tried a Crunch Wrap Supreme (Taco Bell) for the first time today

tried a Crunch Wrap Supreme (Taco Bell) for the first time today

Post by Darth Chao » Thu, 28 Jul 2005 11:47:38


Verdict? My tastebuds were having multiple ***s. Best menu item Taco
Bell has ever offered IMHO. And very affordable, too. That, in addition
to two soft tacos, a chicken quesadilla, and a side of nachos costed
about $6.75. Highly recommended.
 
 
 

tried a Crunch Wrap Supreme (Taco Bell) for the first time today

Post by Noodles Jefferso » Thu, 28 Jul 2005 11:58:27



Quote:
> Verdict? My tastebuds were having multiple ***s. Best menu item Taco
> Bell has ever offered IMHO. And very affordable, too. That, in addition
> to two soft tacos, a chicken quesadilla, and a side of nachos costed
> about $6.75. Highly recommended.

So it was...good to go?

--
Noodles Jefferson
Yeah, I went there.

 
 
 

tried a Crunch Wrap Supreme (Taco Bell) for the first time today

Post by buck nake » Thu, 28 Jul 2005 12:15:33

Quote:

> Verdict? My tastebuds were having multiple ***s. Best menu item
> Taco Bell has ever offered IMHO. And very affordable, too. That, in
> addition to two soft tacos, a chicken quesadilla, and a side of
> nachos costed about $6.75. Highly recommended.

Wow...and how much does that heart bypass surgery cost?

 
 
 

tried a Crunch Wrap Supreme (Taco Bell) for the first time today

Post by Frank Ricar » Thu, 28 Jul 2005 12:23:43

Quote:


> > Verdict? My tastebuds were having multiple ***s. Best menu item
> > Taco Bell has ever offered IMHO. And very affordable, too. That, in
> > addition to two soft tacos, a chicken quesadilla, and a side of
> > nachos costed about $6.75. Highly recommended.

> Wow...and how much does that heart bypass surgery cost?

Hi Morgan Spurlock!

According to tacobell.com, that meal has 1,840 calories and 100 grams
of fat.

Yikes!

 
 
 

tried a Crunch Wrap Supreme (Taco Bell) for the first time today

Post by Noodles Jefferso » Thu, 28 Jul 2005 13:10:52



Quote:


> > > Verdict? My tastebuds were having multiple ***s. Best menu item
> > > Taco Bell has ever offered IMHO. And very affordable, too. That, in
> > > addition to two soft tacos, a chicken quesadilla, and a side of
> > > nachos costed about $6.75. Highly recommended.

> > Wow...and how much does that heart bypass surgery cost?

> Hi Morgan Spurlock!

> According to tacobell.com, that meal has 1,840 calories and 100 grams
> of fat.

How in the hell can you make lettuce, cheese and ground beef have so
many ***ing calories? Good lord!

Quote:

> Yikes!

I had Denny's tonight so I can't really talk a whole lot of shit about
other people's dietary choices.

--
Noodles Jefferson
mhm31x9 Smeeter#29 WSD#30
sTaRShInE_mOOnBeAm aT HoTmAil dOt CoM

"Our earth is degenerate in these latter days, *** and corruption
are common, children no longer obey their parents and the end of the
world is evidently approaching."
--Assyrian clay tablet 2800 B.C.

 
 
 

tried a Crunch Wrap Supreme (Taco Bell) for the first time today

Post by Lord Gow, rogue bull of the 333 » Fri, 29 Jul 2005 01:18:44


Quote:




>> > > Verdict? My tastebuds were having multiple ***s. Best menu item
>> > > Taco Bell has ever offered IMHO. And very affordable, too. That, in
>> > > addition to two soft tacos, a chicken quesadilla, and a side of
>> > > nachos costed about $6.75. Highly recommended.

>> > Wow...and how much does that heart bypass surgery cost?

>> Hi Morgan Spurlock!

>> According to tacobell.com, that meal has 1,840 calories and 100 grams
>> of fat.

> How in the hell can you make lettuce, cheese and ground beef have so
> many ***ing calories? Good lord!

Behold the power of cheese!

LG
--
I want to remind you that success in life is based on hard slogging. There
will be periods when discouragement is great and upsetting, and the antidote
for this is calmness and fortitude and a modest yet firm belief in your
competence. Be sure that your priorities are in order so that you can
proceed in a logical manner, and be ever mindful that nothing will take the
place of persistence.
- Publisher and philanthropist Walter Annenberg in a letter to his son.

 
 
 

tried a Crunch Wrap Supreme (Taco Bell) for the first time today

Post by Darth Chao » Fri, 29 Jul 2005 10:27:47

I dunno...what's more fattening? The seasoned ground beef, the cheese
sauce, or the sour cream?
 
 
 

tried a Crunch Wrap Supreme (Taco Bell) for the first time today

Post by Darth Chao » Fri, 29 Jul 2005 10:29:30

Yes, it was "good to go" (god that "good to go" guy is
annoying...rather see the Taco Bell chihuahua do a run-in and punk him
out).
 
 
 

tried a Crunch Wrap Supreme (Taco Bell) for the first time today

Post by trijcom » Fri, 29 Jul 2005 13:53:51

Quote:
>Verdict? My tastebuds were having multiple ***s. Best menu item Taco

Bell has ever offered IMHO. And very affordable, too. That, in addition

to two soft tacos, a chicken quesadilla, and a side of nachos costed

Quote:
>about $6.75. Highly recommended.

Good grief, Chuck Biscuits! Antifreeze is one of the sweetest-tasting
liquids on the planet, but I wouldn't drink it! But looking at what you
ate here, I guess you would!
 
 
 

tried a Crunch Wrap Supreme (Taco Bell) for the first time today

Post by Darth Chao » Sat, 30 Jul 2005 10:20:26

I think you just outed yourself as CSPI president Michael Jacobson. :D