I_Am_Weasel: Not having any In-N-Outs nearby I honestly was expecting this to have something to do with a couple having sex in the drive-thru.And I'm a little troubled that I was disappointed to find out that I was wrong.
Iggie: "While the oven heated up, I started preparing the faux secret sauce, which included ketchup, mayonnaise, sweet pickle relish, sugar and distilled white vinegar."In other words, Thousand Island dressing?
BolloxReader: In Sight It Must Be Right. Steak & Shake has been showing Americans how to smash burgers for decades. Always on the grill, otherwise they would come pre-smashed from the factory.
mcmnky: I've never been to In n Out, but I've heard about "animal style." I did not know it was just thousand island dressing and grilled onions.
skyotter: Other articles by the writer are It Ain't Easy Boiling Water, It Ain't Easy Setting the Microwave to Defrost, and It Ain't Easy Refilling the Ice Cube Tray.
mrparks: Iggie: "While the oven heated up, I started preparing the faux secret sauce, which included ketchup, mayonnaise, sweet pickle relish, sugar and distilled white vinegar."In other words, Thousand Island dressing?Hence the "faux", braux.
blender61: Yeah, so what.FTFA "when it's come to cooking a complete meal (a freeken burger is not a comple meal), I've mostly taken a step back and helped chop onions (she didn't actually chop any onions. She only helped) . " a few days ago when I took full charge of making lunch from scratch"A full grown women. You get an "I adulted today merit badge" She proudly put a pic to the byline. You go girl!I'm torn between the :"because you got no skillz""who the fark cares"and the always popular "trillions of electrons died for this monument to self indulgent inanity". And for what? A farken cheeseburger.
Fursecution: That place must be doing something right. You never see "I made a fake Whopper" articles.