Gluttony Night

Just saw this article on BoingBoing about eating a 100 patty In-N-Out Burger.

Check out the picture:

This brought back fond memories of "Gluttony Night" - when a bunch of guys from my dorm decided to do an eating marathon of our favorite junk food dives. Let me see if I remember:

6 Inches of Subway sub
3 Tacos from Tacos Mexicos
1 Chili Cheese Burger from Tommy's
1 Chili Cheese Fries from Tommy's
1 Gigantic Cinnamon Roll from Donut Man
1 Double double from In-N-Out

Boys - you know who you are - am I missing anything? I remember lying in bed that night feeling heat pouring off of my body as it tried to cope with all of the calories. Those were the days...

Also, I think BoingBoing doesn't give proper respect to In-N-Out. In-N-Out deserves a lot of praise for always using fresh ingredients, paying their workers a living wage, and for making cool t-shirts.


Looks like I was wrong. Despite many In-N-Out adventures, and even a birthday party where the "cake" was an In-N-Out 4x4 with candles, In-N-Out played no role in Gluttony night. Thanks to Adam and the Juice for clearing this up. Instead we had chili cheese fries along with our chili cheese burgers at Tommy's - what was I thinking you don't visit Tommy's without getting the chili cheese fries!

4 Response to Gluttony Night

  1. Adam says:

    Okay, I don't think we did In n Out that night. I just remember Subway to Tacos Mexico to Tommy's (where we ate both fries and burger, not just burger) to Donut man.

    I also remember lying on the floor in your and Justin's dorm room, thinking that if I closed my eyes I might never wake up again.

  2. The Juice says:

    There was no In N Out, but there were chili cheese fries at Tommy's to go with the chili cheeseburgers. I remember sitting on the couch for hours afterward, thinking if I moved in the slightest bit I was going to puke all over the place.

    If I remember correctly, that night--as with many other events that year--was chauffered by Trevor in his mini-van. Say what you will about the soccer mom stylings of the Chrysler Town & Country, but it was damn handy for carrying a bunch of us around and I for one stand behind it.

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  4. Mary says:

    So interesting site, thanks!

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