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11 Unspoken Food Rules Everyone Needs To Follow

Most family and friend gatherings center around la comida. And during these gatherings there are unspoken rules that must never be broken.

Rule #1: There are only 8 ingredients for guacamole: salt, pepper, tomatoes, onions, cilantro, avocado, lime juice, and chiles.

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You can keep the peas, kale, pumpkinfeta and watermelon for your other snacks.

Rule #2: Remove the corn husks from your tamales before you eat them.


This might be common knowledge, but U.S. President Gerald Ford never got the memo and before you knew it we had “The Great Tamale Incident” of 1976.

Rule #3: When you make burritos, mix ALL the filling together.


Nobody, like, nobody wants a mouthful of plain rice when they bite into a burrito.

Rule #4: Don’t drink the last beer unless you want to make the next beer run.


Nobody wants to make the beer run.

Rule #5: Don’t eat the last nacho.

#JustChilling with #Mates #HotSaturday #Slummies #LonelyNacho #Nachos #Twins

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Not that there is any real etiquette here, but you just don’t want to be that person who finishes off the nachos.

Rule #6: You also don’t want to eat the last tortilla.

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Legit, you never know how long that tortilla has just been sitting there y toda manoseada.

Rule #7: Never eat a pupusa with a fork and knife while in the company of your Salvadoran friends.

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Also, don’t eat it like a taco. The best way to eat it is rip a piece of the pupusa, add the curtido and salsa and enjoy.

Rule #8: Some of the best tacos come in two corn tortillas, not hard shells.

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The reason is because some of the filling is bound to fall from the taco so the second tortilla, which stays on the plate, catches what falls, giving you another taco.

Rule #9: Please don’t double dip your tortilla chips in the salsa.

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Sure, the salsa is amazing and you don’t want to waste any of the chip without some salsa on it, but manners, yo.

Rule #10: You have to double fry tostones if you want them to reach that perfect, crunchy texture.

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Fry them, smash them, then fry them again. Nobody wants to bite into a soft toston because it isn’t any good.

Rule #11: If you take the last scoop of butter, you need to wash the container.

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To turn it into Tupperware.


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Prisoner Starts His Own Cooking Show On TikTok And, Like, How

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Prisoner Starts His Own Cooking Show On TikTok And, Like, How

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Another day, another prisoner blowing up on TikTok. Jeron Combs, 31, is the latest TikTok prisoner sensation with his cooking show. You read that right. The man is creating foods in his prison cell and broadcasting it to the rest of the world via TikTok.

Jeron Combs, aka @blockboyjmomey on TikTok, is a cooking sensations.

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One of his most popular videos is the burrito that he was able to put together in his prison cell. The 31-year-old, who is in prison for first-degree murder and attempted murder, took his 1.3 million TikTok followers through a step-by-step guide to create the burritos.

We can’t be sure but it does seems like he cooks for all of those around him.

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We don’t know how many burritos he made but it is clear he is cooking for more than just he and his cellmate. Unless he and his cellmate are hungry enough to eat all of those burritos.

He has managed to use his metal bed frame to double as a griddle to cook the food.

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His bed frame is literally used to heat up his food and to make those burritos hot and fresh. Not going to lie, they look pretty delicious.

He even shows how he is able to heat up his bed frame to create the griddle: a hot plate.

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Genius, tbh. However, how was he able to get everything that he needed in order to create his griddle bed? Also, how did he set up a TikTok account and manage to post regularly? His burrito video has more than 4 million views alone.

For some, this is what the Internet is for.

Social media has a way of always outdoing itself with wild content. Like, this is not the first nor will it be the last prisoner to use TikTok or any other social media platform to flex. Who can forget the prisoner who posted to Instagram about the Popeye’s chicken sandwich?

For others, this is some wholesome content.

Sure, the video itself is pretty fine. However, do not forget that the man is in prison for murder. So, while the prison burrito might be a fun gimmick, it is still odd to celebrate.

A whole other group of people is just made their boy got exposed.

What do you think about the prison burrito video?

READ: The Internet Wants To Know How A Prisoner Got A Popeyes Sandwich And Posted It To His IG Story

Chuck E Cheese Is Advertising As Pasqually’s Pizza And Thank You

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Chuck E Cheese Is Advertising As Pasqually’s Pizza And Thank You

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The pandemic is forcing everyone to find new ways to survive financially, especially with businesses that have a lot of unexpected contacts. Chuck E Cheese is one of those businesses and their way of staying afloat right now has people lol’ing with respect.

Chuck E Cheese is thriving in this new economy.

That’s right. Chuck E Cheese is still selling its pizza but under a different name. You won’t find Chuck E Cheese in your Grubhub but you might find Pasqually’s Pizza. Some think it was so people wouldn’t know that it was Chuck E Cheese while some think the idea is clever and loveable.

You see, Pasqually is the chef who plays in Chuck E Cheese’s band.

That’s right. You might have thought that Chuck E Cheese was trying to hide that they were selling their pizza on the sly but that ain’t it. Chuck E Cheese is just giving the man behind the pizza his chance to shine. Chuck E isn’t about taking the credit away from the true pizza talent.

The revelation did bring up Chuck E Cheese’s past, that people didn’t know.

There’s a lot it seems we didn’t know about Chuck E Cheese. First, he was an orphan who never knew his birthday. Who knew that? Since he never knew his birthday, he has decided to celebrate the birthdays of the children. Also, street walker? What could that possibly mean?

It’s a pretty smart move for the chain that is a logistical nightmare when it comes to reopening.

It’s literally a place for children to run around sweating and touching everything. Imagine having to come up with the protocol to properly sanitize a Chuck E Cheese to keep the virus under control. Selling Pasqually’s pizzas seems like a solid plan for now.

Some people are not at all upset about this.

Legit, it isn’t that bad. Any kid’s party at Chuck E Cheese is always made right when you dig into that pizza. This is really a win for all of us adults who just want to taste our childhood once more.

So, who is ordering some Pasqually’s Pizza?

Go ahead and treat yourself. You won’t be disappointed.

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