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Do you want fat with fat?

They've only just figured this out? :D

From: http://heraldsun.news.com.au/...

McDONALD'S is supersizing fatty burgers on demand – and its registers are programmed to take the order.

While the fast-food giant strongly advertises its "healthy" alternatives, it is feeding customers burgers that are double, triple and even quadruple their displayed menu size.

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Eating Out
The White Castle Tower

Got some time to kill after downing 30 cheeseburgers at White Castle? Why not build a castle yourself! (I wonder if anyone's done a white castle 100x100?)

From http://www.rmangio.com/archive/archive-082005.htm

officer: Hi, I was wondering if you guys were lost.
Richard: Yeah, we're kinda lost.
officer: So, what are you looking for?
Richard: uh,..
CarLo and Mei: WHITE CASTLE!!

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Home Made
Giant Cake Taco

Not quite a real taco, but looks pretty close to me!

From: http://kimberlychapman.com/crafts/cakes/cakegallery.html#taco

This was made for a friend who enjoys tacos. The taco shell was made with yellow sugarpaste with Oreo crumbs mixed in. Some eating it said they found the "meat" to be "disturbingly realistic."

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Funny
One serving, a billion calories...

Hahahah...

From: http://www.flickr.com/photos/vivienchan/7710895/

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Funny
Like a kid in a Burger store

The look on this kids face is gold... I think I'd look the same way if that burger was in front of me (even though this one is 'shopped) :)

From: http://www.flickr.com/photos/kuchin/110481510/

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Eating Out
Grandpa Al and his Giant Sandwich, Harold's NY Deli, New Jersey
Grandpa Al is fast becoming a bit of a celebrity here on SupersizedMeals.com. This time he tackles Harold's New York Deli's Pastrami Sandwich. It's a HUGE sandwich!

From: http://www.flickr.com/photos/salmonmedia/25352448/in/photostream/
and http://www.roadfood.com/Reviews/Writeup.aspx?ReviewID=1344&RefID=1344

Harold's is a large restaurant serving enormous portions of food to enormous people (and regular size people, too). It is for this reason, we believe, that Harold's sometimes doesn't get the respect it so well deserves. It would be natural to assume that a restaurant whose schtick is to serve comically large servings of food would not devote much attention to the quality of that food. That assumption, at Harold's, couldn’t be more wrong.

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General
THE New Biggest Burger Ever 060421

A few of you have sent in this link over the last week or so...

THE New Biggest Burger Ever 060421
http://ueba.com.br/html/THE-New-Biggest-Burger-Ever-060421

But we had that story already! And it even comes with a nice narrative to go along with it

The Giant Burger. An American Celebration - Mike Gradziel
http://www.supersizedmeals.com/food/article.php/20060316200500519

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Big Burger, Hokkaido, Japan

Another Flickr find, this one was somewhere in Hokkaido, Japan (I'm trying to find out where, will update if I find out!)

From: http://www.flickr.com/photos/tonywat/45787323/

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Bruegger's World's Largest Bagel
When I think of Bagels, I think of a nice, hot, fresh bagel with cream cheese... mmm... I think I'd need a small tip-truck of cream cheese for this one though....

From: http://www.brueggers.com/news/news-080405.html

Burlington, Vt. (August 4, 2005) - There are bagels, and there are bagels so big that they earn their place in history. Bruegger's Enterprises, Inc. recently received official notification from Guinness World Records that its attempt to bake the world's largest bagel has set the new world record.

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McMassive Japanese Burger

This is a mighty sized McBurger! At least I'm pretty sure it is (with the McWrappers in the background) It could be fake, but impressive though! (picture below tilted sideways, because it's too tall!)

From: http://www.japanprobe.com/?p=50

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