I love Taco Bell.
I know it’s disgusting. I know they use repurposed horse giblets in their tacos, that the food carries next to no nutritional value, and that every bite of a Taco Bell taco I take brings me one step closer to death.
But still…it’s just so damn good.
(KFC is good too, but in any story involving Taco Bell, Taco Bell gets the lion’s share of the attention. That’s the way it is – I don’t make the rules, I just play by ’em.)
The biggest problem with Taco Bell is this: unless you live close to one, there’s a good chance that you have no idea where the nearest one is. Which means if you’re in the mood for some late-night self-destruction (also known as “Fourthmeal”), you’re shit outta luck.
Well, my friends, your luck is about to change: Taco Bell (and KFC, whatever) are coming to Grubhub.
So far, there’s no confirmed timeline for when we can expect delivery of those south-of-the-border delights. Yum Brands – the parent company for Taco Bell, KFC, and Pizza Hut – says it will be testing pickup and delivery initiatives in the coming months.
Imagine, if you will, a world where you can pull out your phone, open your Grubhub app, press a few buttons and have a delicious Crunchwrap Supreme delivered to your doorstep. That’s the kind of world I want to live in.
Remember the date it’s released, people. This is the day we’ll tell our grandchildren about in the years to come.