Seems like a few of you Churn readers arrive here via a search of the phrase:
Stand back, Burrito!
It has recently come to my attention that some of you have no idea what that means. Well, there's two explanations and they're both fairly stupid. I'll give you one and sum up the other.
One would use the phrase "Stand back Burrito" to indicate disbelief at an incredible claim or boast.
Steve: I can eat a slab of ribs in under two minutes.
Frank: All right. Stand back, Burrito.
The actual origin of the phrase has its roots in
The Ticket. Burrito is short for Burrito Jimmy, a fake DJ from the fictional station B97. He, along with his cast of characters interview unsuspecting radio show hosts. People named Mush-Mouth Tom, Jive-Talking Stu, Sammy the Spelunker and the Professor chime in and the end result is a trainwreck of yelling screaming and the occasional burst of laser fire.
You know, I just wrote that, and I fully understand every word. It also sounds so incredibly stupid.
That's all for now.