Bridey Heing
March 24, 2015 9:18 am

Taco Bell, which by the day feels less like an actual restaurant and more like the world’s leading laboratory dedicated to pushing the boundaries of what we call a taco, has unleashed their latest creation on the world. The fast-food chain is introducing the “biscuit taco” this week, which will replace the “waffle taco” on their breakfast menu.

So what is the “biscuit taco”? It’s a biscuit folded into the shape of a taco and filled with a variety of breakfasty things, such as eggs and sausage or fried chicken with a jalapeno-honey sauce. Let’s all breathe a sigh of relief that we’re finally able to eat our breakfast fast food fried chicken in taco form. It truly is a great time to be alive.

Of course, this all may sound familiar. McDonald’s already rolled out chicken and biscuit breakfast sandwiches some time ago. Taco Bell has had McDonald’s fast-food-breakfast throne in their sights for a while, and it’s what prompted the chain to even introduce a breakfast menu, according to the Associated Press

But back to the matter at hand, is it really possible to FOLD a biscuit? Can you really shape a biscuit into a taco? Doesn’t that defy the math of a biscuit’s circumference to fluff ratio? So many questions.

While we totally understand why the whole waffle thing didn’t work out (waffles just aren’t tacos—no way, no how), it’s a bold move to turn a beloved, universally round breakfast food, like a biscuit, into a taco.

But if anyone can do it, it’s you, Taco Bell.

(Images via AP and USATODAY)