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    Default Yo quiero Taco Bell.


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    How about guacamole?
    But, for a certainty, back then,
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    We hurt others and were hurt ourselves...

    Yet even then, we ran like the wind,
    Whilst our laughter echoed,
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    Quote Originally Posted by Joy
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    I swear to God I knew you'd be the first one to respond and that you'd post exactly that

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    sería mejor q taco bell desapareciera del mundo. taco bell es la comida perfecta para los a quienes les gusta lo peor de la cocina mexicana.

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    you people are defective

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bionicgoat
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    te equivocas

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    Quote Originally Posted by niffweed17
    sería mejor q taco bell desapareciera del mundo. taco bell es la comida perfecta para los a quienes les gusta lo peor de la cocina mexicana.

    estoy de acuerdo.
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    Quote Originally Posted by implied
    Quote Originally Posted by niffweed17
    sería mejor q taco bell desapareciera del mundo. taco bell es la comida perfecta para los a quienes les gusta lo peor de la cocina mexicana.

    estoy de acuerdo.
    no soy. taco bell es fantastico después de fumar la mota
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    Quote Originally Posted by implied
    Quote Originally Posted by niffweed17
    sería mejor q taco bell desapareciera del mundo. taco bell es la comida perfecta para los a quienes les gusta lo peor de la cocina mexicana.

    estoy de acuerdo.
    What's the best then?
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    it's not even really "food" IMO. this just stems from what i can say about fast food and taco bell in the united states.

    it might be better in germany. i eat fast food easily in europe because it seems like europeans are pickier about fast foods in the first place. i find that "fast food" in europe is still something that hasn't turned into saturated-fat-and-additives-with-all-freezedried-gross-vegetables-with-no-flavor-on-a-plate.


    the option here would be to go to any other independently run mexican restaurant and eat something a) healthier and b) probably more authentic.

    the mexican food i ate in bilbao, spain (in one of their malls) wasn't so bad. i can't remember the name for the life of me, though.
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    I do like going to Taco Bell, but they don't exist in Europe outside Iceland, of all places.
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    you have to have sauce to cover up the taste.
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    aww it's not that bad... I actually like alot of stuff there. I wouldn't recomend living off it or anything but it's not the low grade dogfood you guys are making it out to be. It's one of two fast food places within walking distance at work so I tend to eat some lunch there a few times a week. Actually I take that back there's a McDonald's across the street but even I have standards.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bionicgoat
    there's a McDonald's across the street but even I have standards.
    I go to McDonald's often, there's one in Waterloo very close to the site of the battlefield. It's one of the few restaurants in Belgium that you can be sure will be open. Besides, they subscribe to the Financial Times which I can read for free there, except when some bastard has stolen it.
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    I've seen something on TV about the food they serve outside of the US being higher quality. I don't know if that's true or not. Do the buns they use in Belgium look and have the texture of extruded foodstuff? The one thing I like at Mcdonald's is their coke. I think they crank up the syrup ratio or something to make it like that. I've actually gotten food at one place then gone to Mcdonalds just for my drink.

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    I've tried McDonald's in Belgium, Germany, the UK, Italy, the Netherlands, Liechtenstein, Austria, Switzerland, Czech Republic, France, the US, Brazil, and South Africa. I never noticed any difference in the quality of the burgers. A Big Mac is a Big Mac.

    An acquaintance of mine, though, tried McDonald's in Managua, Nicaragua, and he said it was crap. Much worse than elsewhere.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Expat
    A Big Mac is a Big Mac.
    And a good movie is a good movie :wink:
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    I've never tried taco bell..don't really intend to either.

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    in general i tend to stay away from fast food. the food is usually just not very good.

    if i need to eat something quickly i'm very happy just getting a bagel or something.

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    don't go to TB. actually try to stay away from fast food. but if i have to, Wendy's is the best of the fast foods. at least they have decent salads and stuff besides burgers!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Expat
    I do like going to Taco Bell, but they don't exist in Europe outside Iceland, of all places.
    I heard a rumor that there was taco bell in cambridge, and that there is a petition to open another delicious eatery.

    http://www.petitiononline.com/hellothr/petition.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by jessica129
    I've never tried taco bell..don't really intend to either.
    wow.
    I may eat taco bell about once a month when I need something quick that I haven't had in a while. I usually get a grilled stuft burrito if I don't just get a chicken kay-sa-di-ya...

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    I like ordering about four spicy chicken soft tacos from the value menu and loading them up with fire sauce.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bionicgoat
    The one thing I like at Mcdonald's is their coke. I think they crank up the syrup ratio or something to make it like that. I've actually gotten food at one place then gone to Mcdonalds just for my drink.
    there is something magical about their coke.
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    Quote Originally Posted by .thursday
    there is something magical about coke.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bionicgoat
    aww it's not that bad... I actually like alot of stuff there. I wouldn't recomend living off it or anything
    I have a friend who almost exclusively lives off of Taco Bell. He has it for almost every meal. He also drinks about 3 2 gallon cokes and smokes 2 packs of ciggerettes a day. So far he's as healthy as a horse.
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    there was a time when i refused to eat taco bell.
    i grew up in el paso texas, right on the border with juarez
    my step mother was from guadalajara
    i grew up with damned GOOD mexican food


    and then i moved to Hatu (the backwards state)

    the only time i got mexican food there was when my mom's friend would drive my brother and i to Salt Lake City to a little hole in the wall that catered to those who like non-european spicy food (meaning not indian nor thai, but not limited to mexican either).

    in California i ate mostly salads
    and when i moved to WA....there's been nothing
    one restaraunt has offered to make me some good chili rellenos if i call in ahead of time....but i never really "plan" to go out to eat, so i haven't taken them up on the offer
    otherwise, the only thing left is taco bell or taco time, but i don't consider them "mexican food"
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    my gay friend said "Taco Bell? Grade D beef? That's nothin but lips, toes, and assholes "

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    Quote Originally Posted by Diana
    My two favorite restaurants when I was a kid were El Chico's and Pancho's. I can't remember which was which now. The one that I liked the best had an endless supply of sopapillas, and really good enchiladas (to my kid taste buds). The other one was of the go through the line variety, and I only liked it because when you went on your birthday they gave you a free pinata. Seeing as they're both located in Texas, I haven't been back for awhile.

    Taco Bell? Well, I haven't been there in a long time either -- I liked those one things they made, don't even remember what they were called now. I couldn't stomach even thinking about going to a Taco Bell for a very long time after an incident I heard about at a local one in North Dakota.
    lol, before my step-mother came into our lives, Pancho's was the thing!!

    El Chico's....i didn't even try that until highschool, but i liked how they drowned the taquitos in melted cheese...even if i usually got sick the evening of eating from them
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    lol

    I think 80% of the protein I eat is in cheese form.
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