The royalty of fast food.

Jess and I were discussing how there was Burger King and Dairy Queen (there’s also a Smoothie King), so where were all the other restaurant royalty? We took the liberty of making them up (some may be other titles than actual royalty).
Philly Pharaoh, Pasta Prince, Weiner Kaiser, Spaghetti Sultan, Chicken Emperor, Curry Khan, Meatball Maha-rajah, Soup Sheik, Cookie Czar, Fish F�hrer, Pizza President, Grand Moff Muffins, etc. Feel free to contribute your own.
Also, why is it that anywhere where tacos are sold, they get top billing? Taco Bell, Taco cabana, there are many taco places. Most of these places also sell burritos which, in my opinion, are far superior. Perhaps I should open a Burrito Baron. All other mexican foods are oppressed by the taco. The taco always gets the name. Why? Who decided that tacos are the top of the mexican food chain? I don’t even really like tacos, unless they’re soft tacos in which case all they really are is tacos trying to be burritos. It’s time to stop the oppressions! Let some other foods take the limelight! Down with the taco regime!


6 Responses

  1. Jess says:

    Hee! Bushwacking Baron Burrito!

  2. Chainsaw says:

    There’s a restaurant called Burrito Heaven, and they sell t-shirts that say “Roll a Fat One.”
    Yes, it’s frequented by college students.

  3. Jupe says:

    Heeeeeeeeeee!! Weiner Kaiser!!!

  4. Jess says:

    Chainsaw – I think Heath’s theory about burritos was that, when both tacos and burritos are present, tacos get top billing. If it’s just burritos, oh sure, they can have the name then. Does Burrito Heaven also have tacos? If so, this truly is a rare triumph for the superior dish!

  5. Beth says:

    Man, I really wish there were a Curry Khan. That would fuckin’ make my day.

  6. Chainsaw says:

    There are no tacos in Burrito Heaven, which is why I mentioned it, but I got side tracked by the memories of the t-shirt. D’oh!

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