurger, a new fast-and-easy meal that is loaded with flavor, so you can be the fast-paced, energetic, and fun you’ve always wanted to be.”
“We love seeing fast food products that reflect our company values, and we’ve been using the #FastCheers hashtag to inspire our fast-sliced, tasty, and healthy burgers for more than a year,” a McDonalds spokesperson told CNNMoney.
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