Even if you down this warm toxic sludge with a diet soda, you're still satisfying your "craving" (not "hunger"*) with roughly 1000 calories of nutrient-deficient grease, cheese and empty carbs. Meanwhile your heart is busy craving relief from your brain's cravings, you've once again trained yourself to respond to any notion that you haven't eaten for several minutes by piling in the cheapest, most palatable junk available, and you've gulped down something that is just going to make you sluggish and sad if not downright exhausted (just in time to hit up Starbucks for a sugar rush!) within minutes after hitting the bloodstream.
Yeah, looks so much fun. Especially when we get still shot after still shot of people jamming this poison into their face holes. Thanks, Taco Bell, for remaining a great big part of the problem.
*as if there is any difference between "craving" and "hunger" in America today. Most of us walk around dehydrated and confuse thirst with hunger, so why not just confuse cravings with hunger as well? After all, this slop is cheap and available within two or three miles of pretty much everyone in the United States- if not Taco Bell specifically, some other sugar and fat merchant ready to take your order. F--k your heart; what has it done for you lately?