The Guardian posted some photos comparing food advertisements to the real food. And just as you imagine, the adverts are much more appetizing then the real deal. My favorite is the Arby’s beef and cheddar sandwich posted below. Shame on you for even thinking Arby’s would produce something that looked edible.
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