Here is a Vending Machine that Pumps Out Fresh Burritos

Science has repeatedly proven that burritos are totally awesome. These meat and cheese-filled cylinders are a staple of dinner tables and college dorms everywhere. However, unless you are a microwave addict, you have to either prepare one yourself or make the dreaded haul to a restaurant. If only there was a slightly easier way to get your 'rito fix.

There is. Introducing Burritobox, the world's first burrito vending machine. All of the machine's burritos are 100 percent natural, with no hormones or antibiotics. They even put cage-free eggs in the breakfast burritos. They aren't customizable, as this is a vending machine and not Chipotle. Still, you can push buttons to add sour cream, guacamole or hot sauce. They take sixty seconds to prepare, during which time you are treated to a music video, or even better, a bona fide advertisement!

If you are in the Los Angeles area, you can get your very own robotically created burrito at two locations along Santa Monica Blvd. Or, you could hit up one of around 95 Taco Bells that also rest along Santa Monica Blvd.

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