Taco Bell's Quesalupa is here. We're not sure if we're really excited, or really scared.
So, maybe you thought Taco Bell was done creating outrageous, deep-fried, not-sure-if-this-is-technically-food-but-oh-well menu items. But no, Taco Bell is far from done. Taco Bell is never done. World, meet the Quesalupa, a crunchy shell stuffed with melted cheese and layered with beef, lettuce, sour cream, tomatoes, cheese, and more cheese. Did I mention there’s a lot of cheese? Also, there’s cheese. Cheese. Basically, the Quesalupa is the Inception of tacos, and it’s . . . overwhelming.
Before you drive to your nearest Taco Bell, we’re sad to say that this beaut is only available in Ohio, where it’s being tested. So the fate of the Quesalupa is in a bunch of Toledo residents’ hands. Literally. If the test subjects approve of their meal, then the Quesalupa goes nationwide. If not? Well, Quesalupa, we hardly knew ye (no, but really. We didn’t even know you, and that’s kinda sad).
According to E! Online though, if you feel particularly passionate about this new crunchy and cheesy fast-food venture, you can actually tweet your concerns using the hashtag #Quesalupa. See? The Internet’s got your back (maybe not your heart health, but certainly your back).
Here are just a few citizens of the world pleading with the people of Toledo to like that Quesalupa! America needs it! (Sort of.)