Taco Bell is very different from any other fast food restaurant. Arby's orders can be used to guess someone's musical tastes. Fuddruckers orders can point to latent mathematical talents. McDonald's orders can be used to determine someone's renal health. Taco Bell's strength lies in its ability to indicate eye color.
It was first discovered in the late 1980s that specific food orders at Taco Bell strongly corresponded to what type of glasses worn by customers. Taco Bell customers, even reluctant ones stumbling into a Taco Bell location because it was the only fast food joint open late at night, revealed shockingly personal details by their choice of faux Tex-Mex food choices.
Studies in the 1990s expanded this theory, and with the advent of quantum computing, it is now possible to run millions of years of conventional computer analyses in a fraction of a second. Put down your whopper. Set aside your chili-fries. Throw down your stuffed crust pizza. It's time to dig deep into the taco bell menu and give us the raw data we need to determine your eye color, with nothing else to go on. Build your Taco Bell order, and we will guess your eye color with one hundred percent accuracy.
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