If you thought you knew everything about fast food, think again.
One in every eight American workers has been employed by McDonald's
McDonald's is Brazil’s largest employer
In England you can buy a McDonald's Bacon Roll
It is literally just bacon and ketchup on a roll
A McDonald's Corn Muffin has more Calories than a Glazed Doughnut
McDonald's in Germany sells beer
In Japan you can buy the McDonald's Bacon Potato Pie
Which, again, is literally just a pie stuffed with bacon and potatoes.
Antarctica is the only continent on the planet without a McDonald's
In Australia because of a copyright conflict Burger King is called Hungry Jack's
You would need to walk for 9 miles to burn off the calories of a Double Whopper with cheese
Chinese Burger King's started carrying a Black Truffle Angus XT
It had truffles on it and endive instead of lettuce. Shockingly, it only cost $5 American.
Burger King made the first ever fast food attack ad in 1981 which starred Sarah Michelle Gellar
Wendy’s offered the first ever value menu in 1988
This guy is eating all of it at once...
Wendy's claims it created "the first modern-day, drive-thru window" in 1971
Frosties at Wendy's the Philippines come with coffee-flavored jellies in them
Wendy's has a 1 lb. burger not listed on the menu called the Classic Home Run
When KFC first translated the slogan "finger lickin' good" into Chinese, it came out as "eat your fingers off."
The only complete, handwritten copy of KFC's 11 herbs and spices is kept in a vault in corporate headquarters
This list comes pretty close though...
In some locations you can buy 'Mashies' – balls of mashed potato cooked in batter
Wendy's founder Dave Thomas invented the KFC paper chicken bucket when he was a franchisee of several locations in Ohio
The bucket's original design
Chinese KFCs sell a porridge of rice with pork, egg, pickles and mushrooms called "Congee"
Colonel Sanders' full name is Harland David Sanders
Taco Bell has failed twice in Mexico, the second time even trying to advertise as "authentic American food"
In China Taco Bell is called Taco Bell Grande and serves alcoholic Margaritas
The Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico and Canada are the only places where Taco Bell offers French fries
Chalupa is a Spanish word that means boat
Spanish Taco Bells sell a Chocodilla, which is a chocolate quesadilla