His metier was human loneliness — the terrible uncinematic kind that has very little to do with high-noon heroism and everything to do with everyday empathy — and the necessary curse of human self-knowledge. He held up a mirror to those who could barely stand to look at themselves and invited us not only to take a peek but to see someone we recognized. He played frauds who knew they were frauds, schemers who knew they were schemers, closeted men who could only groan with frustrated love, heavy breathers dignified by impeccable manners, and angels who could withstand the worst that life could hand out because they seemed to know the worst was just the beginning. (x)
taco bell will never judge you.
taco bell will never hate you.
taco bell will never call you bad names.
taco bell will never turn you down.
taco bell will always be there for you.
taco bell forever & ever.
taco bell for always.
taco bell will hurt you, though