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^ Ok, please explain. What is it with the Japanese and using hardshell tacos for everything?!


Never even knew this was an issue! Isn't the original Taco Bell taco a hard taco?

Please explain before I can explain. LOL :mrgreen:

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Emilio wrote:
^ Ok, please explain. What is it with the Japanese and using hardshell tacos for everything?!


Never even knew this was an issue! Isn't the original Taco Bell taco a hard taco?

Please explain before I can explain. LOL :mrgreen:


Ok I am super confused now. The taco you just posted up on the last page is from a Japanese Taco Bell?!?!?! If the answer is yes, then holy shit, what a fresh and health looking taco bell taco.

The reason I ask whats with the tacos is the last set of photos a while ago you posted contained one of those rice tacos or whatever that looks delicious. Just seems like Mexican and Japanese could be the two weirdest types of cuisine to combine haha.

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No no no... there is no such thing as Taco Bell in Japan. I made that taco myself.

I just wasn't sure where you were coming from when you said that Japan has a reputation for using hard shells. I've never heard nor experienced such a thing!
Generally speaking, there ARE NO tacos in Japan. Mexican food is pretty hard to find, and when you do, it's never of a Japan-Mexican fusion type. Sorry for the confusion!

But for the record, because Mexican food is scarce here, I've become pretty good at making tacos!

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jt_rebel wrote:
No no no... there is no such thing as Taco Bell in Japan. I made that taco myself.

I just wasn't sure where you were coming from when you said that Japan has a reputation for using hard shells. I've never heard nor experienced such a thing!
Generally speaking, there ARE NO tacos in Japan. Mexican food is pretty hard to find, and when you do, it's never of a Japan-Mexican fusion type. Sorry for the confusion!

But for the record, because Mexican food is scarce here, I've become pretty good at making tacos!


Haha now I understand what happened there.

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This is why I am often making my own. It's actually just easier! :P

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I got stung by a jellyfish while surfing today. It felt like I had a thread come around my wrist when paddling, and it felt all tingly and scratchy, kind of like how the tag on the neck of a t-shirt feels. Then, it started getting all red, like a bunch of mosquito bites. It's all better now though. Didn't even see the thing!

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I got stung by a jellyfish while surfing today. It felt like I had a thread come around my wrist when paddling, and it felt all tingly and scratchy, kind of like how the tag on the neck of a t-shirt feels. Then, it started getting all red, like a bunch of mosquito bites. It's all better now though. Didn't even see the thing!


Did you pee on it?.....or is that just Urchin stings? hahaha

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