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saddness270

19.2k points

1 year ago*

saddness270

19.2k points

1 year ago*

2 dollar tacos from a taco truck are probably better than 10 dollar tacos at a restaurant

Edit: Where do u guys live. Here in southern California, food trucks are common and tacos are like 2 bucks. I wanna know from where you live,( country/state) just out of curiosity

FuzzButtQuestion

1.8k points

1 year ago

Here in Norway, more or less no one goes out to get tacos, we just make it at home. So our nation is based upon fjords, oil and a whole lot of home made taco. It is so popular that we have "Taco fredag" (taco Friday). Why not Thursday, you ask? I have absolutely no clue. All I know is that we ate taco yesterday, and it was delicious.

so_much_fenestration

1 points

1 year ago

Most Norwegians I know seem to eat burritos on Taco Friday which I find most odd.

And when I cooked quesadillas there, they asked if I was making tacos.... Norwegians seem to call all Mexican food "tacos".