Skip to comments.Burritos as Big as Babies
Posted on 06/20/2013 7:18:45 PM PDT by TexGrill
Gorditos, a Mexican restaurant in Seattle, has sparked a bizarre photo trend, which sees newborns posed up alongside giant plates of burritos. It says that any diners who take photos of their babies next to one of the restaurant's staggering Burrito Grande plates can eat for free. The only catch: The child must be less than one month old. [Photo: huanqiu.com]
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Don’t be in the bathroom after someone eats one of those!
This is really gross IMO. Wasn’t it China that had [real] fetus soup? One wonders what is in these burritos (as big as babies).
Why not just give birth to the kid in the restaurant, right on the table and take the pics...That should be worth 5 burritos, a Margarita and a combination plate.
That would blow you right off the crapper into the ceiling.
With three, you get egg roll.
Has anyone ever mistaken one for the other? I mean, you realize there is a burrito in your child seat on the way home and then think “Oh my God”?
That blob of sour cream alone could cause a digestive calamity.
Did someone say baby?
Twins on the bar gets ya a bottle of Takillya
I make it a rule not to try to eat anything that is bigger than my head.
Where’s my burrito?!
OK, so they’re really small babies,...but still...
I’ve always been thoroughly disgusted by any type of eating contest.
That said, I don’t know what’s worse — someone attempting to eat these monstrosities, or someone who plops their precious newborn onto the table for a photo op.
I went to El Tepeyac when I worked downtown. I was reading the reviews to see if was still as good. One of the comments was “ The food was great, The restrooms looked clean but smelled funny.”
Hollenbeck was what I got.
With a subject like this, I gar-on-tee every FReeper will check out this thread ;-)
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