The Internet Is Very Split On Whether Or Not To Get Behind This Man's Chipotle "Hack"

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If you love ordering Chipotle and taking it home to feast on, then you might be familiar with one epic battle: making it back before your meal turns into a giant, messy blob of sadness. One man in California shared his creative hack for ordering Chipotle that helps solve this problem; but the interwebs are undecided on the matter. What say you? Read on to experience the ingenuity.

Josh Williams is a loving father of three kids, and a devoted husband who understands that Chipotle is the greatest food ever invented. This past Sunday night, he took his son to the theater while his wife stayed home to write an essay for school. Note: his wife is a culinary student, which explains why she also understands the awesomeness that is Chipotle. Anyway...

The father and son stopped by a Chipotle on the way home to pick up dinner. But! One problem. They live in a small town about 45 minutes from the restaurant, he tells BuzzFeed Food; so he devised a plan so his chicken soft tacos would survive the ride unscathed: request that all the cold ingredients be packed in individual containers so he could build the tacos when he got home.

Ah. Yes. I see what you're doing there!

Brilliant? Yes. And many tweeters were quick to voice their support:

Not everyone was on board, though. The haters came out in droves and minced no words:

Dang. All this hate just because the man was trying to avoid a soggy taco.

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Williams didn't let it get him down, though. He told BuzzFeed, "In spite of all the Chipotle hate on the thread, I'm a fan ... And we actually make tacos at home ALL THE TIME, but if the fridge is empty and you're in a bind, this is a solid alternative."

We totally feel you, Josh. Chipotle has saved my life many a-nights when cooking or grocery shopping definitely weren't going to happen. Also, props to you for taking your little one out and providing dinner while your wife was writing her essay. You're A-OK in my book.  

Just do us and Mother Nature a huge fav and recycle all that plastic, because pollution and whatnot.