The Drunk, Stoned, and Hungry thread

#1

Post your shame here.

Lil Toni’s, NoHo. Even the crispy pepperoni couldn’t save this shit. But I ate it all anyway.

Not pictured: strawberry/chocolate shake, large lemonade.

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Pizza Burger, Anyone?
August 2017 Weekend Rundown
#2

Deluxe artisan chicken sandwich from McDonalds on potato bun.

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#3

Because I’m a classy bitch.

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#4

The water for that ice better have come from an artesian well in San Bernardino. :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:

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#6

2 Double Doubles is some serious business!

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#8

You are so rad, @Ns1. I’m dying to see what everyone eats when the real restaurants close. :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:

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#9

Huh? At McDonalds???

The sandwich - Yes; the bun - not here!

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#10

If you’re asking if the potato bun is from McD then yes. As part of the “artisan” sandwich you can choose between sesame, artisan(brioche?), and potato.

IIRC Los Angeles is/was a pilot market for this.

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#11

I’ll have to check that out. I don’t go to McD’s often, but that bun might make a difference. I Googled their menu and the sandwich was there with their regular bun. No choices listed.

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#12

It is far, far, far superior to the regular sesame bun.

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#13

Does hangover food count? I gorged on a Five Guys Double Cheeseburger w/raw onions & fries last week.

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#14

I saw it on the menu at one in Seattle.

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#15

:fisttbump: if you recognize this on sight.

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#16

@Ns1 You should recognize it based on the plate alone…and the wrapped Polish dog to the left. Now I want a hot dog with kraut…perhaps tomorrow.

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#17

Well?

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#18

No fist bump for you.

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#19

Costco “pizza”, right?

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#20

The Costco by my son’s high school keeps a lot of the student body fed at bargain rates. The current remodel has temporarily nixed the food counter. Kids must be losing weight…

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#21

Ahhh… We don’t have a Costco near my 'hood.

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#22

Okay, by the light of the tv, I tore pieces off a half loaf of baguette and slathered them with sweet butter and then thought, “Oh, don’t I have some smoked oysters in the cupboard?!”

But I didn’t, I had a red can that looked like a sardine can full of not sardines, but excellent, yummy, fat little fillets of mysterious fish.

Japanese food in a can in the dark.

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