Taco Bell Grants Full Approval Of Safety To Taco Bell’s BeanBlaster Supremes™ So Now You Have To Eat One

Taco Bell Grants Full Approval Of Safety To Taco Bell’s BeanBlaster Supremes™ So Now You Have To Eat One

After a 2.3 billion dollar ad campaign and demanding millions of Americans shove one down their gullet, Taco Bell is thrilled to announce that their BeanBlaster Supreme™ is approved for human consumption.

“Assuming you’ve checked with your doctor, individuals ranging from four through thirty-five years of age can now safely put our delicious BeanBlaster Supremes™  directly into your body, assuming you’re within six feet of a toilet,” Taco Bell CEO, Mark King said Monday.

“Obviously, this now means the millions of Americans who haven’t eaten a BeanBlaster Supreme™ must, by force, ingest one,” Joe Biden announced.  “From this day forward, you are free to do as Taco Bell says.  And we will have no patience for the anti-blaster™ community and their dangerous conspiracy theories about people pooping their pants due to this product.”

Despite the shiny seal of approval, and Fox News demanding proof that each of their employees eat one, some anti-blasters™ are still hesitant. 

“Yeah, Taco Bell’s approval was not why I wasn’t eating BeanBlasters,” a wreckless citizen said.  “I just still have a lot of questions, ya know?  My uncle ate one, and he sharted so severely, he had to be hosed down for over four hours.”

Update:  It’s been learned that BeanBlaster Supremes™ only linger in your system and the surrounding air for 40 minutes.  So boosters, or ‘Lil’ Booty Blasters™,’ will soon become mandatory.


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