Growing up can bring you down. That was the case with 28-year-old San Francisco-based writer David Sikorski.
Not happy with the mature shift his friends’ social media pages had taken, Sikorski decided to do something about it.
“I’ve reached the age where my Facebook is now filled with engagement and baby photos; back in 05/06, it was filled with incriminating photos of my friends’ weekend escapades,” Sikorski told the Huffington Post.
In an effort to poke fun at the wedded bliss of his friends, Sikorski called in a professional – his friend, and professional photographer, Kristina Bakrevski. The two set out on a mission to photograph Sikorski with the special someone (or something, to be exact) in his life: a burrito from the San Francisco restaurant Taqueria La Cumbrea.
Bakrevski captured the love between man and burrito through a series of “engagement” photos taken in and around some of San Francisco’s most iconic locations.
Afterward, Sikorski did what any devoted couple would do – he posted the photos to social media for all his friends and family to see.
The photos have since gone viral, and Sikorski has been fielding questions about his special day with his beloved burrito, including what song the couple will dance to at their wedding. They seem to have chosen wisely:
“Some people are going out and getting married and others are fine just enjoying a good burrito,” Sikorski said to the Huffington Post.
Sounds like he’s got his priorities in order.
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