|1.||Taco Bell Snob|
a rare breed of fast food connoisseur known for their tendency to turn their noses at other, inferior fast food joints, e.g. McDonalds and Wendys. They are also known to order items that are not on the menu but will be custom made by the amazing, accommodating employees. Taco Bell snobs are best avoided at all costs as they can engage you in hours long conversations about the merits of mixing different spice sauces together and substituting beans for beef on most menu items.
That sexy Taco Bell Snob just ordered a cheesy gordita crunch with beans instead of meat AND asked for all temperatures of sauces. What a snob.
A Cave Creek, Arizona term. Basically means guys who dress, and act like they can dirtbike. But really can't. They come up with their own terms too. Like: wicked sick brea, prolly a fish, brosie, etc. You can find them hanging out at the local Taco Bell, or gas station with their SRH stickered up trucks.
Look at Matt, he's such a brea. Hanging out at Taco Bell.
the art of grabbing the components out of a taco and leaving the taco shell, as you eat it infront of the Taco Bell employee. This is very similar to a trend of McDonalds, known as coneing
My pals and I had to decided to spend our Saturday night "Taccoing" as a form of amusment. The employees were peeved at our horse play.
abreve. for Double Decker Taco.
a delish item at T-bell, or Taco Bell to the layman.
NOTICE: after 9pm, taco bell employees always prefer you order in abreves.
large code red,
"may i take your order please"
"yeah come at me with a tosty, a DDT, one bean burrit, a la-co-re and some ciny twists."
"...oh and fire sauce."
n. The fictional (or maybe not) fast food restaurant owned by Sousuke Aizen in the anime Bleach. It was created by user spartydragon in an epic thread on capslock_bleach on LiveJournal. This restaurant has been known to serve all kinds of residents of Hueco Mundo, including the incredibly adorable mini Menos. They serve many dishes similar to those at Taco Bell, such as quesadillas (possibly renamed queszayellas) and bantaquitos, only they are more delicious, because Aizen makes them with love. Or Benevolent Overlord powers. Known employees are Ulquiorra Schiffer and Charlotte Coolhorn. And it is always okay to stick a burrito in Ulquiorra's Hollow hole. Always.
Competition for this fine eatery include but are not limited to: Kenpachi Fried Chicken, Del Tousen, Urahara's Hot Dog Stand, Arrancarbucks, Gin's Tavern, Gil-Fil-A, and Shuu Lobster.
You can never have enough Taco Aizen.
Kyle Hebert: Welcome to Taco Aizen, may I take your order?
A slang term that Taco Bell employees use to describe a Mexican Pizza with sour cream (skeet) on it.
Hey numb nuts, don't hand that out. You forgot to put skeet on that Mexican Skeetza. Sigh, I got it. *skeet*
The end result of what's in your meal when you mess with drive through employees of the female variety. Thigh Cheese is the combination of inner thigh sweat and raked skin from just below the Eden zone. Right where the sweat starts to make it's way into the crack for a beautiful sweat stain (most commonly seen at gyms). Men do not exhibit thigh cheese for they lack the pheromones that produces the juice of the under-garden. It is odorless and leaves that poisonous weird taste at the back of your tongue when you are finished eating. It cannot be removed by simply spitting. No worries though, it is non-lethal.
You constantly repeat and change an order while at Taco Bell. You get said order from an obviously annoyed but smiling female employee who happily hands it over. You have just received a nice quantity of thigh cheese. Enjoy it, it's untraceable.