When a Minnesota franchise of Popeye’s Fried Chicken opted out of participation in the $4.99 bucket of chicken promotion, news crews were there to interview the enraged customers. One individual said they’d taken a 17 mile cab ride while another claimed to be driving 40 miles round-trip just to get their discounted bucket. So, in our usual questioning fashion, we set out to come up with 10 reasons it might be worth driving a similar distance just for some food.

10. You’re trying to hit the breakfast cutoff in two different time zones

9. You’ve got a 2-for-1 coupon for Medieval Times

8. You’re trying to find a vegan restaurant in El Paso, Texas

7. You found a Burger King that doesn’t enforce the height restriction for their play area

6. Two words: revolving restaurant!

5. Denny’s is giving away free Grand Slam breakfasts and you have 4 hours to kill

4. You heard that a McDonald’s out in the boonies still sells the McRib

3. You found out they’re giving away free bacon

2. Your pregnant wife is being an asshole with her cravings

1. You’re trying to perpetuate a racial stereotype

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