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Our New Show ‘Taco Truck Confessions’ Is Here to Record Your Most Shocking Drunk Confessions (Video)

Those precious hazy moments between those five drinks that you drank a little too fast on a Saturday night and that first bite of a taco de al pastor are some of the most unforgettable moments of the L.A. experience, full of reflections, good times, friends, and lovers (and lovers lost). That first bite of a taco after drinking all night is damn near the closest we can get to feeling true bliss, and it is also why many of us choose to continue to live, work, and eat in our fine city. For the amount it takes you to scarf down a plate of tacos at your local spot, we are truly happy. It doesn't matter how much money you make or your background, we are all united by our need to get something in our stomachs after a night of drinking.

Those nostalgic taco nights are also the time when a lot of us feel like our true selves, and when we talk about real shit that goes on in our lives. This, in essence, is also what fuels L.A. TACO and our street-level journalism. But this is also why we sent out Tiktok star @JesusNalgas to capture it all in our new show on Youtube, Taco Truck Confessionals! Anything is fair game: Sex, cheating, relationship advice, and some stuff that actually wish we didn't know about. (Spoiler alert: One person admitted to working in a restaurant where they picked up food from the floor and still served it!)

Check it all out below in the second episode of this series. Thanks for watching!

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