There's just something about Taco Bell. As comedian Kathleen Madigan once pointed out (and I'm paraphrasing), it's really just amazing the variety of different things they can make with the same five ingredients.
For kids making their way through college, Taco Bell is that quick meal when you've gotta take a break from studying. Or it's a value menu that can fill you up when you've only got a few dollars on you. So when the Taco Bell in Montgomery burned down, somebody suggested having a candlelight vigil for it. And apparently, people thought that was a funny and therefore AWESOME idea!
So that's exactly what happened on Sunday night. And Montgomery Advertiser Melissa Brown covered it.
I can report the youths are at it at a Taco Bell vigil in Montgomery pic.twitter.com/K11dsZrhsc— Melissa Brown (@itsmelissabrown) January 22, 2018
I mean pic.twitter.com/le01apYEn8— Melissa Brown (@itsmelissabrown) January 22, 2018
I kind of love that I live in a place where, when a local Taco Bell burns down, hundreds of people plan to hold a facetious candlelight vigil in its honor. #Montgomery— Stephanie Chambers (@lariet50) January 19, 2018