Man Asks for $8 on Kickstarter to Buy Chipotle Chicken Burrito and Raises More Than $700; People Are Still Giving

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By Leonardo Blair , CP Reporter
February 14, 2014|2:43 pm
Noboru Bitoy (Photo: Screen Grab via Kickstarter)

Graphic art student, Noboru Bitoy of Chicago, Ill.

A man who launched a Kickstarter fund to raise $8 to purchase a Chipotle chicken burrito to grade it on its "deliciousness" has raised more than $700 for his taste testing project and people are still giving.

Noboru Bitoy, a graphic design student from Chicago, Ill., posted a simple video of his project on Feb. 6 noting: "Just how delicious is a chicken burrito from my local Chipotle? I will find and display the answer in a creative presentation!"

After only the first day of his 30-day fundraising period, Bitoy met his $8 goal and decided to expand idea into a more substantive taste experiment.

"It's been one full day, and all I can say is WOW! I knew I could believe in the Kickstarter Community," he noted.

He also decided to improve his rewards for donations like including "a pretty cool sticker and a super cool T-shirt!" for a donation of $25.

After purchasing the burrito and rating it a good "Yum" on his scale, he now wants to find out if adrenaline affects the taste of the burrito buy eating a chicken burrito while skydiving.

"Will the adrenaline affect the flavor? Will the wind increase the tastiness? Will the air pressure (or lack thereof) crank up the deliciousness? We can find out with the newest graph!" he wrote.

Watch his videos below:

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Contact: leonardo.blair@christianpost.com; follow me on Twitter @leoblair
 

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