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Burger King’s new ‘Mac ‘n Cheetos’ sticks leave the world gasping in horror

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Every year, fast food companies push the limits of what human beings will willingly eat, but Burger King’s new “Mac ‘n’ Cheetos” snack might put humanity’s appetite for junk food to the ultimate test.

Via Bloomberg, Burger King really is testing out a new snack that is essentially a macaroni-filled deep-fried cheese stick that is coated in Frito Lay’s trademark radioactive-orange Cheetos dust.

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For just $2.49, you can get a five-pack of Mac ‘n’ Cheetos at select Burger King locations over the next eight weeks or until supplies run out. Bloomberg says that eating five of the Trump-colored cheese sticks will pack on 310 calories, which sounds surprisingly low given how you’re eating deep-fried synthetic dairy goo.

But hey, we’ve learned to not knock something until you’ve tried it — and honestly, the Mac ‘n’ Cheetos do look marginally more appetizing than the terrifying bright-red Whopper Burger King released earlier this year.


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DC police demand people standing in line to vote go home — even though they’re exempt from curfew: report

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Although Washington, D.C. is under curfew due to the George Floyd protests, the DC Board of Elections and Mayor Muriel Bowser have made clear that anyone waiting to vote in the district's primary elections are exempt from the curfew.

But according to the reports of at least one voter, some police in the district are still telling people waiting in line to vote to disperse and return to their homes.

THIS MOMENT IN WASHINGTON, DC:• A citywide curfew in effect• It's election day• Voters are exempt from the curfew• This line to vote is stretches all 4 sides of the block• Peaceful protests underway only blocks away@NBCLX @nbcwashington pic.twitter.com/5uru5Yow1E

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Armed security forces in DC are refusing to identify their agencies — sparking condemnation

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On Tuesday, Mother Jones national security reporter Dan Friedman posted an image of heavily-armed federal officials overseeing protests in D.C. — and noted that they refused to identify their agency when asked.

Asked who they’re with, these guys say only that they’re with “The Department of Justice.” pic.twitter.com/ciVDtP8ndk

— Dan Friedman (@dfriedman33) June 2, 2020

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Internet scorns Trump for saying D.C. was the ‘safest place on earth last night’: ‘Bunker Boy says what?’

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On Tuesday, President Donald Trump took to Twitter to proudly proclaim he had succeeded in restoring order to Washington, D.C. last night.

Washington, D.C., was the safest place on earth last night!

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) June 2, 2020

Commenters on social media did not see it the same way.

Did your hear that George W. Bush’s former alum have launched a Super PAC to elect Joe Biden?

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