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Taco Bell Wants an Apology From (DONG!) Lawyers for Beef Lawsuit

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DONG! Apologize, haters!

Beasley Allen may have dropped its class-action lawsuit brought against Taco Bell, but the fast food giant ain't rollin' over that quickly.

They want an apology.

According to Eater, TB has launched an ad campaign demanding the Alabama-based lawfirm say they're sorry, running full page ads in newspapers across the country.

See Taco Bell's full-on snarky smackdown after the jump.

"As for the lawyers who brought this suit," Taco Bell tells Beasley Allen in the ad, "You got it wrong, and you're probably feeling pretty bad right about now. But you know what always helps? Saying to everyone, 'I'm sorry'."

A jillion dollar company publicly demanding that LAWYERS say they're sorry with snarky newspaper ads? Ugh, can't this be done with already? I just want to eat my Beefy (or whatever it is) Crunch Burrito in peace.

Here's the full ad:

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