Then you'd better never eat a fahita:
In the lexicon of food, a fajita generically refers in Tex-Mex cuisine, to grilled meat served on a flour or corn tortilla with condiments. Popular meats are beef, chicken, pork and shrimp. They are often cooked with onions and bell peppers. Popular condiments are sour cream, guacamole, salsa, pico de gallo, cheese, and tomato. In restaurants, the fajita meat is traditionally brought to the table sizzling loudly on a metal platter or skillet, with the tortillas and condiments served on the side.
In Spanish, fajita is a form of the word faja which translates to "belt" or "girdle" in English. Butchers along Northern Mexico used the word to refer to the diaphragm muscle of a steer.