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Strong appetite for meals, but not stock split

"Sometimes the numbers are so good, they speak for themselves. That's how I feel about this company," Jim Cramer said. "Even with shares up so much, I find it difficult to say no to Chiptole, given the growth."

Largely, Cramer is excited by recent metrics issued by Chipotle earlier in the week amid earnings. Specifically, "Chipotle posted a 17.3 percent increase when the analysts were looking for 10.6 percent same-store-sales growth. That's just amazing!"

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And there was plenty more to like.

Chipotle reported net income had risen $110.3 million, or $3.50 per share, compared with $87.9 million, or $2.82 a share a year earlier.

Revenue increased to $1.05 billion from $817 million a year ago.

Analysts were expecting earnings of $3.09 a share on $990 million in revenue, according to a consensus estimate from Thomson Reuters.

"And on top of everything else, management gave bullish full-year guidance, raising their 2014 same-store-sales forecast from the high single digits to the mid-teens," Cramer added.

The "Mad Money" host just couldn't be more impressed.

And, although Cramer hates to chase a stock which has rallied 10 percent in a week, he would certainly get ready to deploy some cash in the event of a pullback.

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Unfortunately, you'll need to deploy a considerable amount of cash. At $661 per share, Chipotle is a pricey investment.

And unlike Apple and Google, Chipotle Chief Financial Officer Jack Hartung told "Mad Money" his company isn't looking at a stock split. "Most of our investors don't have any interest in a stock split. The appetite from our investors isn't there," Hartung said.

Fortunately, for shareholders, the appetite for Chipotle's delicious burritos is an entirely different story. And, over the long-term, Cramer doesn't see that changing, either.

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