5 Years. 5 years of nachos. If this website was a human child it would have already gotten its fifth dose of the diphtheria, tetanus, and acellular pertussis immunization, as well as its second dose of varicella. If it were a human child it would be in first grade. If it were a college student it could complete an undergraduate degree and have taken a year off to “find itself” in between its freshman and sophomore year. If it was an octopus it would have just brooded its eggs six months ago, because it takes 4.5 years for an octopus to egg. But Nachonomics is none of those things. It is a website. A website about nachos.
Here’s what 5 years of writing for a nacho website gets you:
- 83 different nacho reviews from all over the United States of America and at least two other countries.
- 27 at least senior year of college level essays on nachos ranging from Cazu Marzu: The Most Dangerous Cheese on the Planet, to one about if you weighed 99 lbs and ate 1 lb of nachos are you 1% nachos, to one about the dangers of making nachos in space.
- As there are three posts about nachos a month for now 60 months, when you subtract the combined 110 reviews and essays that leaves you with 70 other random posts about nachos, all of I’m sure amazing quality and value, them being free.
- Membership in The Nacho News Network, the world’s leading collection of finest curated nacho websites from across the internet.
Now I’m just a poor kid on a computer constantly losing money month after month from hosting a nacho website that nobody cares about, but look at all I’ve managed to do for dish! So don’t let you being just another poor kid with a computer and a love for one singular food product stop you from starting a “________onomics.com” website of your own to review said food product! I know I’m personally looking forward to the day when I stumble across a “Cubansandwichonomics”, or “Scorpionbowlonomics”, or especially a “Waldorfsaladonomics” (allow me to personally recommend to you this here version of the salad), so somebody, ANYBODY, get on that please. Your ambitions are only as limited as the determination of your tastebuds, and remember, any dream that can be eaten is a dream that can be fulfilled.