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  • Submitted by arthurlux on Feb 14, 11 at 3:24pm

    So did you call the burrito back yet, or are you waiting the usual three days?

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    Submitted by colan08 on Feb 14, 11 at 11:51pm

    This sounds like a terrific night! I wish I had more screen names so could give this TFLN 4 thumbs up!!!

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    Submitted by uhhh_hahaha on Feb 14, 11 at 2:23pm

    haha BALDO's California burrito

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    Submitted by handburger on Feb 19, 11 at 11:45am

    I'm pretty sure the burrito concept came from SOUTH america. Get over yourselves kids. Lucky the burrito was still tucked in... Nothing worse than having to rebuild, say a burger, and finding the pickles down near your feet...:(

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    Submitted by KeyiaB on Feb 15, 11 at 5:15am

    Breakfast is served..

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    Submitted by Anonymous on Feb 15, 11 at 10:58am

    Don't eat the sour cream!

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    Submitted by asneakybeaver on Feb 14, 11 at 5:13pm

    Did I still taste good? Just wondering...

  • Submitted by stokedonsurf on Feb 14, 11 at 2:12pm

    California Burrito. lol. same as a Oregon burrito, a Washington. Why dont they just call it a west coast burrito

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      Submitted by joshwinn on Feb 14, 11 at 3:00pm

      Mebe because it was invented in San Diego. Why don't Oregon and Washington get their own foods?

  • Submitted by legonut4 on Feb 14, 11 at 1:55pm

    Anyone who says this is a good night is dumb. You prolly have maggots in your bed now!!!

    • Submitted by katyy on Feb 15, 11 at 12:36am

      Yes, because maggots simply spawn overnight inside of a burrito. Of course, assuming your burrito didn't have a pregnant fly in it, that's impossible unless it went through an immaculate conception, but whatevs.