A Taco Bell dinner

A drawing of a cartoon man pointing upwards

Hey there! This post was written in 2006, so it may contain information that is no longer accurate or thoughts that no longer reflect how I feel. As human beings, we're constantly learning and bettering ourselves through experiences and interactions with the world and each other.

I keep posts like this around for historical purposes and to prevent link rot, so please keep this in mind as you're reading.

— Cory

Ah, yes…fake Mexican food again tonight. I'll probably never learn to decline the urge to gluttonize when it comes to dinner at Taco Bell. The trick, I have learned, is to order the perfect amount of food. Not ordering enough is sure to leave an unforgiving hunger right before bed, and eating too much can almost be tragic!

Unfortunately, the "perfect" amount of food is relative to your stomach's capacity, current level of hunger, and ability to withstand a pound or two of refried beans. Fire sauce is a must, and should also be considered into the equation. Never go with the cinna-twist things because you almost always forget to eat them (plus they get cold really fast). I prefer a Mountain Dew and plenty of extra napkins to finish it off, followed by sitting back, groaning, and wishing I had eaten Chinese food instead.