Mexico Beats Its Own Taco Record; Lacks Funds to Register Such Feat

So you guys thought I was joking when I said we (the Mexicans) know how to make the world’s largest and spiciest tacos, ever!

Not only New Mexico couldn’t beat regular Mexico with their huge navajo taco the other day, but regular Mexico has done it again, beating its own world record, by cooking a 50-meter long taco filled with an “indeterminate” volume of onion, rice, cilantro, pork cracklings, beef, chicken, eggs and sausages.

Alas, such an achievement could not be registered in the Guinness Book of Records, simply because sufficient funds were not available.

“We’re in the process of registering it, but it implies an expenditure that can’t be contemplated right now of more than 400,000 pesos (some $33,000),” municipal official Agustin Torres Pérez told EFE.

So hereby this blogger is launching a campaign for the officers over there at the Guiness Book record-thing to stop the nonsense and give my people a well-deserved discount. Or, perhaps, they will let us pay them in kind, with some delicious taquitos?

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2 Responses to Mexico Beats Its Own Taco Record; Lacks Funds to Register Such Feat

  1. Jonas says:

    yo me acabo solito el taco mas grande del mundo me lo como TODO haha, se me antojo con la salsa picante mas enchilosa del Mundo

    Jonas | Como bajar las piernas

  2. Geni - Como Bailar Danza Arabe says:

    Les falto la salsa mas grande del mundo para acompañar el taco ese grandote…

    Geni | Como Bailar Danza Arabe

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