Truth in Advertising, part 3,405,392: Taco Bell’s Chicken Flatbread Sandwiches Commercial

Most of us know that many commercials use a healthy scoop of hyperbole to help get their messages across. For example, Axe products will get you instantly laid by a flock of cheerleaders, a Lexus will transform you into a highly sophisticated person, Nyquil is tasty, and so on.

Fast food marketing is especially dependent on hyperbole, and to a certain extent, we’ve come to expect it. However, sometimes the distance between perception and reality is so great that it can only serve to disappoint. Yum! Brands’ Taco Bell has perfected this technique, and to demonstrate it, see if you can tell which one of the following images from Taco Bell’s Chicken Flatbread Sandwiches commercial wasn’t actually in the commercial. Good luck!

3 thoughts on “Truth in Advertising, part 3,405,392: Taco Bell’s Chicken Flatbread Sandwiches Commercial

  1. Meyer Weinstock

    Hey, NyQuil is tasty!
    To me, Axe always smelled like the perfume your grandmother used….
    Taco Bell is insidious!

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