The History of the Taco
What is this mysterious thing we refer to today as “the taco?”
It’s origins and meaning are as mysterious as it’s name and date back to the early 1650’s when Juan Pedroza Miguel Horatio Miguel Horatio Sanchez Jose Jose Amaranjaha decided that he was sick of burritos.
Mr. Pedroza Miguel Horatio Miguel Horatio Sanchez Jose Jose Amaranjaha in a moment of pure genius, said “hey mang, what if we could have a burrito, but with a hard shell……AYE YAY YAY YAY!!!?”
Being a general in the Queen's royal elite sumbraro brigade, Juan decided that he would test market his new “taco” among the legions of soldiers under his command. He found that morale and overall efficiency increased by .4 %. This gave the Spaniards the edge they needed to beat the invading Ukranian army and the taco became the national food, second only to the chimmichanga.
Today, visitors to Spain enjoy plentiful amounts of tacos, many oblivious to the fact that if it weren’t for the taco, Spain would not exist.