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hot taco or cold taco?

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hey guys!
in my last discussion (soft toco or hard taco) soft taco won!
now I would like to ask you another question... do you like your taco Warm or cold?
Aaron
ps: I like mine warm =)

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updated MAR 30, 2009
posted by Aaron Brunaz

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I like both, but I also like hot and refrigerated pizza, too, so I guess I'm one of those people without a discriminating palate.

I agree 100%. I like both fresh pizza and right out of the refrigerator. Same with my tacos. If I have left over tacos from Taco Bell.. Forget the microwave, I will eat it cold. Burritos would be a different story though. smile

updated MAR 30, 2009
posted by brandon2
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i mean twenty-first lol

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ewwwww refrigerated pizza? O_o 'pokes' COME TO THE twenieth century please lol

Quentin said:

I like both, but I also like hot and refrigerated pizza, too, so I guess I'm one of those people without a discriminating palate.

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updated ENE 24, 2009
posted by Vilaeyas
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Cold tacos''? Am I missing something here'

updated ENE 23, 2009
posted by Mz-Badger
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ewwwww refrigerated pizza? O_o 'pokes' COME TO THE twenieth century please lol

Quentin said:

I like both, but I also like hot and refrigerated pizza, too, so I guess I'm one of those people without a discriminating palate.

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updated ENE 23, 2009
posted by Vilaeyas
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LOL yeah, soft taco's always win. XD But hmmm I think i have to chooooose hot. Cold taco's are IDK just too cold, its like having cold pizza, ew ew ew...I raise my hand for hot. XD

updated ENE 23, 2009
posted by Vilaeyas
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I like both, but I also like hot and refrigerated pizza, too, so I guess I'm one of those people without a discriminating palate.

updated ENE 23, 2009
posted by 0074b507
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thanks Nathaniel,
lol I just noticed my spelling error.

updated ENE 23, 2009
posted by Aaron Brunaz
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hot taco all the way

updated ENE 23, 2009
posted by big-g
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do you mean "taco"'

updated ENE 23, 2009
posted by Nathaniel
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