The Taco Bell waffle taco is coming to a colon near you.
Because the Twilly simply isn't disgusting enough, this fast food chain is apparently upping the nauseating ante, announcing this week that it will soon break into the national breakfast business.
The waffle taco - which is comprised of scrambled eggs, sausage and a side of syrup - sold well at five Southern California franchises earlier this year.
Now, the chain wants to give the heart-attack-waiting-to-happen an even bigger test run by including it on menus across the country this Thursday.
Brian Niccol, Taco Bell President, says the goal is to get a better idea of how well restaurants might be able to handle the added operational pressure from these waffle tacos.
"You only get one shot when you go with big items," he said.
In an attempt to also include healthy breakfast recipes, the chain will roll out yogurt parfait and oatmeal on Thursday as well.
Like the new McDonald's late night menu, the aim of Taco Bell is to expand its food service into different parts of the day because most fast food chains already pay fixed costs for rent and electricity.
They might as well milk as much money as they can while they do so, right? But still... a waffle taco?!? Will you eat this new Taco Bell item?