That Taco Place

“What was the name of that taco place with the great tacos?”

“Torchy’s Tacos.”

“Yeah, I’ve gotta remember that. Let’s go there again. I want to try another one.” Can you get addicted to a taco place after only one visit? I think I am. Here’s why. . .

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4 Responses to That Taco Place

  1. “Torchy’s Tacos have the sexiest, steamiest… –“ Claude’s face assumed a dreamy glow. Zoe’s fist brought him back to reality with a jolt.
    “We were talking addictive food here, not waitresses, dickhead! And take that hurt look off your face. No woman likes her date to rave about other women!”

  2. Claire says:

    “Hey, let’s have lunch at that taco place that makes the soft tacos I like,” Mindy said.
    “That’s a scathingly brilliant idea, sis. I’m starved!”
    Leaving the mall and dumping the shopping bags in the trunk of the car, they let out a sigh of relief as they nestled into the car.
    Mindy turned the key and nothing. Again. Nothing.
    “What now?” her sister asked.
    “Oh no! The car is out of gas!”
    “Well, I guess there goes our hankering for soft tacos!”

  3. Edwin Jeter says:

    That Taco Place makes my mouth water, and it causes me to pleasantly think. My mouth waters because the food there is great and tasty. Not only does the taco place have great food, but it introduces me to another culture. That causes pleasant thoughts in another language each visit.

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