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Is It A Baby Or A Burrito?

baby burrito

I’ve seen some pretty serious burritos in my day, but I’ve never seen one that had arms and legs. I clearly must be going to the wrong mexican restaurants.

6 Responses to "Is It A Baby Or A Burrito?"

  1. HolyTacoFan says:


    I don’t know if you noticed– but your logo Taco has arms. Is a burrito with appendages that far fetched?

  2. cory says:

    You make a great point. I’m going to toss Holy Taco’s logo in the dumpster and call it my son.

  3. THANKS says:

    Holy Taco Fan has a point, the dumb ass that wrote this got owned!

  4. Viva el High Life says:

    I hate it when people say stuff like “Chipotle has the best burritos, the burritos you like are the Americanized version. You should really get more cultured so you can appreciate the rice and beans and the variety of flavors.” Look pal, its 2am, I’m too drunk to feel feelings, and that “Americanized” burrito is going to be the best substitute for the sex I’m not having because the girls I hit on at the bar didn’t respond well to “You ever see the episode of ‘Family Guy’ where…my balls are huge? Because they really are.” If that Americanized burrito was a “Polish-ized” burrito I’d still eat it and go home and pass out on my family room floor because I’m an American and I can do things like that.

  5. Jinksy says:

    I once thought I saw Verne Troyer (Mini Me from Austin Powers) in the food court at the mall, but it was only a toy from some kid’s happy meal.

  6. Futureee says:

    Dark. I’ve heard you get crazy super sizeation on Mcdonalds in the states, but I never thought you’d be able to fit an evil midget in a happy meal. The English equivalent to America’s burrito is a haggis.