For Whom the Taco Bell Doesn’t Toll
What’s that smell? Just Taco Bell.
I wouldn’t feed Taco Bell to a dog. Personally, I would rather pull off strips of my own flesh – without anesthesia – and feed that to a dog as opposed to feeding him Taco Bell. I know it would be healthier and more nutritious.
And speaking of nutrition: how about the new Quesarito? The Quesarito is some bizarre food hybrid that mixes a quesadilla and a burrito and tops it with sour cream and special rice and a yellow cheese sauce that looks like it was scooped up from a pan in a dysentery ward. The concoction boasts 650 calories with about half of those calories coming from fat. By my math (which I admit is frequently faulty even on a good day), putting aside the sprinking of trans fat in the thing, about 36% of those fat calories are from saturated fat. High in carbohydrates and sugar (who needs sugar on a whatever the hell a Quesarito is?) with a whopping 60 mg of cholesterol and enough sodium to fill an ocean, I can only hope that this unhealthy jumble of digestive distress comes in a wrapping that carries a warning similar to what’s on a pack of cigarettes.
The unhealthy and emetic properties of Taco Bell aside, I give them credit for having some fun commercials, and the Quesarito commercial is another fun one.
Here it is, enjoy!