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Supposed to be the best iPod interface available for the factory stereo interface, too bad it's twice as much as a blitzsafe.

Thinkin' about gettin' one of these myself, let us know how it works out for you.

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Here you go fast food junkies, have a ball.

From a blog ....

Here's the link to the article that started my quest: http://www.mentalfloss.com/blogs/archives/33297

And the list so far:

Applebees:

Chicken salad” – past menu item that’s still available on request.

Arby's:

”Untoasted French Dip” - the old school original.

”Wet Fries” - fries with cheddar cheese sauce.

Blimpie:

"Cheese Trio" – vegetarian style with no meat.

Burger King:

“Sourdough Whopper” - Whopper on sourdough bun.

"Mustard whopper," a whopper with mustard rather than mayo.

“Veggie whopper” a whopper with the meat omitted.

"Bull's-Eye BBQ Burger" –

"Suicide" - Four meat patties, four slices of cheese, bacon and sauce on a sesame seed bun.

“Ham and Cheese sandwich” - comes on long bun with lettuce and tomato.

“Rodeo Burger” - cheeseburger with onion rings and bbq sauce)

“Big King” - Their version of the Big Mac, no longer offered. Make your own by ordering a BK Stacker minus the bacon, then add lettuce, onion and pickles.

“Frings” - half fries, half onion rings.

Chili's:

”Chili” – long gone menu item.

Chipotle:

“Nachos”- All of the fresh and higher quality ingredients (in comparison to other fast food restaurants) make nachos at chipotle a big improvement from your usual baseball stadium or taco bell nachos. Chipotle nachos don’t have the amount of cheese that you would picture a “normal” plate of nachos would have by any stretch of the imagination. What they lack in cheese they make up for in taste. Corn salsa and Pico de Gallo make a great fresh texture and flavor. Unless you’re willing to switch to a fork, stick with either chicken or steak to avoid a mess. The only thing bad about nachos at Chipotle is that the chips they use are the same chips that you get when you order chips as a side dish. They have an excessive amount of salt and a hefty amount of lime juice. The lime juice goes well with the other ingredients but the salt can be too heavy and conflict with the other flavors.

“Quesadilla” - A great cheap way to enjoy the flavors of the grilled chicken and steak at Chipotle is in a quesadilla. Chipotle simply takes a burrito tortilla and fills it with cheese. This is only a dollar plus tax. If you’d like all the trimmings including meat it’s a buck or two more. If you choose to enhance your quesadilla with salsa, avoid the roasted corn salsa. The Pico de Gallo warms up deliciously with the melted cheese and the hot sauces give a great kick, but the sweet flavor of the corn clashes in the sea of cheese. Both chicken and steak are excellent for chipotles quesadilla because of their flavors and also their texture and steak. Barbacoa would not be the best choice for a quesadilla because of the spices involved as well as the texture.

“Quesorito” - a quesadilla with burrito fillings, rolled like a burrito.

Chipotle will make anything they have the ingredients for.

Dairy Queen:

Supposedly they will make you anything they have ingredients for. DQ has a big book of instructions on how to make old menu items.

“Peanut Buster Parfait” - Long gone menu item from the past.

Fatburger:

Spanish-style burgers & fries” - has a fried egg on top, and though who knows why you'd want to, you can order a burger or fries this way.

“Chili-Cheese Onion Rings” – why didn’t I think of that?

“Hypocrite” - a veggie burger topped with crispy strips of bacon.

In-N-Out Burger:

Burgers

”Veggie Burger” (A) - A hamburger with extra tomatoes instead of meat.

"Veggie Burger" (B) - All the veggie toppings on a bun, without the meat and cheese.

”Extra Toast” - This order toasts your bun a little bit more than usual making it extra crispy.

”Protein style” - Protein style removes the bun and wraps your burger in lettuce like a burrito.

”Grilled Cheese” - A bun, tomatoes and onions, if you want them, grilled with melted cheese.

”Flying Dutchman” - For the ultimate meat eater. No bun, no veggies, just two beef patties and two slices of cheese.

”Double meat burger” - a double double without the cheese.

”Animal style” - makes any burger come with extra pickles, extra sauce, grilled onions, and a mustard cooked patty.

”3 by Meat”- three beef patties and no cheese.

”2 by 4” - a double double with two extra slices of cheese. Not for the weak hearted.

"A X B" - As many beef patties (A) with as many cheese slices (B) as you want. (I "Googled" this and there is a picture of a 100 x 100 on the internet.)

”Chopped Chilies” - This adds diced jalapenos to any burger.

”Mustard grilled patty” - ask for this and they will spread your patty with mustard before grilling it.

”No Salt” - you wouldn’t think that this would apply to a burger but it does. In-N-Out patties are heavily salted, ask for no salt and you will get a much healthier and fresher tasting patty.

Fries

”Fries animal style” - an order of French fries drenched in cheese, grilled onions, and special sauce (a thicker thousand island dressing).

”Fries Light” - French fries taken out of the fryer a little early. These are a little bit raw on the inside and less crispy.

”Fries Well-Done”- The opposite of fries light. This order leaves your fries on the fryer extra long, making them really crispy and oily.

”Cheese Fries”- Fries with melted cheese on top.

Drinks

“Neapolitan shake” - All the milkshake flavors swirled together, vanilla, chocolate, and strawberry.

”Root Beer Float” - Half vanilla milkshake and half root beer soda.

”Choco-Vanilla Swirl” - A chocolate milkshake swirled in with a vanilla milkshake.

”Lemon-up” - Lemonade and seven up mixed together.

Large and extra large shakes: if you ask for a large shake they’ll give you a shake in a medium sized soda cup and extra large in a large soda cup.

”Tea-Ade” - An Arnold Palmer. Half iced tea and half lemonade.

Jack in the Box:

“Secret sauce” – This is the orange tangy sauce that came on the cheeseburger all through the 1970’s. Available on your burger or in a ketchup size packet.

Jamba Juice:

Blue Gummi Bear

Chocolate Gummi Bear

Green Gummi Bear

Pink Gummi Bear

Red Gummi Bear

White Gummi Bear

Andres' Surprise

Apple Pie

Berry Depressing

Blue-Topia

Butterfingers

Chocolate covered Strawberries

Dirty Org*sm

Fruity Pebbles

White Fruity Pebbles

Pink Fruity Pebbles

Hello Jesus

Reese pieces

San Diego

Skittles

Sourpatch Kid

Starburst [aka Pink Star]

Lemonade Lightnin'

Strawberries Dreamin'

Strawberries Lightnin'

Strawberry Shortcake

Sunny Delight

Thank You Jesus

Tootsie Roll

Tropical Tango

Melonade wave

Now and Later

Orange Dream Machine

Pacific Passion

Peanut Butter and Jelly

P*nis Shooter

Pineapple Dreamin'

Rainbow Sherbert

Raspberry Dreamin'

McDonald’s:

“Biscuits and Gravy” – breakfast hours vintage menu item from the 80’s.

Burgers

“Grilled Cheese” - hamburger bun with nothing but melted cheese in the middle. A Sesame seed bun will cost extra.

“The All-American” - A normal sized hamburger with nothing but pickles and ketchup.

“The Big McChicken” - Big Mac with McChicken patties instead of the bun.

“Mini Mac” aka “The Poor-Man’s Big Mac” - Order a double cheeseburger with Mac-sauce and lettuce. Ask for diced onions on the side and lettuce on your burger (both are free at McDonalds). For only a dollar all you miss out on is the Big Mac’s sesame seed bun.

“McGangBang” - a double cheeseburger with a McChicken in the middle, some McD's will include the McChicken bun as well for 4 buns total)

“Land, Sea, and Air Burger” - a hamburger plus Filet O'Fish and McChicken patties.

“McKinley Mac - aka Big Mac with Quarter Pounder patties instead.

“Mega Mac” - aka Double Big Mac - a Big Mac with four patties and extra cheese.

“Monster Mac” - a Big Mac with eight patties and extra cheese.

Fries

“Fries with Big Mac Sauce” - Just ask the cashier for a side of Mac-sauce. It is delicious for dipping fries. Also good as a dipping sauce for McNuggets.

Drinks

“Apple Pie McFlurry” - McFlurry with blended apple pie.

“Apple Pie Fudge Sundae” - a warm apple pie with a fudge sundae on top

“Mint-Chocolate Milkshake” - (seasonal) chocolate and shamrock shakes layered in a cup.

“Creamsicle Milkshake” - (seasonal) vanilla and orange milkshakes layered in cup.

Popeye's:

"Naked Chicken," - chicken with no breading.

“Breaded chicken livers” - have fun.

Potbelly's:

”Cheeseburger” - meatball sandwich, no marinara, with ketchup, mustard, cheese, pickle.

”Fireball” - meatball sandwich with chili on top.

”Wrecking Ball” - combo of two sandwiches - the meatball and the wreck.

Red Robin:

”Petite Burgers” - mini burgers.

Anything you can create on their website using The Customizer, you can get in a restaurant. Want a Natural Burger with Battered Cod, bacon and avocado on Texas toast? They'll make it.

Sonic:

”Frito Pie” - order a Frito Chili Cheese Wrap, minus the wrap and the lettuce and tomato)

”Grilled Ham and Cheese sandwich” - Grill cheese on Texas Toast.

"Grilled Cheese with Bacon"

Starbucks:

“Biscotti Frapuccino” - Buy biscotti and ask the barista to blend it up with any flavor of frapuccino. It blends into tiny cookie chunks that add a delicious little crunch to your frozen coffee.

”Short Drink” - The sizes the “mainstream menu” gives you are “Tall,” “Grande” and “Venti,” but if you say you want the “short” size to any Starbucks drink you can receive a less expensive and smaller sized drink. Although this size is in their cash register, they don’t put it on the menu as a marketing strategy to make customers buy larger and more expensive drinks.

“Short cappuccino” - A “Short” cappuccino is a more Italian style cappuccino. Basically this cappuccino leaves out the gallons of milk Starbucks puts in for the more traditional amount of dairy that the drink originated with.

“Red Eye” - A shot of espresso in regular drip coffee.

”Black Eye” - Two shots of espresso in regular drip coffee.

“Green Eye” - Three shots of espresso in regular drip coffee. Not for anyone with a heart condition or road rage issues.

”Poor Man’s Latte” - Order an Iced Americano with no water and half ice, then you can add free half and half at the little milk and condiments table. This is the same drink as a Breve Latte but costs much less. Just watch out for the classy police. This is definitely not the most chic thing to be caught doing by your mother-in-law or boss.

”Poor Man’s Chai Latte” - Order a Chai Tea Misto with extra foam, two tea bags, and half cinnamon-half vanilla syrup. This is basically the same drink but almost half the price.

”Cafe au Lait” - If your French and looking for something nostalgic of your homeland order the Misto without foam for a classic French coffee drink.

”French pressed coffee” - You can choose any coffee they sell by the bag and have it served in a French press. For coffee snobs, this is one of the best ways to appreciate all of the flavors of the coffee you chose.

”Chocolate Cream Frapuccino” - Chocolate syrup and chocolate flavoring. Lots and Lots of chocolate! Do not underestimate the amount of chocolate in this frozen blended coffee. Only for the true chocolate lover die hard. Basically Starbucks will make you absolutely anything you want no matter how insane it is.

Subway:

"Pizza sub" - former menu item that includes nine slices of pepperoni and copious amounts of cheese slathered in marinara sauce.

"Mini sub" (snack size) - ask for a mini sub and they will make a four inch version of your favorite sandwich.

Also, they can't sell "broken cookies," so they may give you some for free.

Taco Bell:

“Fresco alternatives” - order anything Fresco and they'll replace the cheese with pico de gallo (fiesta salsa) and omit the sour cream or other sauces for a healthier version

“Spicy Green ______ “ - say "Spicy Green" before any menu name and you'll get the much sought after Taco Bell secret Green Chili sauce on your food. The rare green sauce is supposedly only found at some locations.

“Lava _____ “ - like it hot? They will gladly add Lava sauce to any item.

”Cheesy Gordita Crunch” - no longer on the menu but they'll still make it.

“Enchirito” - beef, beans, cheese, diced onions and red sauce make up their version of the enchilada.

You can also substitute Chicken for Beef in any item.

Everything Taco Bell makes is comprised of a few basic ingredients, so they'll likely make anything they have the stuff for, which is probably pretty much anything they've ever served. Examples to attempt: Cheesy Gordita Crunch, Cheesy Fiesta Potatoes.

You can buy a cup of chicken or beef a la carte for under a dollar.

TGI Friday's:

"Five Easy Pieces" - policy that says they'll make anything you want with the ingredients they have in the kitchen.

Wendy's:

"Grand Slam" - 4 pattie classic aka “the meat cube.”

“Quarter pound double stack with cheese" - think McDonald's double cheeseburger with lettuce, tomato, and onion and it’s only $1.29.

“Value Crispy Chicken Club” - Value menu Crispy Chicken with bacon, lettuce, tomato and mayo.

“Jr. Cheeseburger Deluxe”- Adds lettuce, tomato, and onions to the pickles and ketchup on a regular Jr. Cheeseburger.

Whataburger:

“Whataburger with ____________” - Basically you If you request it…..They will make it. Period.

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Whataburger, I wish they had them in KY. I used to live across the street from a new one in FL, it was pretty convenient.

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Whataburger, I wish they had them in KY. I used to live across the street from a new one in FL, it was pretty convenient.

Its the only fastfood burger joint I will go to, they will literally make anything you ask for if they have the ingredient.

Hey Dave, you should ask for this one.

Jamba Juice:

P*nis Shooter

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Whataburger, I wish they had them in KY. I used to live across the street from a new one in FL, it was pretty convenient.

I know how you feel, They closed all of the WB franchises in FL. :(

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I know how you feel, They closed all of the WB franchises in FL. :(

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What happened ?

Nevermind, found this: Article

Stinks, the store in Gainesville would have been opened for just over a year....

Looks like Google Maps hasn't updated their stuff yet.

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Its the only fastfood burger joint I will go to, they will literally make anything you ask for if they have the ingredient.

Hey Dave, you should ask for this one.

:lol:

Too easy for a come back there Erika

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That reminds me, I need to buy some and do an oil change soon.

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Not me, but another member on my local board just bought this. I feel like I've created a monster by posting that link.

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No strippers... that is tacky. Baseball game in a suite with open bar and catered for 15 guys

laugh.giflaugh.giflaugh.gif at the orioles, I hope your going to watch the opponent play. If you planned it right you could have gone to the caps pens game last month that went into over time....

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Too easy for a come back there Erika

I know, and I'm 99.9% sure you can tell me how much cooler you are than me.

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It really does surprise me you guys are just hearing about the Mcgangbang.

agreed. i definitely heard about/had one a year ago.

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Since my best man was out of country and I needed to book the rooms now.

I get my money back and the rest is paid for by them.

Oh ok, I was going to say. I though getting married was about having an awesome party and not having to do/pay for a damn thing.

Am I right?

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I know, and I'm 99.9% sure you can tell me how much cooler you are than me.

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what type of beer is it?

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