When it comes to fast-food innovation, there seems to be no shortage of ideas at Taco Bell. First, there was the black taco, in which the restaurant took a regular taco and put it in a different colored shell. Then, there was the volcano taco, in which Taco Bell took a regular taco and put it in yet a different colored shell. The ‘Doritos Taco’ followed that, in which the chain took a regular taco and coated it in the stuff you throw away at the bottom of a Doritos bag. Following that development came MTN Dew A.M. in which all vowels and some consonants were removed from the word Mountain. It was a mixture of 50% Mountain Dew and 50% orange juice, so you only got half of the caffeine and half of the vitamin C you needed to get going in the morning. Now, Taco Bell has ingeniously created the Waffle Taco. Does it hit the mark? Read our review
The first thing one notices about the Waffle Taco is its unmistakable taco shape.
“Could this really be breakfast?” I asked myself. Several of my coworkers asked me to quiet down.
Unfortunately, once I released the morning entrée from its restrictive, formfitting packaging, it immediately reverted to its original waffle shape, sending the interior egg, cheese and sausage flying all over my shirt and face. One of my coworkers dared me to dip my tie into the syrup.
“Grow up,” I told him. Several of my coworkers shushed me.
We had some important Japanese investors in town that day.
“You dishonor us,” they said through their translators.
I asked them to explain how I had dishonored them, but they struggled to come up with answers.
I decided to concede with an apologetic bow. Unfortunately, this sent the eggs, cheese and sausage flying all over them. They tried to shield themselves, but it was too late.
“Why do you bow so hard?!” they asked through their translator, who I believe was exaggerating their anger.
My boss yelled at me to try and appease the investors. I pointed out that the investors had more breakfast debris on them and maybe he was yelling at the wrong person.
I was immediately fired.
In conclusion, I give the Waffle Taco at Taco Bell 5 out of 5 thousand stars.
5 stars is a start ! Give ’em time to work on another better taco . How long is an average person’s life span ?
Approx. 2-500 years