Taco Bell Sauce Packets Sayings

I told Nancy she should be glad they didnt have these things when I proposed to her. Otherwise, I would have been tempted to simply slip her the packet that asks: “Will you marry me?”

Its no secret to family and friends that Taco Bell is my favorite place to eat. In fact, I just got through having lunch there.

“It does not matter how slow you go as long as you do not stop” . . . Confuscious

There are also three different kinds of hot sauce: Mild, Hot and Fire. Those sauce packets are another reason why I like eating at Taco Bell, but not just because the sauce makes my bean burrito taste better.

“The restaurant decided to implement a scheme that would make the condiments a conversation piece as well as an advertising ploy.”

Taco Bell is a well-known Mexican food restaurant that has many sauces for their customers to choose from. The Salsa Ranchera sauce has a rich, hearty flavor that complements any taco or burrito. They offer mild, medium, and hot sauce for those who enjoy spicy foods. Other sauces are the Chipotle Mayo Feta Cheese, Green Salsa Verde, and Creamy Jalapeno Sauce.

“When I started playing music at East Tennessee State University I would sit on a stool with a tip jar in front of me and play four hours a night at a college bar called Quarterback’s Barbecue. I wasn’t thinking about doing it for a living. I was just making enough money to go to Taco Bell every day. People were eating chips, drinking beer and not listening to me. I’d had three or four years of people ignoring me, and I’d kind of gotten used to it.” – Kenny Chesney

“Thanks for rescuing me, Mild was getting on my nerves.” The feeling is mutual. The official sauce of Taco Bell. The road to mediocrity is littered with empty ketchup packets. “This is gonna end with you eating me, isn’t it?” This space for rent. Inquire within. “Use your stomach, not your mind.” Warning! You’re about to make a taco very happy. What are you other two wishes? “When I grow up, I want to be a waterbed.” Where are you taking me? Where have you been all my life? Why order a taco when you can ask it politely? Will you marry me? Will you scratch my back? Willing to relocate. You gonna finish that? You had me at taco. You have chosen wisely! YOU’RE BUYING

“I write what I want to write. Period. I don’t write novels-for-hire using media tie-in characters, I don’t write suspense novels or thrillers. I write horror stories. And if no one wants to buy my books, I’ll just keep writing them until they do sell–and get a job at Taco Bell in the meantime.” – Bentley Little

“Seems Google management figured out it is cheaper, happier and more productive to take care of their employees and create a positive work environment than to burn them to a crisp, make them afraid of the future, and send them off into the highways and byways of California in search of a Taco Bell for lunch.” – Joe McNally

Originated by Glen Bell, Taco Bell® became a reality on March 21, 1962. The first Taco Bell® restaurant was built in Downey, California, and the first franchise was sold in 1964. Taco Bell® went public in 1969 and was acquired by PepsiCo in 1978. In October of 1997, PepsiCo spun off KFC, Pizza Hut and Taco Bell®, thereby forming Tricon Global Restaurants, Inc., the worlds largest restaurant company with revenues in excess of $22 billion. In May of 2002, Tricon Global Restaurants, Inc. changed its name to Yum! Brands, Inc., after acquiring Long John Silvers and A&W All-American Food Restaurants.

In 1994, Taco Bell launched its new campaign to add sayings to its hot-sauce packets. Nearly 5 billion sauce packets are distributed to their restaurants every year. Who makes these sayings up? There was a contest among Taco Bell customers to publish their humorous phrases on the sauce packets. Twelve customers were selected, got their phrases published, and also received free Taco Bell for a year. It was a good marketing move.


How many different sayings are on Taco Bell sauce packets?

The new hot sauce packaging will launch with 15 different phrases on “mild,” “hot,” and “fire” packets. Each sauce-ism pokes fun at reality, and includes statements like “Single Fire sauce seeking friendship, maybe more.” The sauce packets are available at Taco Bell(R) restaurants for no extra cost.

What do the sayings on Taco Bell sauce mean?

Single Hot sauce seeking friendship, maybe more.” “Be gentle.” “The feeling is mutual.” The Taco Bell website had lots of functions geared around the packets, including a “Dress a sauce packet” game as well as a skit to help explain the packets.

Does Taco Bell have a saying?

Irvine-based Taco Bell has entertained fast-food lovers over the years with its catchy slogans – from “The Cure for the Common Meal” to “Yo Quiero Taco Bell” to “Think Outside the Bun.” Now, the nation’s largest Mexican fast-food chain is changing slogans, once again. “Think Outside the Bun” is out.

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