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Wanted: Taco Bell toy. Not opened.
For sale: taco shell. Really big.
For hire: giant taco. Crazy evening.
Survival story: for a spicy twist.
Have you seen enormous taco? Escaped.
Please help. Huge taco at large.
Authorities warn: beware of Diablo Sauce.
Taco crushes Burger King. Bare shell.
Gigantic taco terrorizes town. Residents helpless.
Fox News reporting live: Cheesy Situation.
Taco loves being tickled by tasers.
Oh, God. Oh, God. It’s growing.
Taco on the move. No hostages.
Playful taco delighted by military tanks.
America transfixed by Taco Bell sensation.
Wait, what’s happening? Taco slowing down.
Reclining taco crushes Wendy’s. Bed time.
Sleepy taco trapped in wrapper. Hooray!
National Guard drags messy taco away.
Everything is not back to normal.
Duh! What does normal mean anyway?
Come back, next time: Dream Más!
Originally from Maplewood, NJ, Ilari Pass is a retired maintenance worker of the United States Postal Service. She holds a BA in English from Guilford College of Greensboro, NC, and an MA in English, with a concentration in literature, from Gardner-Webb University of Boiling Springs, NC. Her works appear or forthcoming in RedFez, Unlikely Stories, Triggerfish Critical Review, Rigorous Magazine, The American Journal of Poetry, Drunk Monkeys, Free State Review, Common Ground Review, and others.