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McRib: The Return of a Legend

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by Manny Calavera, Oct 28, 2007.

  1. Connemara

    Connemara Senior member

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    Conne, you should be our restaurant critic. You must sample one of every menu item and give it a rating.
    [​IMG] My oh my, that was delicious. I purchased two BEC biscuits but could only make it through one. I also had two medium orange juices and two crispy hashbrowns. Mission accomplished.
     
  2. amerikajinda

    amerikajinda Senior member

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    [​IMG] My oh my, that was delicious. I purchased two BEC biscuits but could only make it through one. I also had two medium orange juices and two crispy hashbrowns. Mission accomplished.
    I had a Bacon Egg and Cheese biscuit this morning as well! This forum really is influential... [​IMG]
     
  3. sho'nuff

    sho'nuff Senior member

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    ima gonna get me a sausage/egg biscuit as well today. my salivatory glands are already preparing.
     
  4. 4Mica

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    On the topic of McDonald's.

    The Mickey D's on the corner of 71st/Amsterdamn-Broadway is the worst fucking place in the entire country. It is full of the bottom of the barrel type people and it seems like they went overboard in the "Hire Some Retards Get a Tax Break" program because 2 cheeseburgers, small fry, small Coke should not take 10-12 min to get.


    The best service I ever received at MickeyD's was the one in downtown Buenos Aires, plus you can get a fired egg on your Quarter Pounder.
     
  5. DocHolliday

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    While I resisted the siren call of fast food this morning, I must say that I'm sorely tempted by Burger King's new cheesy tots, available all day.
     
  6. Earthmover

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    On the topic of McDonald's.

    The Mickey D's on the corner of 71st/Amsterdamn-Broadway is the worst fucking place in the entire country. It is full of the bottom of the barrel type people and it seems like they went overboard in the "Hire Some Retards Get a Tax Break" program because 2 cheeseburgers, small fry, small Coke should not take 10-12 min to get.


    I live on 75th and Columbus, so I go there once in a while -- usually it's not that bad, at least on par with other McDs in the city. You may have just been caught at a bad time where they have a couple of new people or something.

    And you guys are seriously making me want to take a trek to McDs right now.
     
  7. sho'nuff

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    let me just say i am proud that today was my first mcdonalds trip in 2 months.

    i had an

    Angus Swiss and Mushroom burger. dang those things are good. that is what made me go back to mcd's back a few months ago.

    you should try them, they are very nice and juicy.

    nice, translucent , perspiring ( slightly melted) swiss cheese slice.


    fries. crispy and long and beefy goodness. dip them fresh from the fryer in the ketchup.
    the tomatoey and potatoey combo taste in mouth is mouth-watering.

    nice, cold, crisp Coke to wash it down.


    why am i writing this on a friday nite?
    i dont know. i can think of a million reasons, but it may because of a reason i cannot think of.
     
  8. tiecollector

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    let me just say i am proud that today was my first mcdonalds trip in 2 months.

    i had an

    Angus Swiss and Mushroom burger. dang those things are good. that is what made me go back to mcd's back a few months ago.

    you should try them, they are very nice and juicy.

    nice, translucent , perspiring ( slightly melted) swiss cheese slice.


    fries. crispy and long and beefy goodness. dip them fresh from the fryer in the ketchup.
    the tomatoey and potatoey combo taste in mouth is mouth-watering.

    nice, cold, crisp Coke to wash it down.


    why am i writing this on a friday nite?
    i dont know. i can think of a million reasons, but it may because of a reason i cannot think of.


    Damn, I gotta try this shit. damn you!
     
  9. sho'nuff

    sho'nuff Senior member

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    Damn, I gotta try this shit. damn you!

    hehehehe
     
  10. grimslade

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    I've had the McGriddle. It's an abomination in my view. The sausage-egg-and-cheese mcmuffin is better. I'm still looking for a McRib, but I did try the Angus burger the other day, and it was pretty good. I know this is the wrong thread to mention it, but the Wendy's Baconator is better. Run, don't walk, and get you one.

    McNuggets are inedible. I can't believe I ever ate them. I think they literally put the chicken product through a blender before freezing them and breading them. Or rather, "breading" them. I don't know what that stuff is, but it has the same creepy indefinability of the "chicken" itself.

    The Premium Chicken sandwiches, on the other hand, can be quite good.

    While we're on the subject, I just want to note that these Snack Wraps are a stroke of genius. They're tasty and they're just the right thing for when you're jonesing for some mcd's but the conscience tells you that you should only really have a small portion.
     
  11. DocHolliday

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    I'm with you on the Snack Wraps. They're tasty, and they offer a slower trip to the grave than some of the other options.

    Tell me, though, that you could resist the McNuggets if they brought out festive holiday dipping sauces. I couldn't. I'd be slathering those artificially flavored chemical concoctions all over my deep-fried chicken bits 'n' bobs as soon as I saw the first commercial.
     
  12. xchen

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    McDocHolliday, McTombstone is on TNT and I just recognized your old McAvatar.
     
  13. DocHolliday

    DocHolliday Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    McDocHolliday, McTombstone is on TNT and I just recognized your old McAvatar.

    Val's best work. So good that when he's not on screen, you wish he were. Almost undermines the movie. Who cares about Wyatt? It's all Doc.
     
  14. xchen

    xchen Senior member

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    Better than Heat? Well, as far as Val's acting you are probably right, but Heat's gotta be better than Tombstone.
     
  15. contactme_11

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    I don't understand it. I still have yet to see a mcrib anywhere in my area!
     
  16. sho'nuff

    sho'nuff Senior member

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    me neither. no freakin McRib.

    I just love those Angus burgers. i'll have to try the Wendy bterminator burger.



    the mcnuggets should come out with some kind of a cranberry sauce , or apple /spice dipping sauce for the holidays.

    maybe even a crazy but ingenious idea in a egg nog style dipping sauce.
     
  17. amerikajinda

    amerikajinda Senior member

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    maybe even a crazy but ingenious idea in a egg nog style dipping sauce.

    -1.

    [​IMG]
     
  18. contactme_11

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    I just love those Angus burgers.

    They don't have angus burgers around here at mcdonalds either. What's up with that? They do have one at burger king.
     
  19. tiecollector

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    I think I'm going to start calling McD's within a 100 mile radius. I'll let you know what I find. If I had money to spare I'd consider having one of you Same Day Fedex me a McRib granted you took the time to separate each layer into its own plastic baggy so it doesn't get soggy.
     
  20. Connemara

    Connemara Senior member

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    I just enjoyed two cheeseburgerrs, fries, and a Coke. Delicious. It was the perfect compliment to my current state of intoxication (Day 2 of my bender).
     

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