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T.W.I.A.T.s F#$k your theory
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T.W.I.A.T. Theory

So, I've been around. I love the fuck out of Mexican food. And no one has ever explained to me the functional difference between burritos, tacos and fajitas. As near as I can tell, the only real difference is how they're served: burritos are served assembled, fajitas are served with a hot plate of stuffings, and tacos can be served pretty much however the hell you want, but often buffet-style. Thing is, it's all the same stuff. Meat, veggies, beans, rice, cheese, salsa, etc- there is no specific combination to make it a burrito, a fajita or a taco. I'm calling bullshit. I say it's all the same thing, and it's time to start calling them all by the same name: T.W.I.A.T.s. Why T.W.I.A.T.s? What does it stand for?
Things Wrapped In A Tortilla. Because that's what it is. Who's with me?


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F#$k your theory

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If you limit yourself to the popular "take-out" dishes you're missing 'Mexican food". Just like my bro-in-law "hates Italian food". He think all Italian food is tomato sauce and pasta. …. crap. Both have their great dishes and they are NOT served @ Taco Bell or Mario's Pizza shop! I have been to Mexico and Italy and I think your theory is a T.W.A.T theory. ;-)

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TheDevil(1) Disputed
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Never been to Mexico. Been to Cali which is the next best thing, and I wholeheartedly agree with you, Taco Bell is not real Mexican food. The basis of my argument is that even at good, genuine Mexican joints, they can't explain the functional difference between the three dishes. Or possibly they can't explain it in English. That's why I'm calling bullshit, and saying that how you serve something doesn't make it another kind of food deserving of a different name. But hey, if there's a real difference of ingredients between fajitas, tacos and burritos, change my mind.

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AlofRI(2847) Clarified
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I didn't say there was. My point is there are different Mexican and Italian dishes, with different ingredients, than the popular fast food samples that make some people think "that's it". Both have a much larger cuisine than we normally see.

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I'm all in ;)

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