The Genius of Taco Bell?

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  1. shovelrider

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    Just the thought of what those things may possibly do to my gut is enough for me to say no thanks.
     
  3. Mike SS

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    I'm sure they will sell like hot cakes. Too sweet for me. Guaranteed heartburn, for sure.
     
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    Does this mean I can get Cap'n Crunch on my Quesarito now?
     
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    We Americans will buy and eat anything.
     
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    My 14 year old son would go for that. :D
     
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    I ALWAYS see cars lined up at the TACO BELL drive through window. :rolleyes:

    Even though we have some of the finest Mexican/New Mexican/Tex-Mex food in the country, here in Northern New Mexico.

    Steve ;)
     
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    Not me. I wouldn't eat that on a bet. I can't remember the last time I ate at Taco Bell. It's been years.

    I have finally given up on places like that, as well as Burger King, McD's, Wendy's and Arby's.
     
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    Yes, I am always amazed that Taco Bell exists in the south west.
    I'm no fan of fast food, but will eat it on rare occasions. But TB? No way Jose.
     
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    That looks like something you'd find at the County Fair, next to the deep-fried Kool Aid and the Bean Cone
     
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    That's as wrong as deep fried pork chops slathered in chocolate frosting and sprinkles.
     
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    Frito Pie is a BIG favorite here in New Mexico.
    Every time one is sold, somewhere a Cardiologist is smiling.

    Steve
     
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    Taco Bell exists in the Southwest because no one thinks of them as "Mexican food".

    It would be interesting to see how TB did after all of the "****berto's" restaurants started showing up.
     
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    Eweegooey. No thanks. I have also sworn off fast food places, but then again, the nearest MacDonalds is 90 miles away.

    Thirty five years ago, I would treat my nephew to Taco Bell almost every Saturday going to a car swap meet or spending time building my hot rod, but that was over a quarter of a century ago.

    I used to stop in at MacDonalds for a cup of their Seattle's Best when traveling, but they switched to some horrible coffee a few years ago.
     
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    Have you noticed the little Taco Chihuahua isn't around anymore?
     
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    I heard he fell into a chalupa machine.
     
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    Seeing "Taco Bell" and "Genius" in the same sentence is scary.
     
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    Not in this world or the next would that ever find it's way into my mouth and my stomach. Urk!

    [​IMG]
     
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    ^^^^^Looks like a marshmallow roast that went really bad.
     
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