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People Are Freaking Out Over This Guy's Absolutely Amazing-Looking Corn On The Cob

I want to go to there.

Posted on October 20, 2015, at 9:57 a.m. ET

Meet Elotes Asados San Rafael, the street-food vendor that is causing people to freak out all over Mexico. Look at this thing. It's roasted and covered in hot sauce.

San Rafael is based out of Nuevo Laredo, Mexico, and this is the line to get its insane-looking corn on the cob.

It offers all kinds of different ones, including ones called "Dorito Master" and the ominous-sounding "Diablo".

This one is covered in cheese and roast beef.

And this one is covered in chipotle sauce and cheese.

The genius behind San Rafael is Albert Gonzalez. According to BuzzFeed Mexico, the first day he opened he sold 30 corn on the cob, now he's selling 200 to 300 daily.

Gonzalez's crazy corn has gotten so popular that he now has three branches around the city.

Oh, and if you're not into eating the corn while it's on the cob, they offer cups of the same recipes.

Hello, I love you.

Look how sexy this corn is jfc.

A beautiful rainbow of corn.

*Heavy breathing*

A BuzzFeed News investigation, in partnership with the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists, based on thousands of documents the government didn't want you to see.