Rebecca and Kari’s Excellent Adventure (Why it’s Good to Eat at Chipotle)

A Grace Full Life

I love this story so much.

Also, I don’t think I understood the meaning of the word irony back in 2012 which should not be at all surprising to any of you. 

First published May 7, 2012

So I eluded to some kind of exciting news on my Facebook page last week about how Rebecca and I got on a TV show that is set to air in June.

But let me back up a little.

For our birthday each year, Rebecca and I treat each other to lunch as is our tradition. I usually choose the Olive Garden for their soup, salad, and breadsticks but this year for my birthday, since we are training for a 5k, I decided to go somewhere a little healthier.

Image result for chipotle wikipedia Courtesy/Wikipedia

When you realize the irony of this story, you will laugh out loud or LOL. Not lowercase lol. Definitely uppercase LOL.

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5 thoughts on “Rebecca and Kari’s Excellent Adventure (Why it’s Good to Eat at Chipotle)”

  1. I laughed my ass off; thank you for that because right now I’m carrying extra ass.
    I don’t recall reading something so funny. ever.
    Wait, I just remembered your condom post.
    My friend Dawn and I always go to lunch for our birthdays; for a long time it as always chipotle, but now we mix in other Mexican restaurants. She and I would have died to be you and Rebecca; stress eating and saying inappropriate things are our favorite past-times.

    “You’re back!”, the chirpy cashier said to us.
    Yes. Yes, we are. A little louder for the people in the back.

    I died.

    At least you didn’t ask the host “how can I get a windmill at my house?”

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