Moeka's first Burrito experience at La Corneta. This is not a New York burrito.

Burrito Justice has the funniest take on the New York burrito, saying “contravenes all known protocols and traditions. Also, it is incredibly dangerous to compromise the structural integrity of a burrito by removing the foil. A properly wrapped burrito is about 70-80 PSI, and by defoiling the burrito you are taking your very life in your hands.”  

Johnny O has illustrates the burrito gun problem here. 

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