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This Is The One Dish Kobe Bryant Loves More Than Anything

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As the “Black Mamba” Kobe Bryant calls it quits, once and for all, we want to remember the food that fueled the greatest basketball player in the world.

Apparently, Kobe’s favorite dish of all time is frog legs dipped in honey garlic sauce.

I remember Kobe saying it on an ESPN Los Angeles radio show, could have been “Mason & Ireland,” but over time it became one of those common things that all Laker fans knew, like, that Kobe only gets 4 hours of sleep, or that he flies a helicopter to stay away from L.A. traffic.

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Regardless of the original source, Kobe is the primary reason you might hear Angelenos say that they love the French dish, because Laker fans are nuts like that.

Kobe has also been spotted at the Cheesecake Factory a few times, so don’t think he only shoots for the upscale, French delicacies— sometimes the greatest basketball player of all time enjoys affordable eats just like you and I.

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TacoCopter Reveals the Future of Food Delivery?

A futuristic concept for food delivery has surfaced, as The TacoCopter will have not only foodies, but techies excited about the possibilities.

A world where you can order tacos from your phone and have an unmanned drone fly it over to your GPS-marked location is a world we should all want to live in.

The Bay Area-based TacoCopter site cites that the tacos could be ordered through smartphones, so it is probable that an app would be created for easy ordering.

Not even Futurama was this efficient. TacoCopter makes Futurama’s space ship deliveries look prehistoric.

Why stop at tacos? Everything should be delivered by copter. How about a BurgerCopter, or PizzaCopter? Hell, get the robot from Rocky 4 to bring it into my kitchen.

You also have to wonder if you’d have to tip the drone? And if you tried to pull the ‘thank you’ and quickly shut the door without tipping move, would it turn into violent TacoCopter?

Of course, the TacoCopter isn’t real, but as Will Ferrell said in Talladega Nights, “It’s just exciting that we’re trying things like that.”

I’m 18 percent sure that TacoCopter will be the surprise twist that caused the airborne virus in The Walking Dead zombie apocalypse.

All right, no more pop culture references, just a plea for more robots bringing us food.