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  1. ROC

    ROC lets have a beer

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    Besides scripture on the bottom of their cups, what makes every In-N-Out place unique?

    Should be easy.


    Next.:D
     
  2. Jefftowz

    Jefftowz Formerly Old School Ultra

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    The palm tree's?
     
  3. ROC

    ROC lets have a beer

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    Yep, and what do they represent?

    BTW, I'd eaten at In-n-outs for years and just learned about the palm trees two years ago.:confused:
     
  4. TPC

    TPC Wrenching Dad

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    Jerusalem
     
  5. TPC

    TPC Wrenching Dad

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    What's the name of the Graveyard in Spongebob?
     
  6. ROC

    ROC lets have a beer

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    Damn. My daughters sleepin, or I'd ask her. Right on the tip of my toungue
     
  7. Jefftowz

    Jefftowz Formerly Old School Ultra

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    Matching In-N-Out's California-inspired palm tree theme, palm trees are sometimes planted to form a cross shape in front of the stores. This is an allusion to founder Harry Snyder's favorite movie, Stanley Kramer's It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World in which individuals look for a hidden treasure and find it under "the big W" made by four palm trees, with the middle two forming an 'X'.
    :beer
     
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    Jefftowz Formerly Old School Ultra

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    In-N-Out prints discreet references to Bible verses on their paper utensils. The print is small and out of the way, and only contains the book, chapter and verse numbers, not the actual text of the passages. The practice began in the 1980s during Rich Snyder's presidency,[23] a reflection of the beliefs held by the Snyder family:

    Burger and cheeseburger wrappers
    Revelation 3:20—"Behold, I stand at the door, and knock: if any man hear My voice, and open the door, I will come in to him, and will dine with him, and he with Me."
    Beverage cups and antenna toppers
    John 3:16—"For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life."
    Milkshake cups
    Proverbs 3:5—"Trust in the LORD with all thine heart; and lean not unto thine own understanding."
    Double-Double wrapper
    Nahum 1:7—"The LORD is good, a strong hold in the day of trouble; and he knoweth them that trust in him."
    Paper water cups
    John 14:6—"Jesus saith unto him, I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the Father, but by me."
     
  9. OCMerrill

    OCMerrill All in...

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    I know of several In and Outs where this "X" is grown. I only found out about Synders love for that great movie and the treasure deal a couple months ago.

    I have know about the secret menu all my life though. :D

    3x3 animal style, Animal cheese Fries, with a Neo Shake, Be hungry. :D
     
  10. Jefftowz

    Jefftowz Formerly Old School Ultra

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    I'm getting hungry.....:D
     
  11. Ryphraph

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    Flying Dutchman's Graveyard...

    Ryph
     
  12. TPC

    TPC Wrenching Dad

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    You can get that movie in the orig full length version.
    It was filmed in 3 camera Cinerama and one can see the blend marks on the screen.
    I'm guessing it was filmed on Hy 164 Cal Neva to Searchlite, and part of the old pre I15 highway to Las Vegas, and Route 66 east of Oatman.

    I would wager Hallet Dave or BoatCop would know.
     
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    Floaters Cemetery.

    What is Squidwords last name?
     
  14. Ryphraph

    Ryphraph Well-Known Member

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    Tentacles?

    Ryph
     
  15. TPC

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    You are correct.

    Where does Mr Crab keep the secret Crabby Patty formula?
     
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    ROC lets have a beer

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    LOL, it's been a while for me. I haven't got a clue.


    How 'bout..............Second to "mass", what is the most popular activity in U.S. Catholic churches?
     
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    Her454 Well-Known Member

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    I never knew that, was one of my favorites movies as a kid. :D
     
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    "Pin The Robe On The Pope"?:confused:
     
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    Jimmy Durante:

    "It's unda da big W".:D
     
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    Cigalert Banned

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    Do you mean Eugene H. Krabs?
     
  21. TPC

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    Yes.
    Where does he keep the secret formula recipe?
     
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    OK, enough of the sponge bob trivia. Tell us more about the secret In and out menu. I have always known it exists, but what can you get?
     
  23. TPC

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    They have always offered off the menu items:

    4 X 4
    4 X 4 animal style
    Animal style fries
    Animal style grilled chese
    Lettuce burger (no bun)
    6 X 6
    6 X 6 Animal style
    All kinds of 3 x 4 's 3 x 3's ect which translate to more cheese or meat.

    A neopolitan is a chocolate vanilla swirl shake.

    Their T shirts were collectable because each In n Out location had that specific locations name on them.
    That ended after the tragic incident, and no one collects their T's anymore.
     
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  24. gigamurph

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    Here is a most excellent site dealin' with the "secret menu".....
    http://www.badmouth.net/in-n-outs-secret-menu/ :thumbsup

    How's 'bout somesbody goes outs an' orders up a "100X100" an' posts a pic? da gig? No can do! Not enough cash and cholesteral is already too high!
     
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    Now I'm hungery...
    :drool
     
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    Whats a Neo shake, is that for Neopolitan and they mix all three flavors? Yum! :drool
     
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    In-n-out still doesn't hold a candle to the Krusty Krab!

    Ryph
     
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    I ate a 12x12 animal style with fries and a large coke easy ice .
    It was the best 7 inches of meat I've ever eaten :smackhead
     
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    Yep. :D My kids flip out when we order off the menu.
     
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    You can't get anything more then a 4x4 now...:eek:

    :D
     
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    Dude
     
  32. shreve"T"

    shreve"T" Ex-So Cal.

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    It was the best 7 inches of meat I've ever eaten :smackhead[/QUOTE]



    I hope you hav'nt called in sick today !!!!:eek:
     

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