Burrito as Religious Experience

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  1. Tuckerfan

    Tuckerfan BMF Staff Member Moderator

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    Well, it's a wet burrito, so there'll be some lubrication.....
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  2. Tuckerfan

    Tuckerfan BMF Staff Member Moderator

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    And you'll never see anything that white, that big, again. ;)
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  3. Paladin

    Paladin Overjoyed Man of Liberty

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    That thing is so big, it almost seems like it should be a "you finish it, it's free" challenge.
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  4. Tuckerfan

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    AFAIK, it wasn't. I'm not friends with the person who posted it (a woman), and her profile is tightly locked down, so I don't want to pry, lest I seem all stalkery, but the place her SO got that was called "Guadalajara," maybe located in Illinois, but I cannot say for certain.
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    I prefer tacos to burritos, but seems to me that if a burrito is so big that you can't hold it in your hand you should probably call it something else. :lol:
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  6. oldfella1962

    oldfella1962 high speed, low drag

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    I bet it has a family of illegals hiding inside it! :shakefist: What will those rascals think of next? :jayzus:
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  7. Dinner

    Dinner 2012 & 2014 Master Prognosticator

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    I had a carnitas burrito at The Carnitas Snack Shack in North Park last night at about midnight. An excellent San Diego style burrito with just the right balance of toppings added in, a great selection of about a dozen different salsas to chose from. The flour tortillas were not made in house but they are the unfinished partially baked kind that they finish cooking on the flat iron right when you order it so it tastes fresh and has a nice toasty finish. All that and I even met a new friend who gave me her phone number.

    I hope everyone had a good St. Patty's day.
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    Dinner 2012 & 2014 Master Prognosticator

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    Yeah, I like the small street tacos so I can mix and match different meat types without having to eat too much. Get like one beef, one chicken, one pork, and one lamb, throw in some rice & beans, along with some grilled veggies and I am good to go.
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  9. Tuckerfan

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  10. Dinner

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    I always said Chipotle had shit food.

    That said, I am positive I have eaten at places in the third world which had worse sanitary conditions than that rodent infested Chipotle in Texas. Hell, I love going to Taco Alley in Tijuana but no way in hell would any of those places pass a food handling check in the US. Still, I have never gotten sick there though I make sure my food is thoroughly cooked in front of me.
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  11. Elwood

    Elwood I know what I'm about, son.

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    How about we just admit that we like different things and be cool with it rather than belittling someone else's food choices? Sometimes I like wet burritos. Sometimes I don't. Sometimes I like rice and beans in my burrito. Sometimes I don't. Sometimes I like eggs, onions, and even potatoes in my burrito. Sometimes I don't.

    Either way, I now want a burrito. Sonic opens in 12 minutes. That handles breakfast. Then a proper sit down restaurant burrito for lunch.
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  12. garamet

    garamet "The whole world is watching."

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    Most of us don't feel obligated to judge other people's food choices. It's @Dinner. Whattaya gonna do? :shrug:
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    Mods, please ban garamet for trolling outside the red room. Hell, just ban her as a favor for humanity. Thank you.
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    "Can't we just get a long...burrito?"
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    I want a long bong :bong:
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    :bump:
    Shitty chain burrito ups the ante.
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    Dear sweet baby Jeebus . . . :shock:
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    Only $9.99? Makes you wonder where they're getting their ingredients from...
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    ed629 Morally Inept Banned

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    If I wasn't avoiding fastfood/restaurants/bars/pubs/etc due to the Corona, I'd be up for one or two of those.
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    NYC was complaining about an explosion of rats a while back and now nothing. :unsure:
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  21. ed629

    ed629 Morally Inept Banned

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    I'm sure it's made from a letter grade meatlike by-product.
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