Snackages [Re: is there enough information?]
fetchinson at googlemail.com
Thu Feb 28 00:34:19 CET 2008
> >> Speak not of Wendy's -- they moved into town in my college days...
> >> The "hot and juicy" was commonly taken to mean: patty dipped in pan
> >> drippings, then nuked in microwave... And any CompSci person could
> >> figure out that the "256 different ways" meant one had access to a tray
> >> of 8 condiments, and had any combination of on or off for each... 8
> >> condiments, let's see: ketchup, mayo, mustard, pickle, onion, lettuce,
> >> tomato, cheese?
> > I went once to Wendy's, and couldn't finish my sandwich. It was
> > ho-rri-ble. It was not a surprise when they closed all their restaurants
> > in Argentina and leave the country, after being here for less than 4
> You have _got_ to be kidding me. Where do you guys live? In California
> (at least, Silicon Valley and Sacramento area), Wendy's and In-N-Out are
> the only "fast food" chains that sell anything that taste like real
> hamburgers. Way, _way_ better than the cardboard stuff at McD's and
> BK. Though Carl's Jr's $6 burgers are okay. And Carl's has _terrific_
> ice cream shakes, whereas Wendy's has... "frosted dairy desserts". :p
> Great. Now I'm hungry.
I'm not a Wendy's fan but In-N-Out definitely rocks! :)
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