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NotFoolingAnybody.com Shows Pieces of Original Owners

 - Jul 22, 2009
References: notfoolinganybody & neatorama
NotFoolingAnybody.com is a website dedicated to exposing bad business conversions that "retain the ghosts of past architecture."

Fast food chains such as Taco Bell, Dairy Queen and Pizza Hut all have pieces of their iconic logos, colors and designs being used to advertise other privately owned businesses. Signs, architecture, and a big bucket (that used to be full of chicken) are misplaced and misused in these bad business conversions.

Check out the gallery above to see if you can spot your favorite food chains!