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Taco Tension: Boy Were Y'all Worked Up About This Taco Wall Getting Painted Over

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A taco-tastrophe of the highest order. - CARLOS AGUIRRE
  • Carlos Aguirre
  • A taco-tastrophe of the highest order.
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We have found what it takes to mobilize and enrage the people of San Antonio: taco vandalism.

When City of San Antonio employees mistakenly painted over the "I love tacos so much" wall across from Viva Tacoland (103 W. Grayson St.), people got pissed.  

How do we know? Because you told us. 

The spray paint on the wall, which was put up by local producer/director Luis Munoz, was being used as a charity fundraiser over Instagram. And although the mistake has already been rectified and the taco wall is back up, the brief backlash was intense.

Here are some of the best comments left on our Facebook page about the wall:

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Then again, not everyone was so broken up about it:

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Now that the wall is spray painted again, keep those #ILoveTacos and #ILoveTacosSoMuch hashtags coming. For each Instagrammed photo with one of those tags next to the wall, Munoz will donate $1 to a local children's charity.

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