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In 'n' Out 100x100 Burger
Authored by: Anonymous on Friday, September 08 2006 @ 06:47 PM EDT
Sweaty cheese huh? What do you think happens to cheese when you put it on a grill? Did you think it was going to stay flat and cold? Its so sad when one small, insignificant group of people has to ruin it for everyone else. What a waste of food and the time of those employees. I'm sure all the other people in the restaurant were very happy to wait for their meals while you guys made an ass out of yourselves.
In 'n' Out 100x100 Burger
Authored by: Anonymous on Friday, September 22 2006 @ 10:07 AM EDT
"Its so sad when one small, insignificant group of people has to ruin it for everyone else. What a waste of food and the time of those employees. I'm sure all the other people in the restaurant were very happy to wait for their meals while you guys made an ass out of yourselves."

Hey dude, it's just business to In 'n' Out, mind you not the usual kind. Those employees were not wasting their time if they're making money for their company. Likewise, there was no waste of food since these crazy dudes ate it all! So, lighten up, have a laugh, and be nice! We're all insignificant in this world, including yourself. Actually when I come to think about it, they're not that insignificant for the simple fact that you cared enough to take out some of your valuable time to post your comments. So, don't make an ass out of yourself either by posting such stupid comments!!
In 'n' Out 100x100 Burger
Authored by: Anonymous on Tuesday, September 26 2006 @ 09:42 AM EDT
This rules!

I say, without any facetiousness whatsoever, that this is one of the fringe examples of what makes this country great. Try doing this in England or Australia and you'd probably be shamed out of the restaurant. Maybe someone would come up to you crying about the starving people in other countries to try and guilt you out of eating it.

In a land where binge eating competitions are not out of the ordinary, and where an annual hot dog eating contest is televised with a great deal of build up (and is consistently won by a trim Japanese man), this type of gluttony is to be revered, not reviled.
In 'n' Out 100x100 Burger
Authored by: Anonymous on Friday, November 10 2006 @ 11:48 AM EST
Competittive eating to be reveared??

You wanka, you'll prolly be carrier from your bed by 20 fireman and buried in a truck container..
In 'n' Out 100x100 Burger
Authored by: Anonymous on Saturday, November 11 2006 @ 12:49 AM EST
I used to like 5x5 bugers, they dont sell them now because of you guys going and ordering a burger that no one could make look appitizing. Thanks.
In 'n' Out 100x100 Burger
Authored by: Anonymous on Monday, November 13 2006 @ 08:49 AM EST
This may be used to mar In-N-Out's image, so, it is actually going against their business. And those employees weren't doing a very good thing for the company. It was actually against company policy to make something that big since before these guys decided to "have some fun" at the burger joint's expense. What is with the deal with the raw meat?There is no way any good manager at In-N-Out would let raw meat come off of the grill. There were several problems at this store and the making of this burger is only one of them. Though I think the customers were wrong, In-N-Out should take action against the people running that particular store. So, I don't know.........
In 'n' Out 100x100 Burger
Authored by: Anonymous on Tuesday, February 27 2007 @ 01:29 PM EST
You say they ate it all, the pics says they didn't. They ate 100 patties. They did not eat 100 cheese slices so their record isn't a record at all.
In 'n' Out 100x100 Burger
Authored by: Anonymous on Wednesday, February 28 2007 @ 12:43 AM EST
JOO WOODNT B SATSFID NLES THEY ATE THE BOXEN AND TABLES AND SEATS AND NAPKINZ
In 'n' Out 100x100 Burger
Authored by: Anonymous on Tuesday, September 01 2009 @ 09:46 PM EDT
Dude it cost a hundred dollars, no biggy for the employees, anyways they get payed on an hourly basis. Although, i do agree with the majority of comments: they could have spent it on much better causes. Industrial farmed cows is a cruelty and this is the physical manifestation of it. And so on. And on. And on. And on. And on. And on.