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

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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