A UFO (unidentified fattening object).
A UFO (unidentified fattening object). NPR
The Taco Bell Crunchwrap Supreme is, in the words of Taco Bell, engineered "for maximum portability." In truth, their short-lived "Back Pocket Chalupa" was more portable, but also more tragic.
MacKenzie: It looks like a frisbee. Maybe that's what the portability is about.
Robert: They need to make one in boomerang form, for people who don't want to share.
Ian: It has a tostada inside, for structural integrity.
Peter: That's the first time anyone has ever talked about "integrity" describing this food.
Peter: It's a little floppy. Are you sure you didn't get the Taco Bell Limpwrap Supreme?
Mike: You know, its octagonal shape says "stop," but I'm going ahead with this anyway.
Ian: If Taco Bell Crunchwrap Supreme was the first time you heard the word "supreme," you would not understand what the word "supreme" means.
Robert: Diana Ross is already consulting her attorney.
Eva thinks about all the wonderful places she could take this incredibly portable food.
Eva thinks about all the wonderful places she could take this incredibly portable food. NPR
Ian: If they really want to make it portable, it needs a cupholder.
Peter: And little meat wheels.
Eva: I bought one of those arm pouches so I could carry my Crunchwrap while jogging.
[The verdict: It tastes like all other Taco Bell food and is in a different shape.]