Huge burritos, an American symbol of decadence much like the Super Bowl or Mariah Carey's episode of MTV Cribs, are also big in Canada. Who would have thought?
Taco Del Mar, a restaurant in the very north-of-the-border city of Vancouver, British Columbia, has an exciting huge burrito challenge on offer: Anyone who can finish the restaurant's hulking, 5-pound burrito in under 30 minutes doesn't have to pay for it. Apparently, gluttony doesn't have to drain your wallet.
If you fail to eat the burrito, it's $30, meaning that you'll be docked $1 for every squandered minute of the challenge. It's worth nothing that this is in Canada, after all, which maintains a favorable exchange rate of $1 USD to $1.29 CAD.
Images of the burrito show what looks like a small, projectile device covered in tinfoil, or a torpedo filled to the brim with "rice, beans, ground beef (no subs), cheese, pico de gallo, and sauce," per a report by The Daily Hive.