🌯 Meaning: A soft tortilla rolled into a thick pocket such that it can hold a variety of fillings inclusive of meat, veggies, sauces, etc. The lower three-fourths of the emoji are covered with a white butter paper (mostly).
The 🌯 Burrito emoji signifies Mexican cuisine and a fusion of both Texas and Mexican food, thus giving rise to the ‘Tex Mex’ gastronomy. Although ‘burrito’ literally translates to ‘little donkey’ in Espanol, it ain’t exactly derogatory, as both subjects here can carry heavy loads 🙂.
How and When to Use the 🌯 Burrito Emoji
- If you know someone who’s as hardworking (see…) and quirky as a donkey, you can name them burrito (damn cute, especially if offense is not a piece of cake). In such contexts, you can use 🌯 while saving the person’s number or even while posting pictures with or of them.
- You can also use 🌯 while sharing general posts on Mexican and Texas-Mexican (tex-mex) cuisine too; it can be a food stall that you came across at the carnival or a new restaurant in your locality, anything.
- If you’re sharing a picture of your house pet or even a significant other who looks like a burrito for more reasons than one (or mostly just one; love), then feel free to use 🌯 in such post captions!
- Also, there are many dishes that look like a burrito but aren’t, and also they do not have an emoji – in such cases, you can use 🌯 to refer to those rolls .
- 🌯 Burro (meaning donkey, the origin of the word indeed)
- 🌯 Roll
- 🌯 Shawarma
- 🌯 Tortilla Rolls
- 🌯 Chiko Roll
- 🌯 Egg Roll
- 🌯 Kati Roll
- (come on, don’t exclude food just coz they don’t have an emoji)