At the end of the blog's comments is one about how some college students ordered a 666x666 for ditch day. They had to drive a ways to get it because a local In-N-Out wouldn't make a 666x666 because 666 is the number of the beast!
Almost as stupid as buildings skipping the 13th floor, as if the 14th isn't then really the 13th...
When I worked at a computer manufacturer we actually had a customer refuse a box that had a S/N something like 1000666... We just slapped another S/N on the same box!
Hexakosioihexekontahexaphobics, you got to love 'em.
Biggest I've ever had was a 4x4. That was tasty as hell.
As for the 666, it may even be company policy to avoid the number of beast, seeing as In-N-Out is a Christian business (check the bottoms of the cups sometime).
Don't you guys read the Bible? It says quite clearly in the Book of Revelations that if you make a hamburger with 666 patties, you go to Hell.
I love the fact that the mythical 'secret menu' is just a bunch of standardized names for custom orders, and they'll actually make nearly anything you request. If I ever end up in America anywhere near an In-n-Out, I'll use some made-up names in my order and have them guess what they're supposed to be.
"I'll have a Screaming Emu, two Platonic Plateaus and some Heisenberg-style fries."
Also, my solution to the 666x666 problem: order a 665x665 and a 1x1, remove the meat and cheese from the 1x1, and assemble the unholy burger while the employees watch in horror. You may like to chant at this point.
Ah, I just read the comment and found out that doing that would be Moste Lame. Making a satanic ritual out of it, with mysterious cloaked figures and sinister chanting, however, would be neat, to say the least.
I hate In-N-Out fries. Yes, they're fresh and they cut the potatoes in the restaurant before they're fried, but for some reason, they go cold quickly and are soft and soggy. I think they need to turn up the heat on the fryer.
I didn't know there actually was In-N-Out restaurants. I thought it was just something the Coens made up for The Big Lebowski.
Do not forget the manwich ...
Yeah, I always thought In-N-Out was made up too. Sounds too sexy. Like Jack in the Box.
Why do burger joint names often sound sexy, anyway? Here in the Midwest we also have "Hot 'n' Now" burger joints.
Leading to the inevitable "I like mine Hot 'n' Now!"
(Actually the two around here failed. They had "olive burgers" and regular. I have had both the best burger I ever had there and the worst. I think the worst was when just a hint of the olive juice got into a regular, not enough to taste like olive, just weird!)
In N' Out probably has the best burgers I've ever had. They are only on the the West Coast.
Tommy's Hamburgers in LA, Orange, and San Diego is much better than In-N-Out, in my opinion. They also have a simple menu, but everything comes with chili on top. It's the only fast food I ever actually crave.
In the 80's, you'd often see Toyota trucks with In-N-Out Burger bumper stickers where they cut off the B and R in Burger. In-n-Out urge. Get it? Get it? Oh man was that funny.
Everyone says the In-N-Out burgers are great but they always look real nasty. Like:
I seriously have no idea what the hell a "In-N-Out" is.
We don't have in n out burgers by me, but I imagine that if we did, I would think they are lame. But as it is now, those burgers look delicious.
In 'n Out burgers *do* look kinda nasty. That's why you don't just look at 'em. You're wasing valuable time that could be spent eating those delicious things.
I personally reccomend *not* putting lettuce and tomatoes on it. Not because I dislike lettuce and tomatoes (actually, when I make burgers at home, I put lettuce, tomato, onion and pickles on), but because In 'n Out has nasty veggies.
The big problem is that one patty is *not* enough to satisfy your hunger. If you want a filling burger, you're gonna want at least a 2x2. They're small patties, but they pack a lot of taste.
Personally I recommend getting a double single (2 meats 1 cheese) at In-N-Out. I also get ketchup instead of the "special sauce," because I don't like mayonaise, but thats just preference. As for Tommy Burger, its good but talk about greasy. Each chili burger/fries should come with a paper towel roll.
I prefer Consecotaleophobias myself.
I wonder if my bowels could survive 100 White Castle "Sliders" in one sitting...
We also don't have White Castle burgers around here. I'm glad, as they look absolutely repulsive, the buns themselves make me want to vomit.
White Castle is awesome, especially after Harold and Kumar. At the end of the movie, those burgers looked really good.
White Castle burgers are not that delicious. However, the chicken rings, fries, mozarella sticks(although overpriced) are amazing!
Yeah.. The Chicken Rings are definitely where it's at. I don't know what part of the chicken comes in ring form, and I shudder to consider it, but ignorance is bliss; they taste sooo good.
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