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Beyond the Burrito: More Locations for Built-In Reading Material

Since Chipotle cups are getting short stories by Jonathan Safran Foer, Toni Morrison, and more authors, we’re thinking of where else we’d like some built-in reading material.

  • cereal boxes
  • inside bathroom stalls
  • on condiment bottles 
  • shampoo containers
  • shower curtains
  • milk cartons
  • on cafeteria tray liners in schools
  • the backs of receipts
  • on the backs of plane/train/bus seats
  • actual burritos

Where do you want some built-in, hands-free stuff to read?

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