It's been an exciting month for Taco Bell. First, the world won its grassroots but critical-to-humanity campaign for a taco emoji. #TacoTuesday Instagram posts will never be the same.
And as of this morning, you don't even have to leave home for a Cheesy Gordita Crunch: Taco Bell is delivering.
The sort-of-Mexican fast food chain has partnered exclusively with DoorDash, a smaller version of PostMates, for delivery services in Dallas, Los Angeles, Orange County, and San Francisco. The program is initially in just 200 stores during this testing phase.
But who cares if it's in select regions only. This is the internet, and the internet is doing what it does best. Namely, losing it's shit.
— T8 (@TateLovett) July 8, 2015
— PEOPLE Great Ideas (@greatideas) July 8, 2015
— Complex (@ComplexMag) July 8, 2015
I assume the NYSE shutdown & United flights that have been grounded are related to Taco Bell launching its delivery service.
— [Mystery Executive] (@MysteryExec) July 8, 2015
OH MY FUCJIGNG G TACO BELL IS DELIVERING pic.twitter.com/zuXZqJgcOq
— Val (@valbecerraa) July 8, 2015
— Krevlin Goodspeed (@ChiCtyNXR) July 8, 2015
— Professional lurker. (@DubOnDaBeatz) July 8, 2015
If you, like us, are now craving bean burritos no onion but don't want to put pants on, see if you're one of the blessed few in the trial regions here.