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Visit Beautiful Toronto, With Its *Checks Notes* Nacho Cheese-Dispensing Taco Bell Billboard

Visit Beautiful Toronto, With Its *Checks Notes* Nacho Cheese-Dispensing Taco Bell Billboard

A Toronto Taco Bell location is getting a nacho cheese-dispensing billboard that nobody asked for.

Taco Bell Canada is bringing back the Naked Chicken Chalupa. If you’ve never had a Naked Chicken Chalupa, it’s like a taco only without the shell. Instead, the shell has been replaced by a piece of molded fried chicken in the shape of the taco shell that’s no longer there.

It’s actually quite delicious, so we’re not sure why Taco Bell Canada got rid of it in the first place.

Anyway, they’re bringing it back, and this time they’re adding nacho cheese to it. "Because everything is better with Nacho Cheese,” according to Taco Bell’s press release.

To prove that everything is indeed better with a large dollop of processed cheese on top, Taco Bell is also installing a billboard at Toronto’s flagship restaurant that dispenses nacho cheese on demand.

Brought a boring salad from home for lunch? Add nacho cheese. Just got a hoagie from the bodega across the street? Nacho cheese will kick it up a notch. Toronto street meat not adventurous enough for you? Add nacho cheese to increase your risk of a sudden coronary. Because nothing says “excitement” like a heart attack.

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The cheese-dispensing billboard will be available on January 19th from 11:30 AM to 2:30 PM at Taco Bell’s Queen St. West location. We’re not exactly sure how Taco Bell will keep their processed cheese from freezing into a solid mass of bright yellow rock since Toronto in January is about as cold as the Arctic, but we’re sure they’ll have an army of interns with blow dryers to keep the cheese flowing.

Chalupa
via Taco Bell

Oh, and there will be free samples of Naked Chicken Chalupas. Y’know, if you’re lookin’ for a healthy alternative to pure processed cheese.

Both cheese and chalupas are on a first come, first served basis, so Torontonians had better plan their day accordingly. And if you’re in the area visiting Toronto during the least likely period for tourists to come visit Toronto, then you might as well see this billboard. What else is there to do in Toronto in January?

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