This burrito-lovers rant has resurfaced on Imgur and while it may be an oldie, it's still an important reminder on the rules of burrito making/eating. Also, it's hilarious.
Apparently, Google's parent company Alphabet has a hankering for some guac, because they've just invested in burrito drone delivery specifically for Chipotle.
The research team is currently working on the safety and logisitics of flying a burrito and keeping it hot.
Well, we've almost fixed everything...
A man got over 300 texts from people trying to cash in on Chipotle's free burrito special. They were supposed to text RAINCHECK to 888-222 but several people have added an extra 2 and sent texts to Henry Levine instead.
He told the Washington Post, "The first thing I did was get my free burrito, because I don’t dislike burritos". What a sensible person. Then he started texting back the super fans who sent him more than one message to tell them they had the wrong number.
via Washington Post
Since then he's become a social media sensation and he appears to be on a quest to get those poor people their free burritos! At least he's got his priorities straight after this newfound fame.
Diarrhea is coming.
An E. coli outbreak linked back to Chipotle restaurants in Washington state and Oregon has left nearly two dozen people sick in the past few weeks.
#Breaking: Oregon Health Authority confirms multi-county investigation into E. Coli outbreak that may be linked to Chipotle Restaurants.— Wiley Post (@WileyPostKGW) October 31, 2015
Nineteen cases were traced back to Chipotle restaurants in Washington and three to Oregon. Eight of the patients were hospitalized.
"Anyone who thinks they may have become ill from eating at a Chipotle restaurant in the past three weeks should consult their healthcare provider," said State Epidemiologist Dr. Scott Lindquist in a press release.
No individual food item has been determined as the cause, but 17 of the 19 patients ate at Chipotle recently.
To everyone in the Pacific Northwest, we leave you with this.
Matt Stonie doesn’t savor his food, he demolishes it.
Five years ago, the competitive eater challenged himself to eat a massive burrito as quickly as possible, and he managed to do it in about 15 minutes, according to The Mirror.
To celebrate having 500k followers on YouTube, he recently tried it again and completely crushed his previous record.
“Burritozilla,” as it is called, weighs 5 pounds and is 18-inches long.
Watch him scarf it down in about 1 minutes and 50 seconds.
Stonie has participated in plenty of other food challenges in the past, which you an check out on his YouTube channel, involving pretty much anything you can imagine, including bacon, poutine, egge nog, Twinkies and marshmallow Peeps.