(FOX19) - While you were sleeping, the Internet never stopped. And it's amazing what the Internet comes up with.
Check out what people are tweeting, sharing and talking about.
Taco Bell's new breakfast ads feature real-life Ronald McDonalds
Taco Bell's new breakfast menu launched nationwide on Thursday, and guess who loves the new menu? Lots of guys named Ronald McDonald.
The fast food chain gathered 25 males across the country, whose real names just happen to be Ronald McDonald. In the new commercial, they talk about how much they love the new menu items at McDonald's expense. BURN.
On your phone? Watch here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PKAcOawiaNk
Aussie builders surprise public with loud empowering statements
Australian constructions workers simply aren't themselves when they're hungry, or at least in a new puzzling Snickers ad. As part of the "You're not you when you're hungry" campaign, the Aussie workers yell messages of empowerment to women on the street.
Instead of harassing catcalls, they yell things like, "A woman's place is where she chooses!" and, "You know what I'd like to see? A society in which the objectification of women makes way for gender-neutral interaction free from assumptions and expectations."
The ad begins with "What happens when builders aren't themselves?" and ends with, "You're not you when you're hungry."
So, wait, what does this say about Snickers' target audience? The ad has received a mixed response on social media with plenty labeling it "sexist" and others calling it the "best thing they've seen in a while."
Watch the whole puzzling thing on your phone here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PKAcOawiaNk
Sprinkles expands cupcake ATM to NYC
If you just LOVE cupcakes, you live in New York City and you like ATMs, this is for you. Sprinkles Cupcakes has created a 24-hour Cupcake ATM that can hold 760 cupcakes at a time in 20 different varieties. They cost $4.25 each and flavors include Red Velvet, Cuban Coffee, Banana Dark Chocolate and Cinnamon Sugar.
Sprinkles opened its original ATM in Los Angeles in 2012.
Mercy wins FOX19's High School Hysteria!
Congratulations to Mother of Mercy High School! They're the winner of FOX19's High School Hysteria contest. Mercy students and alumni sent more than 15,000 tweets, beating dozens of other local schools.
In total, #19HSHysteria was tweeted more than 100,000 times during this competition with another 10,000 votes on Facebook.
FOX19's Kelly Rippin revealed the big news live Thursday morning from Mercy High School.