This dreamily extreme milkshake was yellow cake-flavored with a big ol' mess of whipped cream and sprinkles. Why would something like this be introduced to us then taken away? Yes, we could just buy an actual cupcake, but sometimes we want to drink our sponge-based desserts.
We hadn't realized it, but in 1992 McDonald's stopped frying their apple pies. We're not sure why this happened, as back then there were still super-sized portions and no such trends as kale or organic veggies... So it couldn't have been for health reasons. Mysterious!
Why would this be taken from our sticky grasp? WHY? We would sell our first born for the return of miniature, easily accessible cinnamon rolls. Ok, not our first born... Maybe our unwanted middle child.
We thought this was a joke when we walked past a window ad for this a few years ago. So much so that we never inquired about it and now that regret shall live with us 'til our dying day. Yes, it's artery-cloggingly excessive, but LOOK! BURGERS!
These actually look like OK ribs. Not restaurant quality, but at least they're made from actual animal ribs, unlike the McRib sandwich, which could honestly be made of anything. Sadly, they are no longer.
Sonic still makes these breakfast sandwiches, but they've removed the key ingredient ”” sugar. The French toast element took things to a new level, but, intimidated by greatness, Sonic shut it down and replaced the awesome toast with, well, regular toast. LAME.
We don't get why this is such an evasive menu item. It seems to have come and gone a few times and, as it isn't holiday themed or promoting Star Wars: Whichever Episode Is Next, we can't think of a reason why.
So much bread, cheese, meat, lettuce and sauce glory and so few opportunities to ingest it.
Mmm... Minty, chocolateyice-creaminess.We know now not to get attached to any menu item with an upcoming movie slapped across it because there's no way it's sticking around long. Seems a bit unfair, though, because ogres have nothing to do with mint. Bring it back!
Once upon a time, life offered us so much choice we didn't know what to do with ourselves. Those were the good ol' days. Sadly, it turned out that"Hot dog or burger?" proved too much of a hard decision for customers and the dog was pulled.