I think I’ve found the fountain of youth. It is not a literal fountain, but rather, it’s Taco Bell.
I visited Taco Bell today for lunch. It was my first time, you see. So, this might not be news for any of you.
Anyway, I ordered a Crunchy Taco Supreme, a Crunchwrap Supreme and a cup of water. I don’t know if it was something in the food or the water, but by the time got back home I was at least five years younger.
It wore off after about two and a half hours, but you can’t expect something like the metaphorical fountain of youth to be perfect, can you?
When I was a teenager again I was constantly washing my hands. Obsessively washing my hands. Trying to erase the cow blood from my body, my thoughts, my conscience, existence.
But that was years ago. I shouldn’t dwell on things of the past. Especially things that never were. Things never recorded as things that actually happened in the entire existence of the universe.
CONNIE GAINES NEVER EXISTED. THE COW IS A LIE. DO NOT BELIEVE. NEVER BELIEVE.
After the Taco Bell had worn off, I was like: I have got to tell my readers about this! Taco Bell is an amazing establishment, and you should definately eat there every day.
Taco Bell: Live Más, and Más, and Más.
Today’s Quote of the Day is:
Do not know anything! Knowing is dangerous! You will die! – Tom Pearson
Thanks for reading.