John and I have had an ongoing disagreement for weeks now, and neither of us will budge. I need some assistance.
It's about tacos.
Namely, "taco" vs. "wrap". We have very conflicting philosophies when it comes to the use of tortillas.
Wrapped in foil, fresh from a local mom and pop - THIS is a taco.
My definition of a taco: a delectable concoction served on a tortilla with a combination of some or all of the following ingredients: seasoned spicy beef, chicken, pork, or shrimp, refried or charro beans, shredded cheese, lettuce, tomato, onion, sour cream (not to mention the assortment of breakfast foods that could go in there too, like eggs, chorizo, and fried potatoes [omg that sounds awesome]).
John's definition of a taco: anything on a tortilla. Like, anything.
J: "I could put sausage and sauerkraut in a tortilla, and it would be a taco."
G: "That's fucked up."
My definition of a wrap: anything on a flatbread (not just tortillas) that does not involve any kind of typically Mexican food, especially if it includes Ranch dressing.
John's definition of a wrap: a yuppie word for taco.
Help us out, y'all. We need to break the cycle of anger.
Who is right?