Ode to the Taco Bell Callout Guy

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While sitting over my #7 Crunchwrap Supreme Combo (It was good to go), I realized the importance of the Callout Guy. Where would we be without him? It is a scary thought.

Submitted: December 08, 2007

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Oh, great Taco Bell Callout Guy,

In all your majesty behind your freshly Cloroxed counter.

You are indeed a very nice callout guy.

Nothing like the Burger King Callout guy.

Although their Whoppers are good.

Are you lonely callout guy?

Neither Shift Manager, nor "Caution: Wet Floor" sign dude.

Do you wish you were combiniing the bountiful flavors of a Nachos Bellgrande?

Or are you content with the shouting of numbers in an accent unknown to me.

Perhaps it is Arabic.

Or Polish.

You are the cornerstone of fast food production.

Great Taco Bell callout guy.

For without you, their will be no callout of numbers.

So the tasty Burritos may never be witnessed.

Nor the Soft Taco Supremes.

Without your beloved voice.

So here's to you, Taco Bell Callout Guy.

May you someday call out numbers in Heaven

And be happy.


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