They are kabobs in America. Everywhere else, it's just meat on a stick. Which i might add, we have even improved upon also. We simply removed the stick, and they are readily available at pretty much every check out counter throughout the country.
shawngee03 wrote:yes i am fat...yes i am very unhealthy. so this is not bad for me...as i am aware i am about to have a heart attack.....but i do that "big box" thing about once a month
on a hungover sunday after drinking too much ill go to 4 or 5 different fast food restraunts and get a couple things from each...then come home, sit on the couch, watch whatever sports are on, and eat fast food all day
my typical "big box" includes the following chips and queso from Taco Cabana double cheeseburger and fries from McD stacker and onion rings from BK ckn sand from chick fil a frito pie from James Coney Island 2 things from Taco Bell(just random pick when i getto teh window as everything is almost the same) and jalepeno poppers and egg rolls from jack in the Box(try the egg rolls, they will stop your heart on site, but they are worth it)
This can't be life.
I'm leaving Texas at the end of the month so I can say goodbye to Whataburger, Chick fil a, Jack in the Box, Sonic, Five Guys, and pretty much any fast food chain that isn't nationwide.
Chick fil a is my favorite though, waffle fries.
I ate at Whataburger while I was in Dallas earlier this year, their burgers were really good for fast food.
Is that so that you can double back and rob the place? "Giz the cash guv'na" would be a bit of a giveaway IMO.
That would be a clever ruse, wearing a balaclava and talking like a Scouser saying, "alrite, alrite, calm down, calm down, giz a bevvy, la!".
I wouldn't be caught dead speaking Scouse though.
Dan Lambskin wrote:
Dan Lambskin wrote:1 McDonalds Fillet O Fish
A lot of people really like this but I haven't had one since 2002. Once you move to the South and have a Po'boy with either shrimp, oysters or catfish, going to MickkyD's for seafood is impossible.
reminiscing about Shreveport
I've never been to Louisiana, but I'd like to go to New Orleans one day for Mardi Gras and all kinds of wonderful Cajun delicacies over there. The seafood must be terrific too, but for me, the very best is from Spain.
As far as seafood goes, well, I'd never eat it from an establishment that doesn't specialize in seafood, let alone from a fast food joint.