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2 minutes ago, Numbheart said:

If you could close one fast food chain, due to disgusting food, what would you pick?

Honestly with how many issues with food poisoning they've had, Chipotle should be closed.

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Burger King

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I'm too in love with their veggie burger to close BK Steakhouse (what my nephew calls it..lol)

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If I were to close a fast food chain, it wouldn't be because the food was disgusting. It would be the one that tempts me most! Popeye's chicken - 'cause it's all about me, don'tcha know! Spicy fried chicken and red Beans & rice, yikes!

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On ‎06‎/‎21‎/‎2018 at 2:27 PM, Matt Z said:

Honestly with how many issues with food poisoning they've had, Chipotle should be closed.

I'll risk it all day long, I love chipotle!

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On 06/23/2018 at 10:05, AshAsh1 said:





I'll risk it all day long, I love chipotle!


Lol I’m right there with you!! I would risk it all

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1 hour ago, AshAsh1 said:

I'll risk it all day long, I love chipotle!

55 minutes ago, gully90 said:
1 hour ago, AshAsh1 said:




I'll risk it all day long, I love chipotle!

Lol I’m right there with you!! I would risk it all

Meh... Moe's is better, they actually have ground beef and, zero food poisoning issues. LOL

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Amen to MickeyD, on my hit list also Long ,John Silver's for greasy hushpuppie and fish even when peeled is slimy, Carl's Jr/Hardees, Ryans, I get diarrhea every time, Taco Bell and lastly, Ruby Tuesdays, granted they have salad bar but seldom straight salads and bring a credit card because they'll exhaust all your ready cash with their high prices. Oh almost forgot In and Out Burger, might as well eat Crico from a can as a burger there.

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1 minute ago, Frustr8 said:

Amen to MickeyD, on my hit list also Long ,John Silver's for greasy hushpuppie and fish even when peeled is slimy, Carl's Jr/Hardees, Ryans, I get diarrhea every time, Taco Bell and lastly, Ruby Tuesdays, granted they have salad bar but seldom straight salads and bring a credit card because they'll exhaust all your ready cash with their high prices. Oh almost forgot In and Out Burger, might as well eat Crico from a can as a burger there.

You can take the rest, but not my Taco Bell! I love their tacos, my absolute favorite!

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On 06/23/2018 at 11:36, Matt Z said:









06/23/2018 10:40 AM, gully90 said:





1 hour ago, AshAsh1 said:














I'll risk it all day long, I love chipotle!







Lol I’m right there with you!! I would risk it all






Meh... Moe's is better, they actually have ground beef and, zero food poisoning issues. LOL


I’ve only been to Moe’s once but Chipotle has Sofritas...mmmmm!

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I love chipotle. I had extreme diarrhea with their food one day, and then 2 days later I learned of the e.coli outbreak.

I stopped eating it for about 7 months and went back. It’s so good; especially their vinegarette dressing

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I still love fast food. Not only is it craveable and tasty, but it is invaluable for a quick meal. I’m just learning to make better choices.

@Frustr8 close In-n-Out??? That is sacrilege! Hamburger, Protein style with grilled onions, yum, and only 150 cals (I can only eat half)!

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