|On the surface, it looks like a pro athletic, pro exercise campaign.|
|Taco Bell wants us to live more, and so does professional baseball.|
|The Fine Print- it's an App for an electronic device.|
|This side speaks for itself- "So Real, It's Unreal"|
I ended up with a burrito form of nachos- the window cling said it best- "It's Nachos in a Burrito." There was literally corn chips, nacho cheese, sour cream, and about a teaspoon of ground beef inside a huge white sticky flour tortilla. Zero vegetation. It was like eating nacho cheese soup with a spoon made of simple carbs.
The box also contained a beef burrito with cheese, a teaspoon of tomatoes and maybe a breath of onions. No corn chips though.
There was a crunchy taco- also beef, cheese, with a tablespoon of shredded lettuce. Lastly a huge soda. It was like Supersize Me all over again- Is that actually considered a viable meal? It's all in a box together like a combo that should be eaten in a single serving by one person. Uggggh is all I had to say afterward.
In my defense, I had driven through 90 minutes of tropical storm conditions and had a very limited amount of time to get somewhere. As I ate some, not all, of the boxfull, I noticed the ridiculous marketing campaign on that box which was trying to convince me to enjoy a game of virtual baseball on a cellphone. Weird way to "Live Mas" if you ask me. After eating the meal, I felt like I was going to Live Menos, or perhaps not at all for a few minutes.