San Diego Late Night Taco Shop Game

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San Diego Late Night Taco Shop Game

When you roll south of The Orange Curtain, there is one type of Game that regins supreme: San Diego Late Night Taco Shop Game.

In fact, because of the Police State that California has become, it is a great move to skip the Nightclubs and Bars in San Diego altogether, and just hit up The Taco Shops (The Del Mar Racetrack is of course, acceptable) late night. Especially if you are a player on a budget.

Late Night Taco Shop Game is a specific skillset and is a great Budget Game move for playboys low on scratch.

Side Note: Oftentimes, The G Manifesto is criticized for only having high-end Game moves. Sure the high-end Game moves are the best you will find anywhere, but I disagree. In fact, I challenge anyone to find a better resource for Budget Game moves than The G Manifesto. Check the archives, there are tons.

Here is what you need to do:

Swagger

After the bars close, and you roll up in the candy painted drop top Impala, tripping off pisto in the cup to the Taco Shop, come with mad swagger. Chingón. Keep in mind, this is not the kind of swagger you need for Miami Beach. Think less Muhammad Ali and think more Julio Cesar Chavez:

Knowledge

When you see the fly girls in line waiting to get their California Burritos, place their order for them. Speak Spanish for Style Points. You need to show them you know “what up” with the taco shop Game. Alternative opener: ask them “Have you ever had an Al Pastor before?”

Then work it from there.

LIL ROB JUST ONE OF THOSE DAYS

Gear

Surprisingly enough, you don’t need to go Custom Suited Down for Taco Shop Game. I mean, of course it works, however, you might be well advised to take off the shirt and the jacket and just roll slacks and the wife beater. This way, you won’t squirt any guac on your Custom jacket when you bite into your three rolled tacos with extra guac.

Aggression

If you see some firme hynas open, make your move. Many people use Late Night Taco Shop Game as a last ditch effort, and guys get aggressive. Tons of cats start pitching Beaks and Beans at girls. Counter that aggression with aggression of your own. Surgical Mayhem, if you will.

Fights

When you are spitting top flight Taco Shop Game, you need to watch for rival crews and clickas. I could literally write volumes of stories about Taco Shop brawls I have witnessed or have been a participant.

Here is a good one from back in the day:

One evening, I was chilling at a famous Taco Shop in La Jolla, post Chronic Jay. I was keeping it real, enjoying a Carne Asada Burrito, when at the same time, a crew of three Mexicans (not Eses, think more rich TJ heads, possibly Narco Juniors) and two local guys from the LJC walked in at the same time.

I wasn’t really paying attention, but they started beefing. The La Jolla heads where getting all “locals” vibe on the Mexican cats and trying to get them to back down. Suddenly, one of the TJ cats grabbed a Carnitas Burrito and slammed it straight into the mug of the bigger of the two LJ guys. Guacamole, Salsa and Shredded Pork went flying everywhere and splattered all over the menu board.

I was pretty high, but I was quick enough to jump on the table and avoid the melee that proceeded to incorporate chips with cheese and guac, rice and beans, flying saucers, Pollo Asado, mad salsas and mad guac all over the place, not to mention punches. Two of the cats were even rolling around in the stuff of the floor and the place became a full-on messy Mex-fest.

Realizing that my only way out, and avoid carne, salsa an guac all over my clothes, I jumped from table to table and hopped out the door with the food fight/fisticuffs in full swing.

I even still had half my Carne Asada Burrito still in check. And not a drop of guac on me. Smooth.

So watch the fights when you are spitting Taco Shop Game, some of them can be way more sinister.

Side note:

The G Manifesto might be taking a new direction with these super specialized innovative Game styles. These days, I feel so far gone, that I am almost on my way back.

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Lately, I have been spending my days swooping on topless girls at the beach, so I am not really sweating all this.

The Rest is Up to You…

Michael Porfirio Mason
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AKA GFK, Jr.
AKA The Sly, Slick and the Wicked
AKA The Voodoo Child
The Guide to Getting More out of Life

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7 Comments on "San Diego Late Night Taco Shop Game"

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    RMD
    20/06/2011 at 9:00 am Permalink

    That story was one of the funniest shits I’ve ever read! And I’ve read some funny shit.

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    Coby
    20/06/2011 at 9:10 am Permalink

    LOL, this is some real westside game. and you are right taco shops are a goldmine after the bars close in san diego. i will take a horchata and a girl to go please!

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    One Dope Mexican
    20/06/2011 at 8:48 pm Permalink

    This is the kind of post I can dig on. I’m always feelin’ Tacos El Gordo down in Chula Vista, right now Lucha Libre is popular with the hipsters. Up in N. County where I rest I’m diggin on La Takiza in Esco right now. Late night you do gotta watch out cuz mad homies hit up the taco shops. I take a Horchata tambien but only if it’s made from scratch not some fake bs. SUR 13

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    bigfoot
    20/06/2011 at 9:42 pm Permalink

    Hilarious, I’m gonna check your archives for more lower end tips.
    As a younger guy I can’t really spit game at the high end lounges yet although I do enjoy the occasional high end meal.

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    Nadav
    21/06/2011 at 1:51 pm Permalink

    Hey Mike – here’s a rundown on party spots for the 4th. Can’t wait to see you there!!! :~)))

    Discover our party picks for 2011 4th of July Weekend in San Diego.

    Wednesday, June 29: Industry 4th of July at Side Bar

    Start your holiday weekend off right with Industry Night at Side Bar. Pick up your patriotic wristband and sip on cheap industry drink specials while you party with DJ Devoy all night long! Get on the list.

    Saturday, July 2: Intervention Saturday with Gabriel & Dresden

    Known for having the top DJs in the world, Intervention Sundays are the wildest pool parties in all of San Diego. And now 4th of July weekend just got a whole lot wilder with the addition of a Saturday Intervention featuring Gabriel & Dresden spinning chart-topping songs such as Tracking Treasure Down and Dangerous Love, along with the remixes they are loved for, such as Madonna and Britney’s Me Against The Music. Get details!

    Sunday, July 3: LED Presents Sunday at Wavehouse with Dirty South

    Last year, we locals got the best of both worlds when the masterminds at Voyeur introduced us to the ever-popular sand-filled SunDaze parties at Wavehouse. This 4th of July Weekend, rock out to the beats of Dirty South along with Dave Aude, Mr. White, Jay Idol & Collin Perry. Get details!

    Sunday, July 3: Intervention Sunday with Edward Maya & Vika Jigulina

    Every Sunday, the Hard Rock Hotel’s fourth floor deck is covered in grass Astroturf, and filled with private cabanas and day beds, umbrellas, and island inspired décor for Intervention – the wildest pool party in San Diego. As DJs make the crowd go crazy, party-goers stir up the dance floor, hang in the pool, lounge in the day beds, or strip down, tour about and show off their goods to the A-List elite of San Diego. Intervention Sunday is going all out for 4th of July with Edward Maya & Vika Jigulina, best known for their hit single Stereo Love. Get details!

    Sunday, July 3: Fortune’s 4th of July Pool Party

    Fortune’s 4th of July Pool Party is taking over the Ivy Rooftop for a full day of sunshine, house music, fashion, dancing, poolside lounging and all of your favorite San Diego locals that you want to party with! The all-day pool party will include favorite local DJs on the tables including Donald Glaude and Slynkee, Theron, Devoy, Fresh One, Chris Cutz, Tara Brooks, J-Sin, Ayla Simone, Huy Believe, Girth, Wired, Nold, Chamberlin & DBear. Get details!

    Sunday, July 3: Welcome to the Circus at Stingaree

    Circus is back at Stingaree! Prepare to be entranced by hypnotizing hoop dancers and watch in awe as performers amaze with stunning feats of physical strength, breath-taking acts of beauty and a whole lot of other sexy shenanigans. Party in the main room to the sounds of DJ Seize and Fresh One, or head up to the rooftop to be mesmerized by the melodic beats of Digitallife and Lavelle. Get details!

    Monday, July 4: Star Spangled Banger 4th of July Pool Party

    All your friends. All you can drink. All your favorite DJs on a two-acre private estate complete with a pool, jacuzzi, waterslide, an open bar and fireworks. What more could you possibly want? Be prepared to be blown away by musical performances from Italian Japanese, Dijon the Thief (Patrick Heaney/Shark Attack),Pleasure Victim, Ese & Zain (Mike Delgado Shark Attack/Bonk Joyner All Leather), Saul Q!, IKAH LOVE, Erick Diaz, The Office Twins, Groundfloor, Turbo Teen, Qenoe, Colourvision and The Beat Br!gade. Get details!

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    John Smith
    21/06/2011 at 9:02 pm Permalink

    No wonder Mexicans have such a bad rap in San Diego.

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