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Old 10-22-2004, 04:14 PM   #1
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favorite fast food?

i like Subway, veggie subs or roast beef. Jimmy John's is much better; they make the best vegetarian sandwiches.
as for burgers, a whopper junior from Burger King has the best flavor. i love thier chicken tenders, too.
the best fries are Long Jonn Silvers dipped on malt vinegaar.
KFC makes good mashed potatoes.
and the king of all fast food, Wendy's, is the best. the baked potatoes, the updated salads, the chili are good. and the frostys used to be my favorite but i don't know is theere is chocolate on them, and you know, what with my self-imposed ban on caffeine, i'm not taking any chances!!!


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Old 10-22-2004, 04:20 PM   #2
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a double whopper, with cheese, extra onions and special sauce, king sized fries and a diet coke. yummmmmmmmmm
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i'm a mcdonald's person.
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Old 10-22-2004, 04:27 PM   #4
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ok, if mickey d's it be, then:
a big mac, with cheese, extra ketchup and onions, a biggie fries and a diet coke. lol.
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ok, if mickey d's it be, then:
a big mac, with cheese, extra ketchup and onions, a biggie fries and a diet coke. lol.
LOL@diet coke
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Old 10-22-2004, 04:48 PM   #6
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no no no it's gotta be a quarter pounder with cheese dern it.
heck make it a double.
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Old 10-22-2004, 04:50 PM   #7
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ok, if mickey d's it be, then:
a big mac, with cheese, extra ketchup and onions, a biggie fries and a diet coke. lol.
LOL@diet coke
i'm watchin my girlish figure...lol.

hey, round is a shape, right? so i'm in shape...
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Old 10-22-2004, 04:51 PM   #8
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Do any of you have Quiznos???? Similar to Subway but better. They run the sandwich with the meat and cheese thru a salamander then put on the cold ingredients you want. Much better. Subway up here has now added the heating element to some of the subs. In and Out is my favorite fast food burger joint, but there is not one in Eugene. We have Dairy Queens all over, and they are not too bad. We also have Mucho Gusto which is a mexican restaurant set up similar to the sub placed. You have a choice of taco, tostada, burrito, salad (in a fried tortilla bowl or plate), then you choose seasond fish (deep fried), beef, chicken, or tofu, then the lettuce, cabbage, tomatoes, onions, olives, etc., all the stuff you can imagine, then they make a special sauce for the salads....really great.
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No one has mentioned Arby's that I've seen.. does anyone like their sammiches? I do! I never think to go there though
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No one has mentioned Arby's that I've seen.. does anyone like their sammiches? I do! I never think to go there though
I forgot all about Arby's. Love their horseysauce on the cheddar and beef, and the curley fries. I occasionally eat there when I go to the mall here, then for dessert a fat free frozen yogurt cone.
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