Thursday, June 9, 2011

Dear Chipotle

Date: Thu, May 26, 2011 at 5:51 PM
Subject: Reply from Chipotle


Wow! Sounds like last night was pretty fun! I'm sorry you had to pay the consequences today, but I'm glad we could help you not only cope, not only survive, but even thrive! I hope you're feeling better now - I'm glad we could help. There's still a few more hours that we're open tonight, so maybe you'll want to repeat your euphoric experience from lunch? Just a suggestion.

Get some sleep tonight. It sounds like you could use it. I hope that tomorrow is a better day for you, and I hope we get to be a significant part of it again!



Jeff Anderson | Customer Service

Chipotle Mexican Grill

From: Sharky Pistolsmith(
Phone Number:
Store Visited: Piper's Alley (Chicago, IL)
Date Visited: 05/26/2011 01:15 AM
Comment Submitted: 05/26/2011 04:25 PM

I just want to show my appreciation. Thank you! Thank you for serving burritos! I got pretty drunk last night, was out late, and had to be up early. It was a pretty good night but needless to say, I feel terrible today. I had a class early this morning that was awfully boring but you guys serve burritos and I couldn’t appreciate that more. Forget a carrot! Having a burrito for lunch got me through my boring and uncomfortable morning. I ate your burrito thousands of times in my head before I was within a mile of your restaurant. I imagined every chunk of steaming steak, the delicious dollop of guacamole, and the mouth watering/burning spicy sauces. Despite my body’s objections I didn’t die and the class wasn’t as miserable! As I walked to one of you branches, the wind was blowing against which might seem foreboding. Could I survive long enough to get my tasty reward? The ill omen was in fact the opposite. The wind that pushed against me also carried the sweet smell of cooked delicious meats! Forget the chipotle Tobasco for truly anticipation is the best sauce! The burrito I had was delicious and was just what I needed. What was in my hand and then in my stomach was no longer a mirage, I was saved! I was truly in a rough state and your burritos were the beacon to get me through my early morning and the fortification to help me cope with the rest of my day. It was my first step towards normality(and it was quite a delicious step). It’s obvious from the fact that I wrote this letter but I think it’s a fact that should be stated. I’m alive and not dead. I have your burritos to thank for this. Thank you.

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