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04 February 2002 @ 09:06 pm
I have discovered something dangerous.

When you go to In-n-Out, you can order an extra thing of the sauce they use on the burgers. One of the resturants i got it at even has a cute name for it , SOS, i'm not sure if it's supposed to stand for Side Of Sauce or Sauce On Side.

So i've started ordering that and using it instead of ketchup for my fries.

_bad_ me =)
Life Rebooted: mirrorhopeforyou on February 5th, 2002 11:57 am (UTC)
So do you know about ordering burgers "Double Double Animal Style"? My boyfriend, Robin, once told me to pick something up at In-n-Out for him, and to ask for that, and I looked at him strange and thought he had a hole in his brain. It turned out it is a way to order something for *real* and they didn't bat an eye or skip a beat when I said it. I can't remember what it is, but it wasn't on the menu. Do you know what it means? Extra bacon and sauce or something?
DonAithnendonaithnen on February 5th, 2002 12:31 pm (UTC)
Yup! Of coruse i do! =)

Animal Style means the buns (or perhaps the meat itself, i've heard confilcting reports, and that section of the In-N-Out webpage seems to be down at the momment) are fried in mustard, and the hamburger has double sauce and double produce (pickles, tomatoes, lettuce) on it, and they add grilled onions. (Which when i order an animal style i always ask them not to add =)

Other strange things you can get, Grilled Cheese: burger without the meat. Protein Style: instead of a bun they wrap it in a leaf of lettuce. Flying Dutchman: No bun, no produce, just meat and cheese. (A certain Jack in the Box commerial pops to mind =)

There's also 3 by 3, three patties, three slices of cheese, and 4 by 4, four patties, four slices of cheese. There is a confirmed (or so i've heard =) report of someone ordering a 100 by 100, and unverified rumors of a fraternitiy ordering a 500 by 500.

You can also get well done fries, and a neopolitan shake, and tehre are some other ones i'm probably forgeting.