filed in Uncategorized on May.21, 2001
And the award for the funniest line of all time in a television commercial goes to…
Jack in the Box for:
“Jack, how do you know if you’re a lesbian?”
<Jack staring at her blankly>
LMAO. Is that really a commercial?????? I haven’t seen that one!!!! Did they really dare? Bwahahahaha!!!!
You know, I don’t think I’ve ever actually been in a Jack in the Box.
Thank the stars.
“Thank the Stars”?
That means you haven’t had a Triple Ultimate Cheeseburger with Bacon Cheddar Potato Wedges and an Oreo Shake!!! I could actually feel my arteries clogging!!!
That reminds me, go to Jack In The Box for lunch……..
The food is very good, but they’re on the higher end of the fast-food cost scale. The whole place is pretty funny, because there are quotes from Jack Box all over the place. On the soda fountain, “We don’t make it ’til you order it. Except the drinks, you can make those yourself.” On the paper bag, “Your free state-of-the-art fast-food transportation device.”
I’m not eating beef right now, and I miss the sourdough Jack very much.
Re: What the….?
Yeah, Jack in the Box commercials are great. It was Jack Box sitting with a group of teenagers to answer their questions and help them through life. Of course all the answers had to do with fast-food.
…LMAO…wow…i have GOT to find me one of those places..heh
Nice! Yes, Jack in the Box is sorta like god: he never fails us! Harhar.
I have a creeping fear of fast food. Anything called Triple or Ultimate, run away.
That’s crazy. All I ever heard about them was one getting closed around here for health code violations and some disease killing some people from one in middle america.
BTW Middle American fast food joints appear the same on the outside, but are much worse inside. EG: KFC advertising gizzards proudly.
I’m a vegetarian, I feel your pain. I’m digging some morningstar farms right now.
You’re vegitarian too, aren’t you?
After all those problems a few years ago, they made a bunch of changes. They are now always one of the highest rated whenever inspected.
I feel like I put my life in jeopardy every time I eat out. I always get so damn nervous.
What made you decide to become a vegitarian?
Actually, yes. But I do cheat on rare occation (special event or extreme brokeness left to resorting to ramen noodles)
No kiddin. I just remember those closings and whatnot. All fast food is only marginally save anyway
Maybe your question has an answer in being nervous about eating out. I think I originally felt that it was a good idea and it would be healthy to cut meat out of my diet. Then I stopped eating certain things slowly over time (I think originally beef and fish) and cut others out as bad experiences happened. I used to eat barbeque turkey sandwiches everyday for lunch at my old work. One day I bit into a bunch of grizzle and bone. Pretty well stopped eating it since. I also find I’m much healthier, no food poisoning, less risk, and I like the realities of not eating meat.
Basically, you can get everything and a healthy balanced diet and not eat meat, but it is (I think) slightly more expensive than the typical american meaty diet. Also, huge amounts of calories in grain are lost in feeding cattle to raise meat. I think the ratio is something like 10 to 1 or 10 to 2 – which means you could feed a lot of folks in these impoverished grain producing countries who are exporting their crops to mcdonalds for cattle. Its inefficient. And I read “The Jungle” … I can’t stand the mistreatment of workers in these plants and the animals they raise. I could go on. But I respect the right of everyone to eat whatever they please, otherwise, who’s to tell me I shouldn’t eat meat, you know?
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