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Old 10-22-2010, 05:04 AM   #421 (permalink)
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i had one today.

it was horribly bad.
Having one tomorrow.

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32 grams of fat, 550 calories, and 1380mg of sodium in one serving. Looking forward to clogging my arteries.
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Old 10-22-2010, 10:13 AM   #422 (permalink)
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Having one tomorrow.

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1740 mg of sodium.
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Old 10-22-2010, 10:19 AM   #423 (permalink)
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Our local paper did a comparison thingy last night... Ye Olde Double Down isn't as bad as some others. I didn't thinkt he McChicken was worse than the Big Mac. But it is.
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Old 10-22-2010, 10:46 AM   #424 (permalink)
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Our local paper did a comparison thingy last night... Ye Olde Double Down isn't as bad as some others. I didn't thinkt he McChicken was worse than the Big Mac. But it is.
Within the last few years the McChicken has been popularized across the internet for being an integral part of the "McGangBang". The aptly named concoction consists of a McChicken wedged between the two meat patties in a double cheeseburger. Many youtube videos exist of people attempting, sometimes successfully, to order the sandwich at various McDonald's locations. In some areas, the McGangBang has entered the vocabulary of McDonald's employees and can be successfully ordered by name.

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Old 10-22-2010, 11:30 AM   #425 (permalink)
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all hail proletarian sandwiches! just make sure you never mention bourgeois tastes in this thread.
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Old 10-22-2010, 11:31 AM   #426 (permalink)
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Within the last few years the McChicken has been popularized across the internet for being an integral part of the "McGangBang". The aptly named concoction consists of a McChicken wedged between the two meat patties in a double cheeseburger. Many youtube videos exist of people attempting, sometimes successfully, to order the sandwich at various McDonald's locations. In some areas, the McGangBang has entered the vocabulary of McDonald's employees and can be successfully ordered by name.

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Why have I never heard of that?
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Old 10-22-2010, 12:35 PM   #427 (permalink)
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Why have I never heard of that?
I don't know, but the next time I'm drunk at the drive thru, I'm asking for a McGangBang.
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Old 10-22-2010, 12:44 PM   #428 (permalink)
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For those who deem themselves above the Double Down, I offer the similar, but very classy, chicken cordon bleu...

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Old 10-22-2010, 12:49 PM   #429 (permalink)
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Except a Cordon Bleu is traditionally made with ham that is not fried but cooked within the meat and the cheese is not processed but something more 'natural'.

Also, there is no 'mayo' with it, cutting your calorie content as well.

So while the ingredients may be the same it's not.
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Old 10-22-2010, 12:52 PM   #430 (permalink)
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Except a Cordon Bleu is traditionally made with ham that is not fried but cooked within the meat and the cheese is not processed but something more 'natural'.

Also, there is no 'mayo' with it, cutting your calorie content as well.

So while the ingredients may be the same it's not.
Yes, and that is why it's for higher class folk. We, the scum of society, are content to nibble on our deep fried mess.
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Yes, and that is why it's for higher class folk. We, the scum of society, are content to nibble on our deep fried mess.
Yes and that's why the cordon bleu is traditionally served in beer halls in Central and Eastern Europe right?

The problem with the double down is simple, it's all just processed food. There's no nutritional gain out of it.

And if you really want it, go out and make it yourself. At least that way you control what you're putting in there. Buy a piece of breast. Cut it up into 2. Fry it. By some some bacon and use a nice piece of cheese instead of something processed (gruyere or whatever) and then put a piece of lettuce and tomato (no mayo) and away you go. A better, fresher alternative that I guarantee will cut back on what the double down will do to you.
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Yes and that's why the cordon bleu is traditionally served in beer halls in Central and Eastern Europe right?

The problem with the double down is simple, it's all just processed food. There's no nutritional gain out of it.

And if you really want it, go out and make it yourself. At least that way you control what you're putting in there. Buy a piece of breast. Cut it up into 2. Fry it. By some some bacon and use a nice piece of cheese instead of something processed (gruyere or whatever) and then put a piece of lettuce and tomato (no mayo) and away you go. A better, fresher alternative that I guarantee will cut back on what the double down will do to you.
I was just being a smartass, but thank you.
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I was just being a smartass, but thank you.
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Old 10-22-2010, 02:24 PM   #434 (permalink)
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Having one tomorrow.

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Old 10-22-2010, 03:29 PM   #435 (permalink)
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I had a deep-fried twinkie once. Human beings are brilliant.
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Old 10-22-2010, 03:33 PM   #436 (permalink)
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Having one tomorrow.

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Only 550 calories? Seems a little low for that monstrosity, no?
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Only 550 calories? Seems a little low for that monstrosity, no?
that's what i thought.... shit, some quizno's subs get up around 2500 calories.
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that's what i thought.... shit, some quizno's subs get up around 2500 calories.
Isn't a Big Mac like 600 calories? This seems worse to me.
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Old 10-22-2010, 10:33 PM   #439 (permalink)
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It saddened me to read that Villa Madina's chicken shawarmas are over 1,000 calories.
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It saddened me to read that Villa Madina's chicken shawarmas are over 1,000 calories.
damn you just reminded me that I haven't eaten shwarma in over 2 months

Used to get it weekly from Tasty Shwarma at Pharmacy and Sheppard, guess i'm picking up some up tomorrow
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