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Taco Bell Serves Up Breakfast With New “Firstmeal” Campaign

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Holy crap I just found a new reason to get up before noon, Taco Bell is now serving breakfast! Seriously who would not eat Taco Bell every meal (including the fourth meal) if given that option? 

I am big on breakfast, give me a burrito in the morning and I am a happy man the rest of the day even if I don’t eat again until the next morning. I love breakfast!

The new Taco Bell breakfast menu includes a huge burritio stuffed with egg, potatoes, steak, and cheese, and a side of Cinnabon delights (crispy fried bits of dough filled with icing).

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