Discussion in 'Random Thoughts' started by r0llinstoned, Jan 15, 2017.
So you empathize with him but you wouldn’t pull out a gun, right?
Nahh seems a bit overboard lol
mexican food is basically 40 different names for the same thing with only the slightest variation. although i think a wrapped taco is a burrito (or a soft taco, i can't find any difference between those two). or it could be an enchilada, if there's sauce over it. or a quesadilla if it's a little less wrapped but still with a soft shell. or a fajita if they're just giving you the ingredients and expecting you to put it together yourself.
I just made it up, it has bacon on it.
OP's story reminds me of the first and only time I went to Chipotle. A group of friends, my gf and I all went there to get some dinner before hitting the bar. By the time we got to the bar we were literally all running to the bathroom. No good lol
Four White Castle sliders ends the worst case of constipation.
When you trust attitudinal teens w the prepping of your food you get what u pay for
polo loco or jimbo's for me, not that i'd go out of my way for any fast food franchise.
i've had no problems with the dong, but the others are better.
of course none are as good as a real mom and pop chicano soupa and papousa joint.
Very enlightening! Many thanks for this post
It's probably something, it sounds terribly familiar
This is also my secret wrestling name btw
Jambalaya...and it's damn tasty.
Yes, that's it! I don't think I ever had it..
Make it! Find an authentic recipe on the net, you'll thank yourself.
How do I know if its authentic?
This looks about right, been awhile since I've had it though.
New Orleans Jambalaya recipe
I think anytime you can stuff yourself for under $5 in the United States one should be wary.
For the record I uh, kinda do like Taco Bell, not gonna lie.
We all have our guilty pleasures. Mine being DQ’s peanut buster parfait
the cheap taco bell is kind of a thing of the past these days. the quality hasn't improved any since the 12 cent taco days of our youth, but now it's $2.95 for the same exact taco.
Well if you’re 6’5” weigh 295 lbs and willing to wear a Mexican Sombrero, I’m sure Vince McMahon, CEO of WWE can find a place for you among his stable of wrestlers.
Imagine being pitted against The Border Patrol Agent an imposing 6’8” 300 lbs white guy from Texas with a mean disposition and a Cowboy hat
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