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04-19-2008, 12:53 AM
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In-N-Out Burger

I feel bad for all you Canadians and East Coasters who have probably never sunk their teeth into an In-N-Out Burger. It is the best fast food burger on the planet. Bar none

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I like animal fries.

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I feel bad for all you Canadians and East Coasters who have probably never sunk their teeth into an In-N-Out Burger. It is the best fast food burger on the planet. Bar none
Amen brother! I miss it being out here in the land of "Dunkin Doughnuts is awesome! I promise!"

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One day I'm gonna plan a road trip to the States where I can try out all these disgustingly amazing hamburger chains I can only dream of up here in Canada. In-N-Out, Jack in the Box, White Castle...uh...others...

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East Coasters is a broad term...I'm in Montana and I'm still nowhere close to an In-N-Out.


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On the bright side I'm not a fatass.

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Good food but still overrated. When In-N-Out first came to AZ everyone was all OMG ITS IN -N-out I hAVE TO HAVE IT. people would actually drive 30 miles to go to in-n-out.

Now its just a burger joint like every other one.

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Good food but still overrated. When In-N-Out first came to AZ everyone was all OMG ITS IN -N-out I hAVE TO HAVE IT. people would actually drive 30 miles to go to in-n-out.

Now its just a burger joint like every other one.
The one by ASU is always packed.

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They are definitely still busy but no one I know who used to freak out over it still does. And they really did freak out too, lined up out the door for 30 minute waits and 20 cars at the drive through.

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They are definitely still busy but no one I know who used to freak out over it still does. And they really did freak out too, lined up out the door for 30 minute waits and 20 cars at the drive through.
I live in Folsom, CA and the closest In-N-Out is about half an hour away. My friends and I always make weekly "In-N-Out runs" where we'll drive down to it just to get some burgers. There's plans for a new one to be built just down the street from where I live, and everyone around here is going crazy. It's all people are talking about

I will say that, when I first moved to California, I had never heard of In-N-Out and the amazing loyalty people had to it sort of surprised me at first. But since I ate my first burger, I've become a rabid In-N-Out fanboy myself

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I hate you ALL!!!!

I used to live in california and totally took in and out for granted.. Then I moved to texas and am stuck with taco bell and mcNASTY burgers

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They are definitely still busy but no one I know who used to freak out over it still does. And they really did freak out too, lined up out the door for 30 minute waits and 20 cars at the drive through.
That sounds like the ASU on at Lunch time.

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Going to an In-N-Out Burger isn't atop my priority list.

I still have never seen a Sonics in my entire life, and their slushes look so good!!

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The only thing i want to be 'In-N-OuT' of is defenitely NOT a burger...

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Canadians are fine, we have Harvey's, we will survive.

(Even though they cost like 5 bucks and you can crush one in 2 bites)


We are more of a doniar nation anyway.

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"Those are good burgers, Walter."

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I went down to Cali last year and had one of those burgers.

Amazing

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Going to an In-N-Out Burger isn't atop my priority list.
It shouldn't be. Don't get me wrong, it's as good as fast food burgers get; in fact, it's amazing quality (fresh ingredients) for what you pay and considering their volume. But it's hardly life-changing, unless you've never had a truly fantastic burger before. Where I live, there's about a half dozen restaurants within 15 minutes where you can get an insanely good burger at the bar. Granted, it'll be more expensive than In-n-Out, but hey kobe beef ain't cheap.

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I still have never seen a Sonics in my entire life, and their slushes look so good!!
The food is pretty generic fast food though. Not bad, but I think the car hop service is what does it for most people. But if that's what I'm looking for, I'd just as soon go to the old Bob's Big Boy down in Burbank.

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In-n-Out is good but its not the end-all burger. ****, the patty is barely larger than a quarter (slight exaggeration). If you wanna talk fries...yes, In-n-Out rules them all. If you wanna talking burgers...the Habit gets my vote everyday twice on Sunday.

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In-N-Out is good.......but Fatburger is better (more expensive though)

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My girlfriend lives in Cali so I've had In N' Out more than enough times. Great burger joint, and super cheap.

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Ive had a few burgers over the years in Boston, Florida, Philly, Washington, NY, and Detriot.

To this day, Harveys Angus is still my favourite by far.

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They are definitely still busy but no one I know who used to freak out over it still does. And they really did freak out too, lined up out the door for 30 minute waits and 20 cars at the drive through.
ahh sounds like Tim Hortons, except it's like that every day.

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In-N-Out is overrated. The burgers are small and the fries are too thin and taste only of grease. My opinion ... I know it's all preference.

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