TACO BELL: All grown up, Let’s Taco about it?


Those were the days…When I used to get up late,
Never cared about the day and date.
All I ever did was play
With building blocks and molding clay. Now I keep stumbling to find a way
To bring back my childhood days.
Used to write the alphabet
With white chalks on a slate,
Waved a silly goodbye every day
To the dog roaming in front of my gate.
Now I keep stumbling to find a way
To bring back my childhood days.

Few verses from my Journal and a memory of a lovely event to share with you guys, it was recently, when I was invited by FoodTalk India for a very sweet and awesome event which was arranged by them on behalf of Taco Bell where we many other bloggers, entrepreneurs were invited to be ‘ADULT’ in its own real meaning. Here is a report on what exactly, we did and how we did.

Talking Taco’s the Grown Up Style.

Adulting was done right!

What we were asked and allowed to do:

Celebrating all things Grown Up- Taco Bell, You and even Food Talk

Getting wiser, Older and a little more daring.


We empower you to make your own decisions.

Because you ain’t a kid no more! 

You’re old enough to make your own decisions and Taco Bell is letting you do just that.

Order the Taco Bell classics – but get it messy your way. After all, you are All Grown up make a wise choice.


Customise your meal- Pick your produce, your filling and how hot you can handle it!


Customise your drink: Because well- no grown-up story starts with Just a milkshake.


On Ground activities:

Guests could order their food from the counter and it would be delivered to their tables – no more QSR style here– We played many rounds of Flip cup – We even had a Twitter Contest that made #TacoBellNehruPlace Trending in number 1 place.

 – Grown Up Tequila Shots
– Board listing all the good and bad about being a grown up

By Mohammed Sajid

A Bibliophile, and a language lover. A writer by heart and a Journalist by profession. Travelling to regions and exploring their cultures is my curiosity. Am a political, and lifestyle enthusiast, religion is my refuge and my principle. Am always reachable at any bookstores, food corners, and libraries close to your locale.

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