Thursday, April 22, 2010
Isn't there something written about this in the bible or Nostradamus' predictions? Where the four horsemen of the apocalypse ride in to town with double chicken breast, bread replacement sandwiches?! Who ok'd this? People think that this is ok to eat because... They tell us its ok. We're all getting hot dogged. We embrace debauchery, Conan The Barbarian is governor. . We're just letting it happen too (Berlin 1936.) Whats next, chocolate chip chicken... Oh well, who wants a McRib?
Friday, April 2, 2010
One of the seven wonders of the world is in the OC. Its called Lee's sandwiches. They serve half baguette sized vietnamese sandwiches for $2.50. The sandwiches aren't that amazing but the fact that they are $2.50 truly is. They also have spring rolls for the same price. Bring five bucks and eat like your the last king of scotland.
Chris And Pitt's BBQ
The name says it all my friends. This place truly is "the pits." But if yer in yonder OC and you want some fanger lickin' good BBQ cheeiicken saaandwiches. Than looketh no further yalls. Chris and Pitt's of Anaheim is HERE... there are no windows and I had to photoshop these pictures to liven them up.
But their barbecue sauce is pretty darn good and that makes the chicken sandwich. Just looking at the picture makes me want to keel over and do a somersault in my own throw up. Respect the chicken sandwich.
Thursday, April 1, 2010
You may be thinking to yourself "What the fuck?! Burgers aren't sandwiches. What the heck are burgers doing on the sandwich bl...." Sometimes in life you have to take sides on what you believe in. Burgers are in fact sandwiches, albeit the fat, black sheep uncles of the sandwich family. When one thinks of sandwiches, burgers don't immediately come to mind. But if you still have doubts about burgers being sandwiches, please refer to the packaging of oreo cookies. It says "creme filled sandwiches." And by golly, if oreos are sandwiches than burgers are too dag nabbit. On a side note, have you ever noticed that oreos have little flowers printed on them? wierd.
In the early 90s, the whole nation learned what Fatburger was because of Ice Cube's ballad "Today was a good day." I've been in California for close to five years and never never had one. My first one was today and it really tipped the scales... on the sandwich v burger debate. I got thing to go and the bread wasnt soggy, even with an ungodly amount of ingredients. They even ask you what condiments you want on it. The hype is true my friends. They've recently been opening up new franchises in Arizona, Texas, the middle east and asia. These guys clearly don't half step.