The people at Las Vegas' Frijoles & Frescas Grilled Tacos are geniuses, delicious Cotija cheese-covered geniuses.
Burglars are just like you and me except they make their money through slightly different and highly illegal ways.
Aside from that, I think you'd find if you were to have a conversation with a burglar, you would see you have a lot of common ground.
You both probably like Kesha, but think it's time for her to evolve as an artist, you both probably think “The Revenant” was an OK movie that was well shot, but ultimately fell short of its larger cinematic goals and you both probably agree tacos are the best.
Ain't nothing better than a great taco except maybe the thrill of breaking a taco restaurant glass door with a rock and taking every valuable item inside you see that isn't bolted to the ground.
OK, that last part was probably just something robbers get off on, but in my defense, it's that exact enthusiasm toward stealing stuff that led to Frijoles & Frescas Grilled Tacos' absurdly viral video.
Editing the security camera footage of a recent attempted robbery into a commercial is next-level genius. The video already garnered more than 900,000 views in under a week on YouTube.
Thankfully, there was reportedly no money in the registers stolen during the break-in.
So, what was stolen? That robber's ability to confidently claim he knows how to throw a rock at a glass door.
What was that first throw? Who are you, robber? John Wall?