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Best hangover cure ever. EVER!

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Kegger turned me onto those heading down to Barber last year. Never had them but love them now for a quick meal. 2 burrito's with 2 hash browns is my go to hang over meal.
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^^Yep! Load them up with that Hot Salsa...bammo.

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Bless you McDonalds.
you are talking about the cheapo ones right, not the ones with hashbrowns in them right?

The cheap ones are good, the other ones are just pointless. How am I supposed to put jelly on my hashbrown if its already in a tortilla shell?

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Kegger turned me onto those heading down to Barber last year. Never had them but love them now for a quick meal. 2 burrito's with 2 hash browns is my go to hang over meal.
McDonalds tastes the best when stolen from a Suburban full of highschool girls.
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you are talking about the cheapo ones right, not the ones with hashbrowns in them right?

The cheap ones are good, the other ones are just pointless. How am I supposed to put jelly on my hashbrown if its already in a tortilla shell?
The McSkillet Burrito (I think that's what it is called) is best saved for massive hangovers, that way you get hashbrowns on the side and in the burrito.

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you are talking about the cheapo ones right, not the ones with hashbrowns in them right?

The cheap ones are good, the other ones are just pointless. How am I supposed to put jelly on my hashbrown if its already in a tortilla shell?
Cheapo Burritos. ...and many of them.

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Poor whiteys haven't discovered a hot steaming bowl of pho yet.
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Poor whiteys haven't discovered a hot steaming bowl of pho yet.
Sounds like an awful idea to eat pho while driving to work in the morning

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McDonalds tastes the best when stolen from a Suburban full of highschool girls.



OMG dude I will never forget that. I didn't realize what happened till we where pulling out and I said man this bag is heavy. hahahhahaha
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you are talking about the cheapo ones right, not the ones with hashbrowns in them right?

The cheap ones are good, the other ones are just pointless. How am I supposed to put jelly on my hashbrown if its already in a tortilla shell?
Yes the cheap ones. the .99 ones
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Sounds like an awful idea to eat pho while driving to work in the morning
I didn't realize we were talking about breakfast on the go since it wasn't mentioned anywhere in the thread. For breakfast while driving I'd have to agree. Put a bunch of salsa in those cheap ones before you hit the road and you're good to go!
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Poor whiteys haven't discovered a hot steaming bowl of pho yet.
I still haven't tried pho. There hasn't been a 2wc pho outing in a long time. I won't go by myself because I have no clue what to order.
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I didn't realize we were talking about breakfast on the go since it wasn't mentioned anywhere in the thread. For breakfast while driving I'd have to agree. Put a bunch of salsa in those cheap ones before you hit the road and you're good to go!
I'm just assuming based on the time of the thread posted by Cerk that he's at work, hungover.

I need to try this magical pho as a hangover cure. I love it sober, but this cracka has no idea how to make it and is way too damn lazy to get up on the weekends to go get it

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OMG dude I will never forget that. I didn't realize what happened till we where pulling out and I said man this bag is heavy. hahahhahaha
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What the Pho are you guys talking about?

<---Mildly hung over...and I never turn down a free breakfast burrito

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Dude just smelling Pho makes me want to hurl. I can't beleive people eat that stuff. ugh.
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Every once in a while someone here in the office brings in a giant bag of like 30 breakfast burritos for everyone. I have such a hard time taking one. I'm relatively certain I could eat the entire bag if I really dedicated myself.

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I still haven't tried pho. There hasn't been a 2wc pho outing in a long time. I won't go by myself because I have no clue what to order.
Mao's mom used to make it for me all the time I'd go with you but in order to experience it you'd have to drink on the north side then sleep on the north side and then wake up and actually be able to get yourself to the restaurant because I sure as hell ain't carrying your big ass!

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I'm just assuming based on the time of the thread posted by Cerk that he's at work, hungover.

I need to try this magical pho as a hangover cure. I love it sober, but this cracka has no idea how to make it and is way too damn lazy to get up on the weekends to go get it
Who says you have to get up? Just have the woman go pick it up from the restaurant like I do when you're super hungover

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Dude just smelling Pho makes me want to hurl. I can't beleive people eat that stuff. ugh.
Yeah well you also haven't drank coffee for 39 years and now you like cappuccinos.
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WHITE CASTLE is the cure to the hangover before it happens... but Breakfast Burritos can be an ok post measure.

The sonic ones are not as good... tortilla drowns the rest of the grease.

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WHITE CASTLE is the cure to the hangover before it happens... but Breakfast Burritos can be an ok post measure.

The sonic ones are not as good... tortilla drowns the rest of the grease.
White Castle sausage, egg and cheese on toast is teh best breakfast sandwich ever.
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White Castle sausage, egg and cheese on toast is teh best breakfast sandwich ever.
The first time I ordered those I had no idea that they would be full size sandwiches so I ordered like 10 of them and the guy looked at me like I was crazy.
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Hang Over McDonalds Order:

-Sausage McMuffin w/ Egg Meal
-Large Coke
-2 Breakfast Burritos with Salsa
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Hang Over McDonalds Order:

-Sausage McMuffin w/ Egg Meal
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...and a nice seafood dinner.

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The first time I ordered those I had no idea that they would be full size sandwiches so I ordered like 10 of them and the guy looked at me like I was crazy.
So you eat Pho AND white castle, I think I like this guy.

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