The thing about fast food, or “quick casual dining” if you’re impression fancy, is that most of the creation are in fairly recognizable houses. You know the pizza shanty, the golden archways, and the big ‘ol bucket that offers you fried chicken.
That’s why when those business close up shop and move on with “peoples lives” a couple miles down the road, it makes sense for the incoming business to do something to kind of change up the looking a bit. I’m not saying they have to completely renovate the place and start from scratch, but perhaps put a little bit of endeavour into buying a new sign or something?
In other terms, these houses aren’t fooling anyone…
You can bank on McDonald’s.
Did you have to pay a cover charge when this nightclub was a church?
Are they still dunking donuts inside?
A law office in a Taco Bell in case you want to sue for food poisoning.
The book is always better than the movie.
There’s really not much of a difference…
Let’s see. We’re selling carpet out of a failed video store. Let’s keep the Hollywood, baby!
Or if carpet isn’t your thing, how about some “herbs” instead?
It was “Majestic” before. Pretty clever, guys.
And on the eighth day, the Lord told, “Wednesday we will honor double coupons.”
Go in for a taco, come out with a tickler.
It’s not Hollywood, but it’s close enough.
That sign is SUPER convincing.
Does that mean I can get Thai-spiced Kentucky Fried Chicken?
Who requires burgers when you can go to the king for great fries?
Can you watch a movie in this Walgreens?
The burger king has been taken over by the egg roll king. It was an epic battle.
What used to be a tire store is now a coffee shop. Seems legit.
Get the “best buy” on your Halloween decor.
No pizza, but a dancer named “Pizzazz” might be working on that night.
Yeah, so let’s only swap out the “G” for an “R.” That should do the trick.
I have no idea what this hotel was before…
But can I still get a waffle?
Technically there might be circuits in an auto components store…
Might as well have just called it, “China Hut.”
What goes better with pizza than liquor?
Forget Wendy. Let’s move on to Victoria.
Who knew pizza was so expensive that you might have to take out a loan?
I’m guessing it didn’t take “days” for this idea to come to fruition.
And then he told, “Be Kind. Rewind. Amen.”
It turns out, he was NOT the papa.
How does a drive-thru buffet run, exactly?
Free tuition tax course with every purchase of a deep dish pizza!
Honestly, are they even trying?
It’s secretly policy interventions. Go in for a “krispy” donut. Arrive out with a weight loss plan.
Who needs a bell when you are able to have a whole shop?
Wendy wedded John. He favor tacos to burgers. End of story.
Nice try, guys.