Florida Burrito Joint Slammed Over Offensively Named "Wet Back Willie" and "Dirty Sanchez" Dishes
|The Wet Back Willie...for your dining pleasure.|
According to First Coast News, co-owners Carlos Ramirez and Robert Kapuschanski, christened the meal after their dishwasher (and good friend). Kapuschanski argued the name was harmless: "He said, 'Name it the Wet Back Willie after me,' and some people took offense," he tells the station.
After a barrage of comments on the restaurant's Facebook page, the namesake two-pound burrito filled with Latin beef, cheese, guacamole, tomatoes, salsa, rice, beans, and refried beans has been changed from the racially offensive moniker to the plainly unappetizing "Wet Willie." Still on the menu is the suggestion that you "double fist" your food.
|Who's up for a Dirty Sanchez?|
For those of you not familiar with the Dirty Sanchez, by the way ... allow us to guide you to the Urban Dictionary definition. Here's the definition of Tossing Salad. We'd print them, but we're about to upchuck our breakfast.
What do you think? Funny or out of line? Next time we're traveling through the state, we may skip the Dirty Sanchez, even after a few Margaritas.
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