you can still supersize items at McD's? i thought this 'feature upgrade' was done away with when people started suing the restaurant because it was the company's fault for making them fat......... ?
ya know that always botherd me you could order a super size anything back in the day and then sue the company because they made you fat? i dont ever remember seeing someone with a gun to their head by a mc Ds manager telling them they had to eat it much less order it..whats next? people sueing starbucks because they drop their frappuchino in their lap and it was too cold?
"Alright you primative screwheads listen up.."BRUCE CAMPBELL
but i must say, and i've said this a lot recently because for some reason there have been a LOT of threads involving McDonald's fries: even though they can withstand an atomic bomb, and who knows what they can do to your stomach and health, i absolutely love them. dont hate.
i miss being able to order the Bucket of Fries. in that large red oversized cup thing.
Oh man, those fries are legit. And you know they can't be good for you! I hit those things up maybe once every couple weeks after a really long training run or surf when I need to replenish sodium levels - i.e. when I lose self control
Heck, the Harbor McDonald's can't even sell a $1 Sweet Tea, even though almost every other Orange County location offers one. Also, the new Breakfast Dollar Menu is a lot less at the Harbor McD's.... They have maybe half, if not a little less than what other nearby McDonald's offer... (If you got a large family, there is a McDonald's a few blocks south of Chapman on Harbor. You can save a lot of money, even including the drive down there in gas/wear and tear costs on your vehicle).
As for In-n-Out fries, since they use FRESH Potatoes, there are some times of year that they are MUCH better than others, depending on the starch content of the current potatoes being offered. McDonald's you will find the same "day in, day out", which are GOOD, but there are times where In-n-Out can be GREAT!!!!!
And of course, the hamburgers themselves, no brainer, In-n-Out ROCKS!
I am liking the sounds of these "animal-style" fries...however, have to disagree with the whole In-N-Out craze. I like the food, it's not that - it's just the amount of press. Every time we have a friend come out from out of state, they insist on going to one of these joints because of the hype.
Have any of you ever been to Burgerville in Oregon? Try and make a trip there sometime, friends, as the food surpasses INO Burger by leaps and bounds.