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5 Things We’d Like to see in the World of Warcraft: Mists of Pandaria

If you weren’t aware, insanely popular online game World of Warcraft is expanding yet again with Mists of Pandaria, a new game expansion that focuses on Kung Fu Panda and how you can beat up goblins and such while being a Kung Fu Panda.

By:|February 20, 2012


Classic Taco: The 8 Worst Bosses to Work For

Between having to show up at work and having to actually do work, no one likes having a job. But it doesn't get any worse than working for one of these eight annoying bosses.

By:|February 19, 2012


Sunday Comics

Sunday bloody Sunday....comics.

By:|February 19, 2012


Holy Taco Draws the News: Chris Brown

Extra Extra, Chris Brown is a doucher! Anyway, we drew the story for you so you don't have to read much.

By:|February 18, 2012


7 Movies That Would Make Horrible Musicals

What?  Why wouldn't The Human Centipede Musical be great?  Fine, Smosh, you win.

By:|February 17, 2012


Holy Taco Hero: A Real Live, Terrifying Mountain Man

If you're a cabin owner in Utah, your wives are scared for their lives right now. As they should be, and so should you. Why? Because there's a for real for serious, insane mountain man roaming the wilderness of southern Utah. He sleeps in the woods most of the time, but during the winter, he seeks out vacant cabins and inhabits them.

By:|February 17, 2012

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Report: Taco Bell Amassing Army of Doritos Taco Shells

It is being reported that Taco Bell, the nation’s leading provider of food you regret eating at 2 am when all other restaurants are closed, has amassed an army of 85 million Doritos taco shells that they will unleash upon the world in March.

By:|February 17, 2012


25 Memorable Wieners

It's Friday and that means it's probably time for a whole gallery of phallic, processed meat food!

By:|February 17, 2012


What Happens When You Have Valentine’s Reservations at White Castle?

Eating at White Castle on Valentine’s Day is like going to Hooters on Easter Sunday, but less spiritual

By:|February 17, 2012


The Morning Jolt: Spider Prank

They didn't delete it you whiny asshole. Now it's on Holy Taco.

By:|February 17, 2012


History of the Nintendo Controller

Our friends from Unreality show us the evolution of the Nintendo controller...and then Playstations.

By:|February 16, 2012


An Open Letter To Chris Brown On The Subject of Shutting Up

Hello Mr. Brown, Firstly, f*ck you. You beat a woman with your fists. F*ck you.

By:|February 16, 2012


Five of Our Favorite World Record Breaking Videos

Breaking a world record is nothing to sneeze at, folks. It's never easy. Well, almost never. It's probably eaiser if you're trying to break a record that few would consider attempting. Like most toenail clippings collected in one ashtray, world's fastest shower, longest rollerskating limbo, or highest shallow dive. That's the kind of record-breaking we're into...

By:|February 16, 2012


GIF Attack!

Yet again we have a GIF that perfectly encapsulates how uncool the rest of us are.

By:|February 16, 2012


25 Cartoons at Gunpoint

Remember when people cared about cartoon violence, back before video games and rap music and just regular, every day violence? Those were good times. Here's 25 cartoons about to be shot.

By:|February 16, 2012


50 Reasons Why Conan O’Brien Should Meet Holy Taco

If you follow us on Twitter, you know that we've been passively waging a campaign called Corndogs for Coco for a few months now. The gist is to bribe Team Coco with corndogs so that we can meet Conan O'Brien. Why? Because Conan is a comedy icon and God knows we have no desire to meet Leno.

By:|February 16, 2012


The Morning Jolt: Prejudice

I know they say not to do it at the end of the video but man...I want to do it.

By:|February 16, 2012


How To Make A Zombie

Ever wondered how they create those zombies on The Walking Dead? Regretful Morning takes you step-by-step through the process.

By:|February 15, 2012


Taste Testing Military-Grade MREs

M.R.E. stands for “Meal, Ready-to-Eat.” The US military has been using some form of pre-packaged meals for soldiers since the Revolutionary War, starting with freshly made foods like beef and peas, evolving to canned foods by World War I, and the plastic-wrapped pre-cooked MREs eaten by today’s soldiers. Having heard about how horrible some of these meals can be from some friends who had served in Iraq and Afghanistan, I felt compelled to run a little taste test to better understand the types of meals a person that gets shot at all day looks forward to scarfing down. My friends and I purchased 7 MREs in total, each sampled over the course of a few hours on a Friday night, because eating out of plastic sacks filled with brown and yellow semi-solid mash is our idea of a party. Each meal comes packed with the main course, maybe a side dish or two, and usually some kind of crackers or bread. Some also offer a pouch of instant coffee mix and some kind of dessert, like these things…

By:|February 15, 2012


An Interview With Malachy, 2012 Best In Show Winner

Recently, I was afforded the opportunity to sit down with, Malachy, the pekingese winner of this year's Westminster Kennel Club "Best In Show" award. A prestigious award for a deserving, noble beast. I wasn't exactly sure what to expect, considering I've never interviewed a dog before, let alone one of the most brilliant dogs in the world, but I was pleasantly surprised with his down-to-earth demeanor. No pretention here. Just a dog who's well aware of his luck, and the fact that he ended up where he is today through many generations of selective breeding. Earlier this morning, I grabbed lunch at the Blue Fin restaurant inside the W Hotel in Times Square. The atmosphere was a little more than I was ready for. I looked a bit out of place with my hoodie and tennis shoes, but when the maitre d' gave me flack, Malachy quickly came to my defense, then had his handlers fetch me a sport coat and some hard-soled shoes. We hit it off quickly. Malachy could tell I wasn't just another blogger sent to grab generic sound bites for a typical write-up, though I may have been wrong considering how the interview ended...

By:|February 15, 2012