The 8 Worst Fast-Food Slogans of All-Time (Slideshow)

These taglines are cringe-worthy

Arby’s: Arby's. Now That Your Tastes Have Grown Up!

Flickr/ arbyreed

Questionable grammar aside, we’re not sure that a roast beef sandwich is for mature palates only.

Wendy’s: Do What Tastes Right.

Flickr/ Ari Moore

You can eat what tastes right, or do what feels right, but you can’t do what tastes right.


Burger King: Be Your Way

Flickr/ rob 2001

There’s not enough reflection time to make a sound judgment, but we’re confident that this may go down as the very worst slogan in history. Not only is this basically gibberish, the grammar is off, it says nothing about the chain or its product, and it’s not likely to get anyone through the door. It’s almost like the executives felt they needed to alter “Have it your way” because it went unchanged for 40 years. Here’s a tip: If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it. 

Long John Silver’s: We Speak Fish.

Flickr. The Papercup Sleeve

How do you say “meaningless and awkward slogan” in fish?

Carl’s Jr: If it doesn't get all over the place, It doesn't belong in your face.

Flickr/ Alejandro C

This slogan really shouldn’t apply to anyone over the age of three. 

Chick-Fil-a: Eat Mor Chikin

Flickr/ Brad Aaron

The context of this slogan was actually pretty witty — a cow writes it on a billboard to dissuade people from eating him and his friends — but when taken out of context, it’s just a benign motto — Eat more chicken — spelled horrendously. 

Jack in the Box: Love Bacon? Marry It.

Flickr/ Thomas Hawk

Another tagline that doesn’t work out of context, in this case a divisive Super Bowl commercial that had a man professing his love for a bacon-laden burger. 

Taco Bell: Live Mas.

Flickr/ torbakhopper

Mas means “more” in Spanish, so they’re really just saying “Live more.” If eating at Taco Bell is living more, then I don’t want to know what their definition of living less is.