If you happen to be wondering what to do with your hard shell taco when trying to operate a motor vehicle then you can thank Twitter (more specifically @lazyboy) for being a solver to the world’s most important problem! Turns out that if you’ve got a sunglasses holder in your car, you’ve got the perfect hard shell taco holder. You no longer have to keep your taco in a pesky bag while driving, you just life your hand up to the car ceiling and pull down all that deliciousness, the way God intended it!
According to Delish:
In things I never learned until today: your car has a secret taco holder. Yes, you read that right, what you *thought* was your sunglass console is really, and truly, a hard shell taco holder.
Twitter user @lazyboy (this makes so much sense just seeing the name) discovered this amazing hack on May 28 and the post now has over 49,000 likes and over 10,000 retweets.
Other people showed ways in which their car doubles as a magic food holder, including a pretty genius chicken nugget holder. Also, not to brag but I recently discovered that my car can act as a large garbage pail for children’s toys and snacks and overdue library books. So that’s something.
That’s crazy. Mine came with a chicken nugget holder pic.twitter.com/WRRg3Y6pRD
— Bianca Espinoza (@_biancaespinoza) May 29, 2019
Also, apparently there is a whole market of products based around fast food and driving and how to do it most efficiently.
This isn’t the first car food hack we’ve seen: let’s not forget thedipclip which is an in-car sauce holder that fits onto most car vents, thanks to a universal mount modeled off the cell phone mount. And if you have a DipClip, you obviously need a french fly holder.
As much I love a good life hack and also eating fast food….maybe we could wait until we are not operating a 2,000 pound machine to do it? Or just stick to the loose bag of fries? The DipClip website does say that we shouldn’t dip and drive but isn’t that kind of the whole purpose of the invention? It’s like creating a beer holder for your car but asking people not to drink and drive. We see you, DipClip, we see you.
Either way I’m just happy to know that I never have to leave a hard shell taco behind and that the internet keeps giving us reasons to trust in America’s innovation skills.