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post #121 of 170
^Alright. And yea I guess it's possible that there is only a coffee emphasis for mcdonalds in some areas; it probably costs a TON of money to put that in all of those mcdonalds, plus them not knowing how well it would do, it would only make sense to do it in some areas.
post #122 of 170
KFC is the worst of all...

subway is relatively healthier compared to all other fast food brands.
post #123 of 170
^ I agree. Well I don't really know about KFC as I don't go there (or any other chicken oriented fast food place; chicken doens't really do it for me :/)

But when I'm with parents or have a pick to sit down with friends or something, I'll pick up some subway because of it being relatively healthier than mcdonalds or something.

However it's not always the case as subway costs a bit more (not a lot or anything), but my addiction to frozen coffee uses up a lot of money
post #124 of 170
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Originally Posted by Nocturnal310 View Post
KFC is the worst of all...

subway is relatively healthier compared to all other fast food brands.
depend on how u look at it. subway's food has less calories/fat, but the way they handle foods are not good. most of the foods have been in the counter for whole day long without refrigeration. it could be a bacterias' heaven...
post #125 of 170
Jamie Oliver's acceptance speech for his TED Award this year. Well worth watching:

+ YouTube Video
post #126 of 170
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Tomorrow, I'm going to try this thing ASAP just to see if it's as delicious as it looks. I'll be sure to give opinions as soon as i digest it.
post #127 of 170
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Jamie Oliver's acceptance speech for his TED Award this year. Well worth watching:

+ YouTube Video
This is amazing. Everyone watch this now.
post #128 of 170
anyone tried them yet?
post #129 of 170
Its double down day, T minus two hours until one is in my stomach.
post #130 of 170
MMm... I'll have to try this at least once.... reminds me of the frito-pie burger DairyQueen had.
post #131 of 170
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Still about 1 1/2 days till it comes out.
post #132 of 170
I am so excited! 3 hours until my lunch time though...
post #133 of 170
That was absolutely delicious, even though I had to wait to get mine because they sold so many. Its exactly how you imagine it. It is rather expensive though at five dollars a shot, and it needs more bacon, the ratio of chicken to bacon is not quite right. Other than that, it was a flavor explosion in my mouth. I haven't started puking yet, so all is good in the land.
I'm embarrassed to say this but I called at least 3 family members and asked them if they knew it was double down day .
post #134 of 170
I'm about to head out to give it a try as well.
post #135 of 170
I had it not too long ago and probably be the only time. It was good but nothing special. It needs more bacon since you can taste the chicken, cheese and the sauce they put in it but the bacon was very well hidden.
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