Wednesday, March 22, 2017

This food truck's illustration of Michigan is so awful that it's actually amazing

Posted By on Wed, Mar 22, 2017 at 4:00 PM

click to enlarge VIA REDDIT USER BACKWOODSBREW
  • Via Reddit user backwoodsbrew
When we saw this photo on Reddit of a food truck with a horribly-rendered map of Michigan blasted across its side we couldn't help but chuckle. Of course, a million follow-up questions came to light: Who painted this map? Were they drunk when they did it? Did they even look at a map of Michigan before splatting their artistic abilities?

Alas, the more we looked at the photo, we soon realized that this food truck clearly doesn't give a flying fuck about what Michigan accurately looks like and it's actually quite inspiring when you think about it.



With some deep digging (aka scrolling through Reddit comments) we found out that this food truck is called Los Jalapeños food truck that is based in Mount Pleasant. Based off their Facebook page, the food looks absolutely delicious and they have a 5 star review.

So you do you, Los Jalapeños. Your lack of shame in artistic skills is something we should all aspire to. We all can't be amazing artists, right?! Do we think that your portrayal of Michigan looks more like Wisconsin? Sure! But your tacos look tasty as hell and that's all that matters.

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