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February 27, 2013


A Florida man is facing a misdemeanor charge after allegedly battering a teenage relative with a Taco Bell burrito.

(Thanks to Jeff Meyerson)


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Maybe he should have stood on his porch and fired off the burrito instead.

I'm just glad it wasn't Burrito Supreme Chicken. You can put a nose out with those things

"throttled"? "battered"? "delivered"?

Near as I can tell, he threw a burrito at the kid and it hit him in the face.

P.S. I saw Burrito Battery open for ELO in 82.

Drop the chalupa.

It is time for Strict Federal Controls. And possibly lunch.



Most burrito assaults occur an hour or so after someone has eaten them.



Bloomberg better keep his mitts off my burito, Mikey.

We can expect a new Taco Bell menu item soon...a battered burrito.

Just think of the carnage if Taco Bell merged with Chuck E. Cheese!

As Roseland, IN Taco Bell Employee of the Month, June 1977, all I can say is that this wouldn't have happened with a smaller, properly made burrito.

And the way the world economy is going, I may be begging for my old job back !

Maybe he was just horsing around.

Drop it, punk! Now, if you can pick it back up in less than five seconds, you can still ...

No, boy! Bad dog! Put that down! Leave it! Leave it, I said! Give it to ... Oh, forget it. Damn dog.

A weapon of mass indigestion.

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