Man Dan really loves Taco Bell to the point where the lowest scoring item has a score at 76. Thank you though for making those graphs and grids. I noticed some items were missing, like the Crunchwraps and the Cheesy Gordita Crunch, guess Dan's Taco Bell was out of those I guess, because I haven't seen the periscope yet.
The Cheesy Gordita Crunch is the best thing Taco Bell makes, especially if you sub in the Doritos Locos Cool Ranch taco shell, which somehow makes it cheaper for reasons I'll never understand but will never complain about. Other quality items that are missing are the Beefy 5-layer Burrito, the Quesarito, and the Beefy Nacho Griller, all of which are good.
I think the problem with the XXL GSB (GameSpotBomb?!) is that there are just more (as in, amount of each) ingredients on it to the point of being disproportionate. I like guacamole and all, but holy fuck damn that is too much guacamole.
@rongalaxy: Used to be better when it was just the regular-ass Grilled Stufft Burrito. The XXL is, weirdly, a sub-par imitation.
Spot on, both of you. The old-school GSB was amazing, whereas the new one is an expensive and somewhat-gross tube of guacamole I always seem to wish I hadn't eaten. If I'm going grilled at Taco Bell, the Beefy Nacho Griller is where I'm headed.
Other Taco Bell notes:
- I disagree highly on Dan's low score of the smothered burrito. It's the closest thing we've got to the glorious Enchirito of days past, and therefore deserves nostalgia points, on top of being a ridiculously filling and fairly tasty item.
- I believe I've actually had everything on the Taco Bell menu with the exception of the chicken variants (though not in one sitting like this), and IMO, the Burrito Supreme is the worst thing Taco Bell makes. Most everything else is somewhere between pretty alright and fantastic.
-This list made me go get Taco Bell for lunch today. I regret nothing.
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