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Burger King Unveils Unholy Love Child of Cheetos and Mozzarella Sticks

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They're served with ranch dressing, because why the hell not

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What fresh hell is this? Terrorizing the globe with chicken rings"angry" Whoppers, and (ugh) hot dogs apparently wasn't enough for Burger King. The chain has just unveiled its newest novelty food — Mac 'n Cheetos, which appear to be a mashup of three all-American favorites: mac and cheese, mozzarella sticks, and Cheetos.

They're currently being tested only in select Southern California stores, and one YouTube fast food reviewer has bravely done a taste-test for the benefit(?) of the human race. The alarmingly orange, deep-fried outer vessel breaks open to reveal disturbingly congealed pasta and cheese, and with unbridled enthusiasm he pronounces it a "very thick, hearty bite," rating this item an improbable 10 out of 10. (He also notes that the "authentic" Cheetos aroma has permeated his vehicle, which seems less than desirable.)

According to Brand Eating, these monstrosities come five to an order and sell for somewhere in the neighborhood of $1.99 — but also consider the cost of removing the stink of Cheetos from your car's upholstery.


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