Obama Eats At Chipotle, Does Everything Wrong

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On Monday, Barry O. felt the craving that the rest of us know entirely too well. He went to Chipotle.

Yes, this is news.

After celebrating the White House Working Families summit, Obama accompanied some lucky guests to the Woodley Park Chipotle in DC. The surprised lunch crowd was unexpectedly greeted by the president and his Secret Service entourage’s arrival.

Then, Obama fucked up. The POTUS had the audacity to lean over the sneeze guard to point out what he wanted in his chicken burrito bowl with white rice, salsa verde, lettuce, cheese, and guac.

Come on, Barry. Why can’t you just order salsa verde like a normal adult? You have to point like a child? That lean, which violated the burrito maker’s personal space and put the sanitation of the entire Chipotle at risk, was uncalled for.

Shortly after this news broke, Twitter went crazy. People cited government overreach as a reoccurring problem with Obama. The Chipotle incident was simply the latest example. Some even called for impeachment. The hashtag “#ChiPOTUS” was coined within minutes. I think we can all agree this was the highlight of America’s day, for better or worse.

Also, be a man and get a burrito. Yes, the burrito bowl gets you the most bang for your buck, and I’ll admit that I get it every once in a while. However, you’re the leader of the free world. Act like it. Order a burrito with guac and double meat, then attack the burrito like you ordered the attack on Bin Laden. The people are watching, dammit! Quit holding back like a girlie man.

It doesn’t stop there, either. Later, when Obama talked about his lunch, he referred to the restaurant as “Chipotle’s.” The media backlash continued. I think we can all agree that by the end of the visit, Obama had done Chipotle completely wrong.

At least he ordered guac. Our tax dollars hard at work.

Thanks a lot, Obama.

Nathaniel Light is a contributing writer for Total Frat Move. Nate spends his free time drinking Pabst Blue Ribbon and covering his food in chili and cheese. This has led to slight weight gain, but he has been told that he resembles a "J. Crew model ten pounds overweight." It was either the nicest insult or the meanest compliment he has ever received. His picture is a metaphor, but it actually happened.

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