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tried the dorito taco once also when drunk as shite. it sucked


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It was a letdown for me


you actually had your hopes up for t bell?






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Rickety Cricket
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re: The Doritos Locos Tacos helped create 15,000 jobs


The problem with the locos tacos is that they just aren't good. I'd rather a chalupa.





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TFTC
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re: The Doritos Locos Tacos helped create 15,000 jobs


Maybe they should just market the shells for home taco making...


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Jones
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never had a chalupa there.

only thing i order is tacos, nachos, and maybe a burrito






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Hulkklogan
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Well, as much as can be expected by taco bell. I mean, I love doritos, and when I'm drunk I love taco bell.. I thought the combo would be epic drunk food, but I was slightly let down


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TFTC
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I wouldnt want all that orange shite all over my hands...





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Jones
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yea word. the dorito taste is too strong and it also seems too dry for a taco(if thats possible)





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Hulkklogan
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Volcano burrito with no sour cream is my go-to drunk grab. It was also my go-to taco bell item when I was a super fatty. That volcano sauce.. I just want to use it in place of cheese on everything


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BRgetthenet
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I haven't had Taco Bell in 17 years.







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Rohan2Reed
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Maybe they should just market the shells for home taco making...


Wow this is pretty brilliant. You need to try your hand at running a company. I hear JC Penney is looking for a new CEO.






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RebelLeader
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re: The Doritos Locos Tacos helped create 15,000 jobs


ahmen to that





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Mike da Tigah
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There is no shame in an honest days labor. A job is a job and Taco Bell seems to have done a good thing by innovating to the point that they needed to add so many "team members."


There is a shame in working and yet not being able to pay your bills.

If we really want to do something, how about instead of taco hell, we spend our money with people who pay their employees to earn a living they can live on rather than investing in the "deal"?

I can't see anyone that is really winning here, besides maybe Taco Bell as a company.







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Lester Earl
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That's mighty white of ya


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LSUballs
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I was not impressed with the Doritos Taco I had. There are way better options on the menu.





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HeadyBrosevelt
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re: The Doritos Locos Tacos helped create 15,000 jobs


Taco Bell's Buffalo chicken Loaded Griller is my jam





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Mike da Tigah
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That's mighty white of ya


We invest in what's important to us.






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GynoSandberg
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You eat at Applebee's. Step off the high horse padna





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Lester Earl
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re: The Doritos Locos Tacos helped create 15,000 jobs


You think Taco Bell employees are overqualified in relation to their salary?





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Gris Gris
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I was not impressed with the Doritos Taco I had.


You didn't order right at that drive thru, Mr. Balls.






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Mike da Tigah
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You think Taco Bell employees are overqualified in relation to their salary?


No, perhaps even under qualified, but I'll say this. The more we devalue food and culinary arts in general the more our food is a joke, and nobody wins from that. This is all fed by our desire for the deal rather than excellence though. The end result is a dwindling talent pool and a continual dumbing down of food to fit the dumbed down back of the house that we created when we the consumers sought after the deal rather than really good food. 15K garbage jobs doesn't really impress me as much as creating jobs to make better food and eventually a living that is valued by people with brains and initiative, initiative that is killed once people realize they can't live off of their desire to cook for a living, well, not in places that don't value it compared to the deal and other nonsense.









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