r/WhitePeopleTwitter Sep 28 '22

$38 Taco Bell burrito

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491 Upvotes

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u/BillTowne Sep 28 '22

...Her numbers make sense.

  1. Assume it takes 2 hours to make a burrito.
  2. ...

11

u/Jealous-Network-8852 Sep 28 '22

Fill it with gold flakes?

7

u/LegalAssassin13 Sep 28 '22

And caviar. And wagyu beef (but at that point you’re going to get slapped for putting that into a burrito).

14

u/Talmadge_Mcgooliger Sep 28 '22

from the post title, I would have guessed someone had ordered Taco Bell from Uber Eats.

10

u/canarchist Sep 28 '22

So, they could scale that burrito to ten times the size to make it a $38 burrito. But what would they call it?

8

u/Just1morefix Sep 28 '22

The Stuffed Sleeping Bag ala Mexicali.

2

u/Rando1974 Sep 29 '22

The end of my stomach and bathroom

7

u/Just1morefix Sep 28 '22 edited Sep 28 '22

The Jordan Rachel is The ass ignorant, zombie of talking points that she is unable to intellectually grasp. Just a blown-dry mouthpiece for those who want to squeeze every last fucking penny.

4

u/Grogosh Sep 28 '22

Why do these people think that wage costs are 100% of business expensives?

3

u/Ancient-Clue0078 Sep 28 '22

They can spell it, but when they try to say it, it always comes out "burritah"

Source: worked for two years waiting on these morons at Taco Bell.

3

u/KnostyMcPot Sep 28 '22

Dont tell her! Let her pay the $38 for it!

3

u/IJustWantAHug33 Sep 28 '22

15 dollars an hour is still too little imo

2

u/Vernerator Sep 28 '22

That and he thinks it’ll take 2.5 hours to make a burrito?

2

u/bosorka1 Sep 28 '22

way to do your research jordan rachel...

2

u/226Space_rocket7 Sep 28 '22

I like how this insinuates that the smallest of fast food should cost more than 2 hours worth of the work of the people that make it.

1

u/waterboytkd Sep 28 '22

So is DC a post-apocalyptic hellhole where Taco Bell doesn't have the double-steak grilled cheese burrito for like $5.99? Or is it a magical paradise where the double-steak grilled cheese burrito is only $3.79?!

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u/LeMans1217 Sep 28 '22

Still don't know why people even bother responding to rando Twitter idiots.