Fast food chains serve up familiar food that rarely changes much, and when people get bored of eating the same old menu items they hack the menu- and share their creations on the internet.
This is exactly what the internet community wants and needs, so they encourage people to play Dr. Foodenstein and create new monster hacks- and the world of fast food is a scarier place because of it.
Sickening creations like the Saucy Buns from McDonald's (practically every sauce available on a bun) and the Protein Shake from Dunkin Donuts (bacon, eggs, coffee, sausage and cheese blended into a smoothie) are hacks gone wrong.
So who could possibly bring themselves to devour these monstrosities?
Brave Ben Wyman from Cracked put his stomach on the line for the sake of research, and he was so gung-ho about his terror-filled taste testing he actually created his own monster meal- the Tac-Urr-Acho-Dilla Grande Supreme.
This horrifying Taco Bell hybrid is a taco, nachos and a burrito stuffed inside a quesadilla, and Ben had to fight to bring it to life:
The staff were upset that I had predicted their next meal, and were insistent that they couldn't stuff a taco, nachos, and burrito into a quesadilla, citing small-minded concerns like "the tortilla isn't large enough" and "it would be an affront to the very concept of civilization." But I wasn't about to let them stand in the way of progress, and eventually they relented.