Friday, March 9, 2012

Selection Reminder: Dorito Taco Release Party tonight at the Falcon!

Posted By on Fri, Mar 9, 2012 at 12:00 PM


Friday, March 9Dorito Taco Release Party

6 p.m.

the Falcon Bar

819 E. Washington St.


free until they run out

We applaud the Falcon Bar for recognizing and commemorating this historic day: the day Taco Bell teamed up with Frito-Lay to openly declare war on your bowels and arteries with a junk-food mashup (ick) of earth-shattering proportions. As the event organizer points out, Taco Bell’s orange-dusted gut-bender is equivalent to the advent of Crystal Pepsi or KFC’s blatantly offensive Double Down sandwich. The Falcon Bar also promises that, for equal-opportunity gross-out, “Vegetarian [tacos] will be available if you’re not into cat meat.” If we know anything about the effects of Taco Bell, you’ll experience your own “release party” when you get home. Better stock up on Febreze, Gas-X and extra toilet paper. – Jessica Bryce Young

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