May 27, 2015 The Ol’ In ‘n Out. by Chris Muir Share this Share: Tag:Love, Marriage & Divorce, Men & Women
Heh. In ‘n’ out. I bet that’s Zed’s favorite thing. Nice buns on Sam to be sure.
Luv the little click button…the possibilities boggle the mind.
Does that mean it’s polka time?
Nah. Horizontal mambo tonight.
I miss the ol’ In-and-Out…
Burgers that is! I’d have to drive about 1500 miles to find one. The only disadvantage to living in North Carolina that I have found so far.
*I miss the ol’ In-and-Out…I’d have to drive about 1500 miles to find one.* The closest locations are in Texas… http://www.in-n-out.com/locations
…it’s still a little over 1000 miles to the closest one… (just checked Google Maps) 😉
Love In-N-Out Burger, I don’t eat there very often but they always have good burgers. Not to mention they pay their employees a decent wage.
That animal might want to be careful with that special sauce on the ol’ in ‘n out…’nuff young ‘uns around there already.
Though I daresay if another should pop, it would be one of God’s two designated genders, and Berkeley would be well-advised to keep their myriad definitions far far away in the neverland that is their natural habitat, or risk being the subject of a dedicated exotic species hunt.
I need to find one of those Berkeley Brethed (sp?) cartoons with The Colonel going hunting for liberals, using The Village Voice as bait.
Not to mention calling “no nukes! no nukes!” to bring them into range.
As for the burgers, take one Flying Dutchman, add a bun, four pickle slices, and one big slice of red onion. Now that is a burger.
In&Out finally arrived in Utah a couple of years ago, and all the West Coast transplants went crazy. I’ve eaten there a couple of times and haven’t been impressed. Give me 5Guys instead any day. From going to the web page (thanks for the link click, Chris), maybe next time I’ll order an animal style burger & fries.
Does that mean when I go there, I have to go “commando”?
Reduncleous. Sam’s an engineer, she knows them ain’t “Buns” Zed’s grabbin’, them’s “Bazooms”. . . . .
Hereabouts, the proper technical term is, I believe, boobehs.
Personally, I prefer the term ‘ta-tas’; a term acknowledged by the research organization Save The Ta-Tas.
With all due respect to the national chains, I’ll stick to my cheeseburger w extra mayo from Dan”s and keep it local. While I+O recently appeared in Austin ittal have to wait unless Sam”s behind the counter.
Skye looks to have recent experience of the ol’ in ‘n out. Is she just back from her date?
Fine Zed. You’re an animal.
That’s a riff on the on the ol’ joke, yes?: Guy trips on curb and breaks his leg. Says to other guy standing there, “Yo, call me an ambulance.” Other guy says, “Like, you’re an ambulance, dude.”
Chris, can you make that link to open in a new tab or window, please? Hate to wander away from DbD for any reason. 🙂
As to Sam’s buns… yum.
Instead of just “clicking” the link, try “right” clicking and open in new tab. Works for me.
We don’t have any of those establishments on the right coast so naturally and ignorantly I was thinking about a different kind of “burger” especially with an “in and out” in the description.
That is an issue with dirty old men like me making mistakes like that.
Easy mistake, none of those in teh fla either…but if they ever do um…come here, I will petition for addition of the “furburger” on the in ‘n out menu.
Hey, maybe an item on the DD “finger food” list? 🙂
Dental Floss. Lots of Dental Floss…
Are they talking about me?
I used to have enough energy for a “double-double”.
A hundred? My oh my… reminds me of when I see one of the Cosmo headlines at the grocery checkout “Ten erogenous zones to drive your boyfriend wild” and I think, “Ten? Three, maybe four, tops. I have ten? Wow….”
Who knew? Right?
Two genders is so yesterday, dude. For those of us who haven’t gotten with the program yet, UC Berkeley provides us with their so-called Gender Equity Resource Center.
Rule of thumb, you either need to stand or sit to pee no matter what you call yourself.
The ol’ In-n-Out is sorely missed…in all senses of the phrase. But I’m making chief engineer money, my ship’s in port for a while, and I can wait ’til October. B^)