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It's Taco TUESDAY, right?

Asked by Blondesjon (31458 points ) September 19th, 2013

When an establishment that sells food has a day where the highlight is generously priced tacos that day must be Tuesday.

Taco Sunday, Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday are alliteratively unable to uphold this most revered of food specials, right?

only agradable taco enthusiasts please

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12 Answers

dxs's avatar

I don’t see anything wrong with Taco Thursdays if you ask me.

talljasperman's avatar

I don’t want any more pink slime, or refried beans.

janbb's avatar

It was Taco Thursday Chez janbb tonight.

jonsblond's avatar

Friday is taken.

fish fry

ucme's avatar

It’s fish cake friday over here…just.

AshLeigh's avatar

When I lived in Washington there was this place right down the road from our duplex. It was a restaurant by day, and a skeezey bar by night.
They had a taco Tuesday that all the bikers within a 50 mile radius seemed to show up to every week.
So, yes. Taco Tuesday sounds best.

Michael_Huntington's avatar

No
More like taco everyday

glacial's avatar

Dude. I don’t care what you’re serving… it’s Thursday. THURSDAY.

Coloma's avatar

Yes, there are several mexican places around here that have Taco Tuesdays. The tacos arn;t that great but the Coronas make them better. lol

filmfann's avatar

Alliteration is not required, either, as proved by Hot Dog Wednesday.

pleiades's avatar

I vote Taco Tuesday. Of course living in San Diego, I could skip out on Taco Tuesday for months at a time because hell, everyday is like Taco Tuesday over here.

Coloma's avatar

@pleiades I used to live in S.D. too.
Oh man..I lived across the street from an all night ” Robertos.” Many a 2–3 a.m. after party foray for mexican food. lol
Robertos, Humbertos, Adelbertos, Jilbertos…to infinity and beyond. Damn, now I want some tacquitos. haha

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