Our Reaction to the New Taco Bell "Waffle Taco" in GIF Form

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When we first heard that Taco Bell was launching a new breakfast menu, we were intrigued. And, being Houstonians, naturally assumed that this breakfast menu at Taco Bell would include breakfast tacos. Foolishness and folly.

Instead, we were pained to discover, Taco Bell is making another kind of breakfast taco -- out of a waffle. The sole location to offer this new 89-cent Waffle Taco is far, far away from Texas in Santa Ana, California. (Side note: Believe it or not, we have a Santa Anna in Texas, although it wasn't named for the infamous Mexican general but rather a Comanche war chief.)

Our reaction to this news is best described in GIF form:

We'll show ourselves out...

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