In Videos: Fast Food Feedbags on 'The Onion News Network'

Fast Food

Would you like fries (or onion rings or chicken tenders) with that?

"It's hot steamy food in your face right now."


Sure, eating is fun, but it's just so darn time- and energy-consuming. Fortunately, The Onion News Network announces the fast food industry's latest development: wearable feedbags.

"Something that we heard over and over again was, 'I really love your food; I just wish it wasn't so much work to have to eat it,'" says a fast food executive in the video. Obviously, the only way to solve this problem is to strap your food to your head.

"Sometimes I don't feel like moving my arms, so this way you can just have it on your face, close to your mouth, so you don't have to pick anything up," says a man with sauce all over his chin.

Information on the eventual development of family-style feed troughs and drive-through feed hoses after the jump.

Fast Food Feedbags on 'The Onion News Network'

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