Good news for the fashion forward person who also loves a warm Red Lobster Cheddar Bay Biscuit! In honor of National Biscuit Day, Red Lobster has created an insulated fanny pack to hold your biscuits while simultaneously keeping them warm. Finally! You no longer have to stick those CBBs in your pockets and hope your thigh heat keeps them warm or make your grandma stick them in the Styrofoam container she keeps in her purse to take food from buffets. No more pocket biscuit grease stains on your pants! Now you can have a belt that acts as a microwave and eat warm biscuits whenever you feel like it. God is Good! THIS is America!
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And while we’d happily drop our own cash on the genius accessory, it’s not actually for sale. You’re gonna have to enter the sweepstakes if you want to get your hands on one. “The insulated fanny pack is where fashion meets flavor…keeping warm Cheddary Bay Biscuits at arm’s length or close to the heart, making it easy to enjoy on-the-go wherever the craving hits,” the brand wrote in a statement. “Only a limited number are available through the #CBBSweepstakes, so the one-of-a-kind accessory won’t be around for long!”
Red Lobster is making you grovel for this fanny pack. You have to tweet them with why you have earned the privilege to own such a life-changing fashion statement. You can’t just be some basic cheddar biscuit bitch, you need to articulate how deep your love is for these biscuits.
Now for the important deets. Here’s how to apply: You just have to tweet at @RedLobster and share what you love most about their beloved biscuits. Though, we do foresee a problem with having to sum that up in 280 characters or less. The sweepstakes will run through May 14 (today! National biscuit day!) and June 4.
No, this is not at all a stupid gimmick and people’s love for Cheddar Bay Biscuits is real and they’ll fight on Twitter for a fanny pack just to keep them at the prime temperature. In my next life I want to come back as a biscuit so I can finally feel what true love is.
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