Eating Alone? These Quirky Personalities Want to Be Your Breakfast Buddies

Eating Alone? These Quirky Personalities Want to Be Your Breakfast Buddies

Feel a little less lonely during your fastfood dine thanks to some chatty companionship

Eva Recinos
  • 23 march 2016

Eating alone can feel unnatural and awkward sometimes. After all, meals provide the perfect opportunity to socialize. Lunch breaks are more fun when you can chat with a friend or coworker while digging into your meal. The same goes for getting some grub at a fast food diner. Jack in the Box created a series of videos for diners that hate the idea of eating alone. Instead of staring at your phone–or out the window—watch as a chatterbox rambles on for almost three minutes.

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