I don't know about you, but I do love me some Taco Bell. Yes, yes, yes, it's not real Mexican food. Ravioli in a can isn't real Italian but I will eat me some Chef Boyardee. I don't like change, and I especially don't like change when it comes to my drive-thru fast food experience, which is why I don't like that Taco Bell is "clearing space to create a more efficient Taco Bell experience."

Hey. Taco Bell. You leave your mitts off my experience. You couldn't be any more efficient if you tried. I've never spent more than 5 minutes driving up, ordering, and driving off with my delicious order.

So when can you expect to see these efficient changes? On August 13, you will no longer see:

Grilled Steak Soft Taco - This classy taco was my go to. Not anymore.
7-Layer Burrito - Yeah, I can't say I'll miss this one.
Nachos Supreme - I mean really. No Nachos Supreme? This is just unAmerican.
Beefy Fritos Burrito - Fritos belong on the side of a burrito, not in one. See ya.
Spicy Tostada - I'll miss you, tostada.
Triple Layer Nachos - What the heck does Taco Bell have against nachos?
Spicy Potato Soft Taco - A big no to potatoes in my tacos so, yeah, take a hike.
Cheesy Fiesta Potatoes - NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!
Loaded Grillers (Cheesy Potato, Beefy Nacho) - Seriously? What are you guys leaving us with?
Chips & Dips - You know you're supposed to be serving Mexican food, right?
Mini Skillet Bowl - I don't like bowls. Too mixed together. Glad to see it go.

I'm seeing a lot of Taco Bell runs in my future before August 13.