Doritos Locos Tacos Have Broken Sales Records

  • ivanuri97

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    Jun 11, 2012 3:33 AM GMT
    My boyfriend and I have had them, had one yesterday actually, they are very yummy upon eating them icon_biggrin.gif...but after 15 minutes they wreck your digestive system for the next 24 hours! icon_twisted.gificon_eek.gif
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    Jun 11, 2012 3:36 AM GMT
    I've had a couple of them. They're ok. Do none of you really eat bad food even just occasionally? They are not worth all the hype though. And the shells are not as thick as a regular taco, so they fall apart more easily.
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    Jun 11, 2012 3:37 AM GMT
    I have never liked Doritos to begin with.. Ill not be buyin any!icon_wink.gif
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    Jun 11, 2012 3:39 AM GMT
    seems gross!

    I cannot remember the last time I had taco bell anyway (at least 10 years ago)
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    Jun 11, 2012 3:48 AM GMT
    Taco bell gives me heartburn :'( taco bell is my favorite to....so sad I cannot eat it anymore.

    Actually a lot of things give me heartburn.
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    Jun 11, 2012 3:49 AM GMT
    orthojock saidseems gross!

    I cannot remember the last time I had taco bell anyway (at least 10 years ago)

    I don't care for Taco Bell, either. But I'm getting desperate, unable to get any Tex Mex here in south Florida, and Taco Bell is the only place that advertises hard shell tacos around here. I've gone into many local Mexican restaurants and they tell me hard shell tacos are Tex Mex, an insult to have on their menu. OK, fine, but I still like them, and other Tex Mex items, from my time in San Antonio. icon_confused.gif
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    Jun 11, 2012 3:51 AM GMT
    Queens, pretending like you're to good for food

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    Jun 11, 2012 3:51 AM GMT
    Art_Deco said
    SoloXCRacer said
    Art_Deco saidYah know, I'm actually interested to try it. I became hooked on Tex-Mex when I lived in San Antonio, TX. But I can't find decent hard-shell tacos here in south Florida. Everybody disses Tex-Mex, but I like it.

    Ummm.....Taco Bell is not TexMex......in fact, it's not really anything......

    Fine, then please provide me the name of a south Florida restaurant that sells hard shell tacos. Otherwise, kindly STFU, fair enough?



    Well, aren't we touchy when it comes to our Taco Shells icon_rolleyes.gif
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    Jun 11, 2012 4:02 AM GMT
    CuriousJockAZ said
    Art_Deco said
    SoloXCRacer said
    Art_Deco saidYah know, I'm actually interested to try it. I became hooked on Tex-Mex when I lived in San Antonio, TX. But I can't find decent hard-shell tacos here in south Florida. Everybody disses Tex-Mex, but I like it.

    Ummm.....Taco Bell is not TexMex......in fact, it's not really anything......

    Fine, then please provide me the name of a south Florida restaurant that sells hard shell tacos. Otherwise, kindly STFU, fair enough?



    Well, aren't we touchy when it comes to our Taco Shells icon_rolleyes.gif


    ho-lee Art_Deco that language was pretty uncalled for... all he said was it's not texmex icon_confused.gif
  • LJay

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    Jun 11, 2012 4:16 AM GMT
    Showme has the best solution. They really aren't hard to make and even with my weak skills at such they taste about a hundred times better than Taco Bell. You can buy hard shells if you don't want to deal with making them up yourself, but really fresh fillings are easy and good. It's also surprising how far a small amount of ground beef will go in them.
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    Jun 11, 2012 4:24 AM GMT
    wolfpackbuddy saidI've had a couple of them. They're ok. Do none of you really eat bad food even just occasionally? They are not worth all the hype though. And the shells are not as thick as a regular taco, so they fall apart more easily.


    The "bad" food I eat is still relatively "good" food:
    1. Butter. Good butter (room temperature) I gently cut a pat and place it on my tongue naked. Fuck margarine, "Pam" and their chemically engineered ilk.
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    2. Thick Crisp Fatty Bacon. Good with butter on it too. I haven't really experienced bad bacon in my life. Is it possible?
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    3. Ice Cream. It's got to be really good ice cream too. None of that crappy supermarket whipped gum concoction.
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    4. BBQ Beef Ribs. Again, if I'm going to eat cancer these ribs better be smoked all day long (and slow) over real tasty wood (like keawe or mesquite). These are from "Memphis Minnies" in San Francisco...
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    5. Cheese. It's got to be good cheese too. None of that Velveta "science lab" gloop masquerading around as "cheese".
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    6. Fried Food. But, not just anything you can throw into hot oil. The one thing I've "cheated" on since I gave up wheat was "French Fried Artichoke Hearts". Leonard's malasadas would also fit into that same category. They are worth it. McDeath? Popeyes? Not worth it.
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    7. Candy. And, I don't mean wasting a candy cheat on something as vapid as a Snickers bar or a handful of M&M's. Good honey. Great dark chocolate. Really good preserves and dried fruits. That's the kind of "candy" I eat.
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    8. Thick Crisp Fatty Steak. If I'm going to eat meat, I want it to be good. Otherwise, why bother. It's an insult to the steer. Rib Eye seered at 500 degrees, then cooked at 350 to the "rare side of medium rare". I like it hot and running with blood.
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    Those are the eight things I can think of right now that are my "bad" foods that are still relatively "good" foods (because they are processed relatively less).

    Eating "bad" can be really, REALLY GUUUUUUUUD!
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    Jun 11, 2012 4:32 AM GMT
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    That place is STILL open? OMG! I stopped there in like 84 once!
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    Jun 11, 2012 4:34 AM GMT
    I recently did a 30 day cleanse and basically overhauled my eating habits. After eating really clean for over a month I decided to have some Taco Bell one night. Although it tasted good I immediately had stomach issues and some other fun stuff if you get my drift. Made me realize that 'food' is harsh on the body and not what anyone should be eating. Don't really care to eat it ever again.
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    Jun 11, 2012 5:49 AM GMT
    princeofnash saidI recently did a 30 day cleanse and basically overhauled my eating habits. After eating really clean for over a month I decided to have some Taco Bell one night. Although it tasted good I immediately had stomach issues and some other fun stuff if you get my drift. Made me realize that 'food' is harsh on the body and not what anyone should be eating. Don't really care to eat it ever again.


    That's the point. It's not "food". In my view, it's the excrement of chemical labs and "processing factories" which turn the once living, into ghoulish similacra not meant for consumption.

    For example, CLEARFIELD® Corn, Wheat, and Rice "hybrids" (from BASF Plant Science) was developed using "mutagenesis" with sodium azide (google that!). Mmmm! Mutated food. That sounds so "Chernobyl" or "Fukashima" or "Love Canal".

    The "beef" in the taco? It's not legally "beef". Now doesn't that sound like something "yummy" to clog your innards feed your tummy?

    Here's more on the Taco Bell Doritos Taco

    I hope everybody can be strong and resist the urge to poison themselves at Taco Bell.
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    Jun 11, 2012 5:54 AM GMT
    Ugh, make this thread go away!! I am craving Doritos with sour cream now..in a bad, bad way. I do loathe Taco Bell though i do love their Crunchy Taco Supreme with a side of jalape├▒os.
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    Jun 11, 2012 5:55 AM GMT
    Can't wait for the Flaming Hot version. icon_biggrin.gif
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    Jun 11, 2012 5:58 AM GMT
    showme saidMeh. I make my own tacos. Very easy.


    Same here, and much better for you.
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    Jun 11, 2012 6:04 AM GMT
    I get what you are saying. If I had the money to buy a ton of non-processed, awesome foods, I would. It would cost me probably 1/2 of the paycheck I get now. For now, I will eat what I can and eat taco bell every once in a while. And even when I have the money to eat the food that I want to eat, I'll probably still eat taco bell every so often.
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    Jun 11, 2012 6:11 AM GMT
    i want a hot cheetos version... id love that.