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Against All Odds, People Are Very Excited to Eat Taco Bell Breakfast Next Week

Viva!
Viva!

In sane times, when thinking is less clouded, Americans’ feelings about A.M. Crunchwraps aren’t particularly strong one way or the other. Peg free ones to a stolen base during Game 1 of the World Series, though, which stretches for 14 innings and five freaking hours, and everybody forgets it’s 42 grams of fat in an origamied tortilla. In the time-tested tradition of giving away very cheap food when statistically unlikely stuff happens at sporting events, Taco Bell went next-level and promised free breakfast to all of America on November 5 if a Met or a Royal stole a base during Game 1:

That totally happened:

And the reaction is nuts, although a lot of it is under the mistaken belief that free breakfast was this morning (something to consider next time, Taco Bell marketing department):

Of course, maybe Taco Bell knows something the rest of America doesn’t:

[Taco Bell]

Against All Odds, People Are Very Excited to Eat Taco Bell Breakfast Next Week