What People Are Talking About: Taco Bell Breakfast, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Frozen's Let It Go
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What People Are Talking About

Taco Bell Breakfast

Yep, Taco Bell breakfast is officially a thing. We'd been warned for weeks that it was coming and this week, the food finally made its debut across the U.S. The company's commercial to promote the new venture gained some traction when it featured men named Ronald McDonald (get it?!) endorsing the food. So what kind of breakfast food does Taco Bell serve? Breakfast burritos, waffle tacos, grilled tacos, crunchwraps, and of course, coffee. Some have been quick to say it's completely disgusting, while others have embraced the menu. What do you think? Disgusting or delicious?

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

The trailer for the reboot you weren't sure you wanted is here! Michael Bay, the guy behind all those "Transformers" films, directs "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" starring Megan Fox. This new version is less playful and slightly darker than the original "Ninja Turtles" series. Although reactions to the new trailer were mixed, it racked up more than 5 million hits on YouTube since it was uploaded yesterday. I can't say I was ever a huge fan of the franchise, but I can say that the turtles look kind of like huge, green babies. So there's that. The film comes out August 8.

Frozen's Let It Go

"Frozen"'s "Let It Go" has been all over the place these last few months. So even if you're completely over the song and its hype, this story is pretty cute: a 4-year-old girl named Kaelyn and her family were stuck in an elevator recently. Firefighters were able to calm Kaelyn and safely remove her from the elevator by serenading her with their version of "Let It Go." It worked, and Kaelyn was ushered to safety. Adorable.


What were you talking about this week?

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