Meh. Not bad. I think he shoulda skipped all the bullshit in the beginning about it taking him 15 minutes last time, cus that seemed pretty damn easy to me. It's like that old Vaudeville trick, sometimes you have to break a plate on purpose to show how difficult spinning them really is, otherwise the audience finds it boring. If this guy had feigned a vomit moment, crapped his pants on the spot, I dunno just something to make it look like this was a tough thing to do, cus honestly, all this video made me think was that I could do it. Maybe not in two minutes, but sub 15? You bet your ass. Anyone who knows me knows I'm a burrito guy. Love em. Can't get enough. I think there was a solid two year span in my life where I had Chipotle for dinner basically every single night cus there's one right across the street from the subway I took home from work. That's not even an exaggeration. My roommates will vouch for these claims: every fucking night of the week I housed a burrito and like a half a gallon of milk.
Which brings me to my next point! I could definitely do that fucking milk challenge. A gallon of milk in an hour without throwing up? Psh, child's play. As long as we're talking Organic Valley 1% then I'd go as far as a gallon and a half, easy. Hell I'll even take regular old poor people milk and down that no problem, too. So I think what I'm trying to say is that I fucking missed my calling. This guy's got half a million subscribers on YouTube doing shit that I would love to do just for fun, meanwhile I'm sitting with my thumb up my ass writing this blog while fighting off an insatiable craving for Chipotle.
What's that you say? Put my money where my mouth is? Fucking fine, I'll do it. If this blog gets over 15 likes on Facebook then next Monday's video will be of me doing the milk challenge for your viewing pleasure. Fuck it, I'll make it 10. 10 likes on the old FB and I will attempt a feat that I've been told is impossible since birth. You know what else used to be impossible? Curing polio, flying, watching porn for free. So call me a pioneer if you want, I'm just saying that everything's impossible until somebody is brave enough to step up and get the job done. If you want to do your part in making history, then give it a like, bro. Let me be the city this hero needs... wait...
P.S. Where the hell did he get that burritozilla from? I'm actually serious I want to try that shit, too. Looks delicious. Shout out the restaurant, bro, this isn't all about you.