By Bad Seed
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It’s Mexican food mania in America this week. Just a few days ago, Taco Bell offered up free tacos thanks to their “steal a base, steal a taco” campaign with the World Series. Now Chipotle has thrown their tortilla into the ring.
According students dressed as a burrito will receive a free burrito from Chipotle today from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. What the web site failed to mention was that Kent State students aren’t the only lucky ones. Anyone with a little extra tinfoil on hand can enjoy this delicious calorie-filled indulgence free of charge.
What exactly constitutes a “burrito costume,” you ask? Well, that’s up to you. Go all out with faux rice and beans or just slap together a simple tinfoil hat and the burrito is yours. And if burrito costumes make you look fat, you can also dress as a taco, “bol” or salad.
The taco providers (both of whom have run these promotions for the last two years) are really take care of our free food needs this week. But the similar promotions beg the not-so-eternal question… What’s better: Dirt cheap Taco Bell greasy goodness or “Look at us, we’re organic” Chipotle toddler-sized burritos?