Taco Bell launches $10 taco-a-day subscription program

DrSuess

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Taco Bell is trying start its own pandemic of Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) with free Tacos everyday for a month.
 

captaincranky

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that was not made clear, $10/m? I would hit that place everyday
The average adult digestive tract could probably tolerate one taco a day without an excessive amount of distress. Or, it's also possible you could develop natural immunity.

For example, I've often wondered how the people who live in those, "visitors don;'t drink the water" countries, are able to drink the water.
 

PEnnn

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Sure, why not?? Because the American public is not obese enough and the heart attack rate is not astronomical enough from that amazing daily junk food diet....

 

captaincranky

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Sure, why not?? Because the American public is not obese enough and the heart attack rate is not astronomical enough from that amazing daily junk food diet....
Dude, that's why on the 8th day, man invented statins.

Sing with me: "Lip-I-tor lets you eat more....mo o' dem fats" (bkgr chotus, "fats, fats, are where it's at).

And then we steal a line from the Rolling Stones: "Brown sugar, how come you taste so good"?

I've always shied away from really big girls though. Women who might be described as suffering from, "chronic fast food overdose" Their a**es don't just make a dent in a mattress, it's more properly described as a, "gravity well".
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mctommy

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The average adult digestive tract could probably tolerate one taco a day without an excessive amount of distress. Or, it's also possible you could develop natural immunity.

For example, I've often wondered how the people who live in those, "visitors don;'t drink the water" countries, are able to drink the water.
Depends on the country, but my travels to Asia, most of the countries drink bottled water - gallon jugs or bigger - if the water was not potable.
 

captaincranky

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Depends on the country, but my travels to Asia, most of the countries drink bottled water - gallon jugs or bigger - if the water was not potable.
So then, "herd immunity" is somewhat of a myth?

Then again, we've had plenty of, "boil your water before drinking days", here in the US as well.

I'm a Coke addict, so I don'y normally drink water, bottled or otherwise. I do use bottled water for ice cubes. If I use my tap water, they stink to high heaven.
 
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FaTaL

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They should have a slogan with this advertisment: "Guaranteed chronic diarrhea or your money back"