March Fatness: The Elite 8 (Liver Failure Region)

Fast food isn’t healthy. It’s doesn’t always taste good. Sometimes, it’s can barely even be considered food.

And yet, there’s something about it that’s undeniable. There’s a comfort to unwrapping a cheeseburger or eating fries in the car. There’s peace in leaving a drive-thru knowing that your needs will all be met. And sometimes, you’re just hungover as balls.

Whether it’s burgers, fries, desserts, or a variety of other items, we’ve taken 64 of the best foods which are prepared quickly and will have them competing against each other. And we need your help to determine the winner.

Enter March Fatness.

For all matches from here on out, we’re allowing people to vote both on our Facebook page and our Twitter page. We know what you’re thinking… “Doesn’t that mean we can vote twice?” It does. We encourage you to vote and share to make sure your favorite is standing atop the leader board when we crown a championship.

Today’s match will determine of the Liver Failure Region. Tomorrow, we move on to the right side of the bracket and start with the Heart Attack Region.

Today’s Match: (2) Burger King’s Whopper v (4) Portillo’s Hot Dog

Again, you can vote on our Facebook page or our Twitter page. Vote. Share. Enjoy democracy.

Tuesday Results

Yesterday, we had you vote on the winner of the Diabetes Region. Here are the results:

(1) Popeye’s Chicken Sandwich continues to show why it’s the overall #1 seed (and the only remaining #1 seed in the tournament). It advances by beating (3) Chipotle’s Burrito Bowl, 57%-43%.

Keep checking in as March Fatness continues!

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