On a recent drive by Taco Bell I learned about their latest invention – the Quesalupa. It got me thinking about what their marketing meetings might be like.
- Ok, there are 6 ingredients we use for every single menu item . We’re not adding more, so instead how do we rename what we have?
- How can we randomly combine new food-sounding words for a new name?
- How many prefixes, suffixes, letters, layers, and invented words can we add? How about Stuft? XXL?
- Can we just throw these ideas on the wall and choose at random?
Assuming this is true, I figured I could so the same with a Mexican fast food dice-roll game. I bring you TACO DICE. Here is one of my early throws:
Beefy Chipotle 5-layer Chicken Quesarito Supreme Party Pack
For math nerds, you can roll 4,665,600 different meal options (many fictional, of course).
I had so much fun rolling multiple menu items, that I put together a printable version to share. Print the file linked at the end of this article, cut the dice to build your game, and roll!
Enjoy, and if you play, post your meals in the comments!