In the Sonara desert of northern Mexico, a dehydrated man called Juan Cuathalmetalmoctolpethactuactl, deprived of sex for more than 6 hours, met an attractive woman. The Mexican-Peruvian seductress agreed to make sweet love to Juan until the morning. When he woke up, he only saw a donkey, and realised he had hallucinated. There had been no Mexican-Peruvian seductress, and Juan was sad. Still, he accepted his son as if he was non-donkey-related. What came next, is legend. As Juan wanted his son to always know where he had come from, he decided to call him Burro (“donkey”). But Burro grew up to be a tiny Mexican, so his friends soon started calling him Burrito. This irritated him, so at the age of 10, on a schooltrip to Guadalajara, one night he decided to roll all of his classmates tightly into their own bed sheets, later claiming he “only Burrito’ed” them. The Mexican Policia sent him to Hocpoctolocpatecl Prison, in the South. There, he gained the nickname Bean, due to his amazing skills with beans which he developed during many lonely hours in the cell. Burrito “Bean” got out of prison 26 years later, ready to make it big. What followed was a chain of more than 6,000 stores, collected under the quality brand name. And their first product? Exactly, the Bean Burrito, invented by and named after Burro “Bean” Cuathalmetalmoctolpethactuactl. Moreover, the specific product name Burrito has become a general term for anything looking like the original burrito.
(Urban Dictionary definition by pedrurrito on April 04, 2011)


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