The McDonald's Chicken Legend might be a fan favourite, but its days on the menu are officially numbered as it's set to be removed next week.
These will include Mini Potato Waffles, the Twirl McFlurry and the BBQ Bacon Stack, which will be joined a week later by Nacho Cheese Wedges on 26 October.
And it's not just the Chicken Legend that's getting the boot from the menu, either, so too are the Big Tasty, Spicy McNuggets, Mozzarella Dippers, Twix and Mars McFlurry.
As reported by the Liverpool Echo, the BBQ Bacon Stack, which has been a fan favourite before, will be around for a limited time only to replace the Big Tasty and will feature on the menu for just six weeks, priced at £5.39.
In case your memory of the BBQ Bacon Stack needs refreshing, it's made up of two beef patties (100% British and Irish meat) two slices of pepper jack cheese and Beechwood Smoked Bacon and tomato, lettuce, slivered onions.
The BBQ taste comes from McDonald's signature BBQ sauce and the whole thing is served up in a sesame seed crusted bun.
Meanwhile, the new Nacho Cheese Wedges will, as their name suggests, be filled with nacho cheese and Jalapeno slides, setting fast food fans back £2.29 for five or £5.99 for a sharebox.
The Twirl McFlurry will consist of pieces of the popular Cadbury chocolate and chocolate sauce and can be purchased in a regular size for £1.69 or a mini for £1.19 (after all, it is getting colder).
But it's also good news for McDonald's breakfast fans on colder mornings too, as the Mini Potato Waffles will be joining the breakfast menu, and a portion of three will set you back just £1.39.
The Chicken Legend had disappeared from the McDonald's menu last October as well, and while people love the burger, it's probably a good thing that it comes and goes.
This is because 900g of carbon dioxide is required to make the fast food delight, which is as bad for the environment as driving a car 3.02 miles, the the Mirror reports.
However, despite the environmental upside to removing the burger, this hasn't stopped McDonald's fans taking to social media to complain.
One angry fan wrote: "McDonald's, can you please tell me why you are getting rid of the Chicken Legends? For someone who doesn't like Big Macs and other beef burgers, I don't this is really a good idea. There was just something about the legend that made it lush."
A second questioned: "As if McDonald's are removing the Chicken Legends from their menu."
But while not everyone might be happy about the change, we can all (mostly) agree that the Chicken Legend being replaced by some seriously mouth-watering treats.