Carl's Jr. Ads, Once Uncomfortably Horny, Are Now Just Numbingly Bland

The chain's new campaign won't offend you, but that's not to say you'll like it

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It was weird when, just a few years ago, fast food chain Carl’s Jr. really wanted you to have sex with a hamburger. But now it feels like the brand barely even wants you to get to first base.

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