Twenty One Pilots now have their own Chipotle burrito

I guess congratulations are in order.

Twenty One Pilots, consisting of Mexican food-loving Tyler Joseph and Josh Dun, have struck a deal with Chipotle for their own custom burrito. It’s made with chicken, white rice, fresh tomato salsa, roasted chili-corn salsa, cheese, romaine lettuce, and queso blanco. Just 1050 calories, too.

But don’t look for it on the menu in any restaurant. The new burrito can only be order via the Chipotle app or online.

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2 thoughts on “Twenty One Pilots now have their own Chipotle burrito

  • May 14, 2021 at 10:29 am
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    Another reason to not eat at Chipotle!

    21 Pilots are absolute garbage! I get it, 12-year-olds gotta listen to somethin’. They’re like Dashboard Confessional for a new generation of children raised by helicopter parents. Good stuff.

    My name is Brad. I’m a Gen X Latch Key Kid From The 80’s And I Don’t Listen To Shit Music.

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    • May 16, 2021 at 10:49 pm
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      Thanks, B-rad!
      If you don’t like it, don’t listen to it. I’m also a gen’xer, if we must label things. I happen to love TØP!
      Never been to Chipotle, might try it, might not.
      All I know is that you must have a lot of time on your hands or maybe have run out of positive things to say. I’m not sure, I don’t really care. I just wanted to balance out your nothing comment with something. Twenty One Pilots are not just for twelve year olds. Their message has kept me going, no one can take that away.
      Thank you, Tyler and Josh! ❤️💙

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