Some time ago, Texas Tech banned its students from tossing tortillas at home football games — especially those containing rocks.
So we asked ourselves: what could happen when you have thousands of leftover tortillas?
Band takes the field from the sidelines.
Wiess College could announce this year's theme for the infamous Night of Decadence party: ENCHI–NOD-AS. The Texas Restaurant Association reminds you that "Eating Out is fun!"
Give a prize to the best costume made entirely of: tortillas – refried beans – salsa – and guacamole.
The good news is: you can eat it after the party.
The bad news: your friends might start early.
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Three Show Assistants wear "naked" suits under tortilla-based clothing. Others come along and devour said clothing, leaving a few bashful partiers looking for their dignity.
[after music starts, switch to...]
South of the border. Spicy!
And now for an update on the Tech Tortilla Travesty, we go to correspondent Taquita Ortega, in the field.
Peter, I'm here on the east side of Rice Stadium, where a faction believing only in flour tortillas – Al-Quesadilla – is threatening to wage cheese-had. The opposing corn tortilla sect – who insist their goals are entirely peaceful – urge all tortilla lovers to "praise the maize."
Peter, all of Humanity hungers for peaceful and delicious co-existence, but many experts fear continued outbreaks of sectarian chile-con-carnage.
From the sidelines, this is Taquita Ortega.
concentric circles, representing a target
Mortal Kombat Theme
Corn tortillas, worshiping their corn god, are interrupted by an attack from the flour-based Al-Quesadilla group. They respond with a thorough taco shelling.
Weapons of Mass Digestion
Just as we lost all hope for peace, Humanity spots a being upon high. — Could it be? What other creature so intelligent and designed could cast down such a cheesy appendage?
Yes! It must be! The Flying Tortilla Monster has come to intervene!
Hallelujah Chorus tag
The Flying Tortilla Monster descends from the east upper deck at approximately midfield.
Flying Tortilla Monster!
Mister Tortilla Monster, Mister Tortilla Monster!
This is Taquita Ortega from K-M-O-B channel forty-two news. The people need to know. Your flatness, do you have anything to say to the people listening?
[in a deep voice, as the Tortilla Monster]
Yes, I come to bring peace and harmony to all the tex-mex of the world. But I say to you, Texas Tech Fans, who dare scorn — and throw — my children: EAT ME.
You want some queso with that?
Wait, wait! Is this the end?
Yes... you could say that's the whole enchilada.
Band exits the field.
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