Thursday, November 30, 2006

A Different Perspective

Recently, a very good friend of mine from high school read my blog for the first time. She loves Taco Bell and had intended to just glance at it one evening whilst at home. Alas, she found herself compelled (understandably) to go back to the very first post and start reading from the very beginning. It turned into a night of fun, I believe. How could it not?

I asked Michelle if she had any stories about Taco Bell that I should relay as this blog loves a testamonial.

Here is her reflection:

I don't know that I have taco bell "stories" but I did notice that my Taco Bell experience is very different than your own. Reason #1 I rarely, if ever, use any of the sauce. I'll sometimes ask for it just to spice things up a bit but I'll only use it for a couple bites than stop. Reason #2 I never get the bean burrito. My main choices are a nacho bell grande, mexican pizza, and sometimes a burrito supreme, depending on my mood. As of recently I'll get the crunchwrap. I also almost always get a "meal deal" because I love nothing more than taco bell with a massive fountain mt. dew and I like to get that extra taco that comes with it, almost like a dessert. Considering I can't drink caffeine after about 1 in the afternoon without being awake all night, my taco bell dining is usually during the lunch time hours.

..which brings me to something else I'd like to note. In one of your blogs, someone mentioned that they don't like to eat taco bell in food courts because they don't like seeing and smelling the other food. I could not disagree more. I actually feel bad for the people eating other things and assume they are jealous of my eating Taco Bell (I woudl be if I were them) so I end up enjoying it more. On many 'o lunch breaks I went to the food court with then intention of getting something non-Taco Bell but if I see it, I eat it.

In conclusion, even though our taco bell experience is different, this almost proves how wonderful taco bell really is because it can satisfy so many different desires. We all end our consumption with a sense of satisfaction and a little glint of happiness for the next time.

I love it! Michelle's conclusion is the very foundation of this blog: that a love/devotion for Taco Bell is universal.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Taco Bell Stinks

2:46:00 PM  
Blogger Ross said...

I'm a friend of Ash Howze - she passed me onto your blog- I, too, love taco bell. Had the meximelt tonight. mmm... meximelt.

11:15:00 PM  
Blogger Liz said...

oh yes, i have never had that before but have oft considered it. but thanks for reading.

can you believe this anonymous? too scared to use his/her real name to make such a nasty statement.

10:36:00 AM  
Blogger whipcreamy said...

well, i just have to say that i am glas that michelle read your blog from start to finish. you could write a book! yes...i agree with you liz. anonymous here has to balls/clit if he/she can't even write in with some sort of name. come on now! reveal yourself taco bell hater!

12:18:00 PM  
Anonymous Michelle said...

Just so you can all rest easy at night, I will let you know that I know anonymous. He is a foolish boy that sits next to me at work and I told him about my insert in the blog. His evil words were used to upset me and shouldn't be taken personally against taco bell. Maybe if he accepted his hidden love of taco bell he wouldn't be such a cruel person. We can only feel sorry for him because as we all know, anyone that lives a taco-bell-less life obviously isn't living a happy life. Taco Bell. Crave it. Eat it. Love it.

5:29:00 PM  
Blogger Liz said...

VERY well put, michelle and erin. michelle, i think you could write for taco bell, too. you can become one of my research assistants until you take on the task full time.

11:26:00 AM  
Blogger whipcreamy said...

yes yes....good job michelle! you better keep up with the blog and perhaps start your own!

4:55:00 PM  

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