Tonight I made tacos for supper, I mixed up my own “safe” taco seasoning and it was really good. I made a double batch of meat so I would have lots of leftovers. I was so excited because this is one of my favorite meals and I have been cooking kind of boring the last week or so. I broke down and bought regular flour shells for the family and I just make a salad with mine (which I LOVE). I walked out into the kitchen to tell my daughter she was going to have to heat up her taco shell on her plate in the microwave and I look and she had it laying on top of the meat. I said, “no, you didn't just do that…” No remorse or apologies or anything on her part, I'm feeling kind of sorry for myself right now. A simple I'm so sorry would have meant so much. It was my own fault for buying the stupid shells in the first place. I can tell you this I will NEVER buy them again. I will buy tortilla chips for them and they can make their own salad on their plates, if that doesn't work, they will have to go without too. Her comment to me was it only touched the top, with the look like don't be so fussy, you're going over board. You all know the look and the guilt feeling they try to give you.