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New Taco Bell breakfast ad features real men named Ronald McDonald

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Who knew Ronald McDonald would love Taco Bell’s new breakfast menu so much? The brand new ads from the Mexican chain of foods features not just one, but a whole bunch of men with the name of Ronald McDonald enjoying the new morning items. USA Today reported on March 27 that 25 men with the same name as the well-known fast food clown has been featured in the new ads.

The ad starts out by saying, “To show you just how much people are loving Taco Bell’s all new breakfast, we asked some very special people.”

Next, you will see each man introducing themselves as Ronald McDonald while enjoying a breakfast crunchwrap and other goodies from the new menu. At the end of the commercial, a whole bunch of Ronald McDonald’s confess, “My name is Ronald McDonald, and I love Taco Bell’s new breakfast.”

According to Taco Bell, they have found 400 men with the same name as the McDonald’s clown, but only 25 were used for the commercial.

The new breakfast menu rolled out on Thursday and Taco Bell is taking this opportunity to try to make you switch from the ever popular McDonald’s to their new line of 14 breakfast offerings.

This Taco Bell ad may not bring a smile to the Ronald McDonald with the bright red hair and painted face, but the real deals seem to be enjoying it.



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