Taco Bell Is Giving Out Free Breakfast All Morning

11/05/2015 at 06:38 AM ET

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Well, your morning just got a whole lot better.

On Thursday between 7 and 11 a.m., Taco Bell will be giving out free breakfast Crunchwraps at participating locations across the country.

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Why this random act of kindness, you ask? Because, sports. Before the World Series started, the fast food chain made a bet that if any player stole a base during the Series, they would give out free breakfast.

In Game 1, Kansas City Royals player/American hero Lorenzo Cain did just that, and now Taco Bell is paying up.

If you’ve never indulged in a the pleasure of a breakfast Crunchwrap, it consists of eggs, bacon or sausage, cheddar cheese, and a whole hash brown patty all pressed inside their signature hexagonal tortilla. (Extra fire sauce for us, please).

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So whether you’re an avid baseball fan or don’t know the term “steal a base” from Ace of Base, we can probably all agree that everyone is a winner in this situation.

Shay Spence, @chezspence

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Free fake food~! Yay

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No thanks! I caved in last week and got some taco breakfast crapooo and it was AWEFUL. And usually I don’t turn down free food….or a good sale! Lol!

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get yours by 11 am today, because there’s nothing like starting your day with manufactured food that makes you feel like crap for the rest of the day. i hear there are no lines (failed promotion?).

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