Windows 7 Whopper (Burger King)
What better way to celebrate a new operating system than with a ridiculous burger? That's apparently what Burger King was thinking when they introduced this seven-patty burger in Japan to commemorate the release of Windows 7 in 2009.
Hot Dog Stuffed Crust Pizza (Pizza Hut)
Pizza Hut has stuffed crusts with some pretty strange things over the years, but hot dogs take the cake. It would almost be good if it weren't for the addition of ketchup and mustard.
Kuro Pearl Burger (Burger King)
No matter how delicious cheeseburgers may be, I've never had a desire to eat one that's pitch black. This stunning-yet-frightening creation was created using dye made from bamboo charcoal and was available in Japanese Burger King locations.
Buffalo Latte (Tim Horton’s)
Buffalo sauce isn't just for wings, anymore. For patrons brave (or crazy) enough to try it, Tim Horton's offered a buffalo-flavored latte in its Buffalo, New York locations for a short time in 2017.
Doughnut Burger (Burger King)
We've seen burgers on doughnut buns, but this Burger King creation might be the first time we've seen a doughnut-shaped burger!
Pumpkin Spice Fries (McDonalds)
Is nothing sacred to the dreaded pumpkin spice? McDonald's Japan released pumpkin spice fries around Halloween of 2016 as a twist on their chocolate-covered fries--which sound equally horrifying.
Chicken Flavored Truffles (KFC)
This is a disgrace to both fried chicken and truffles, to be honest. Shame on you, KFC.
Cheeto Quesadilla (Taco Bell)
Doritos tacos we can accept--those at least make (some) sense. Cheeto quesadillas, though? Crime against nature.
Chizza! It's pizza with a chicken crust introduced by KFC. And honestly, the more I think about it, the more it makes sense...
Seafood Salad (Taco Bell)
As much as I love Taco Bell, I 100% do not trust them safely handle seafood. Thankfully, this seafood salad is a distant memory of the 1980s.
Whopperito (Burger King)
Burger King just can't seem to mind its own business. In 2016, they released a hybrid Whopper/burrito dubbed the "whopperito." This was one case where the sum was most definitely not greater than its parts.
Unicorn Frappuccino (Starbucks)
If Lisa Frank vomited into a cup, that would basically be Starbucks' unicorn frappuccino. This bright, sparkling abomination was blessedly only sold for a short time in 2017.
Cookie Dough Tenders (Popeyes)
Cookie-dough breaded chicken tenders might be strange, but they also might be strangely good...
Kit Kat Quesadilla (Taco Bell)
The Kit-Kat quesadilla is proof that there is no boundary Taco Bell won't cross for cross-promotional items.
Hula Burger (McDonalds)
In the 1960s, McDonalds introduced the "Hula" burger, which wasn't so much a burger as it was a slice of pineapple on a bun. Who would have ever imagined it would fail?
There's nothing bizarre about spaghetti itself, but buying at McDonalds just doesn't feel right. This was on the menu in the US in the 70s, and you can still find it at locations in the Philippines.
Marmite Pizza (Pizza Hut)
Marmite is the yeasty sludge created from the beer making process. And for some inexplicable reason, people eat it in countries like Australia and New Zealand. And for another inexplicable reason, Pizza Hut decided that they should stuff a pizza crust with this bitter goo.
Eight Meats Pizza (Dominos)
The eight meats pizza is a heart attack waiting to happen. This Dominos abomination, available only in Australia, has more than 1300 calories per slice!
You've heard of hamburger pizza, but now there's also pizza hamburgers! The PizzaMac is McDonald's unholy Big Mac/pizza union that's only available in Germany. (Thank goodness.)
Zinger Double Down (KFC)
A few years back, KFC introduced the Double Down, which was basically a bacon and cheese sandwich with two pieces of chicken in place of bread. Not wanting to rest on their laurels, KFC later introduced the Zinger Double Down, which was basically the same thing but with a hamburger thrown into the mix.
Pizza-Sized Burger (Burger King)
This one isn't particularly creative, but it is most definitely excessive. The pizza-sized burger from Burger King is exactly what it sounds like--no more, no less.
Fritos Chicken Enchilada Melt (Subway)
On paper, this Frito melt from Subway sounds fine. In practice, it's one of the ugliest sandwiches we've ever laid eyes on.
Starburst Lava Cake (Dominos)
A lava cake from Dominos is already iffy. But when you add Starburst into the mix, it becomes a complete no-go.
Surf and Turf Dessert-Stuffed Crust Pizza (Pizza Hut)
This pizza is trying to be all things to all people. It's got sausage, it's got shrimp, it's got...cranberry cream cheese?
Bun Taco (Del Taco)
Del Taco thought it was being clever, but in reality this "bun taco" is just a taco-flavored Sloppy Joe.
Dipping Fries (KFC)
These fries have been hollowed out to better maximize your fry-to-condiment ratio. Brilliant? Yes. Totally Unnecessary? Also yes.
Double Loaded Omelette Biscuit (Carl’s Jr)
I would eat this greasy, cheesy mess in a heartbeat--but I would never admit that publicly!
Creamed Corn Chicken Sandwich (KFC)
When taken separately, there's nothing wrong with a chicken sandwich or creamed corn. The brains at KFC didn't seem to realize that the two are better apart than combined.
Buffalo Crunch Doughnut (Tim Hortons)
If you've ever found yourself craving a doughnut that tastes like spicy vinegar, Tim Horton's is about to blow your mind. As for the rest of us? We're just grossed out.
Chick-N-Tater Melt (Jack in the Box)
This is basically a large, traditional breakfast in sandwich form. It's gross, but we'll take two.