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Major fast food chains are finding new ways to shave calories off their menu items, but one burger flipping franchise is going in the other direction. Jake's Wayback has made a towering burger with nine

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A diet version of the Quadruple Bypass Burger? Sign me up, wouldn't hurt to shave off a pound or three before summer.
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Pretty disgusting. I don't see how someone can eat that in one sitting and not be sick/dead afterwards. I've also never heard of this fast-food place before, so I guess I don't have to worry about seeing someone attempt to eat this thing.

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I'd have to take a couple of friends along, and a pack of buns.

Split 3 ways ... :s
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[quote name='Max Norris' timestamp='1360782306' post='595519732']
A diet version of the Quadruple Bypass Burger? Sign me up, wouldn't hurt to shave off a pound or three before summer.
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Thank you for putting the [url=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hqf_SIQ3JAk]Heart Attack Grill[/url] back in my mind. :p


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I love Jakes. Go there every Friday for lunch. Maybe I'll have to attempt this one day.

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FWIW, $12.99 for 9 patties is a pretty damn good deal. :laugh:
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Roughly equal to 4 double cheeseburgers? Easy mode.

Just not very healthy.

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[quote name='Hum' timestamp='1360782524' post='595519740']
I'd have to take a couple of friends along, and a pack of buns.

Split 3 ways ... :s
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Even if you add fries and drinks it comes out cheaper than 3 double burger meals

Holy crap! Didn't know there was one in my town, see you all later!!

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I want one!

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http://eatocracy.cnn.com/2013/02/13/heart-attack-grills-top-patron-dies-of-a-heart-attack/?hpt=ea_mid&hpt=hp_c2

'nuff said.

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[img]http://www.blogcdn.com/www.engadget.com/media/2009/10/22ng560734059.jpg[/img]
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seems rather small then what i expected the patties look small for american standards I could easily manage it .. i often eat a 1lb burger from my local without any trouble

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[quote name='SPEhosting' timestamp='1360800115' post='595520256']
seems rather small then what i expected the patties look small for american standards I could easily manage it .. i often eat a 1lb burger from my local without any trouble
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I read somewhere that this is 1.9 lbs, so almost double that ;)

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[quote name='-Razorfold' timestamp='1360800280' post='595520262']
I read somewhere that this is 1.9 lbs, so almost double that ;)
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still do able :p 2lbs... I want to go to america for a holiday at some point and try out some food challenges come back as big as a house

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I could buy one of those and eat for several days. :D

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[quote name='z0phi3l' timestamp='1360787572' post='595519864']
Even if you add fries and drinks it comes out cheaper than 3 double burger meals

Holy crap! Didn't know there was one in my town, see you all later!!
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Say hello to the nurses at the hospital. ;)

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^ Hopefully not, but he may be saying hello to the morgue if he eats all of that.

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They must put the burger in some sort of box -- it would surely fall over as is.

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Mmm, now I just want to go out and get me a big burger. I love burgers, well hamburger period is my favorite.

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[quote name='Hum' timestamp='1360805020' post='595520432']
They must put the burger in some sort of box -- it would surely fall over as is.
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Given the amount of meat I'm surprised they don't just cook the cow whole and stick a bun around it.

[img]http://i.imgur.com/oi5ad2X.jpg[/img]

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[quote name='Hum' timestamp='1360805020' post='595520432']
They must put the burger in some sort of box -- it would surely fall over as is.
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They skewer it.

There was a place down the street from me in college that had "challenge burgers", if you ate them you got your name on a plaque on the wall (at least, for the biggest ones): [b]Eagle's Challenge[/b]
5lbs of burger, 20pcs of bacon, 20pcs of american cheese, 5lbs of fries, 1 deli pickle, and a fountain soda.
[right]$59.99 [/right] [b]Paul Jones[/b]
4lbs of burger, 16pcs of american cheese, 5lbs of fries, 1 deli pickle, and a fountain soda.
[right]$49.99 [/right] [b]Reilly Burger[/b]
3lbs of burger, 12pcs of american cheese, 2lbs of fries, 1 deli pickle, and a fountain soda.
[right]$39.99 [/right] [b]Cowabunga[/b]
2lbs of burger, 8pcs of american cheese, 1/2lbs of fries, 1 deli pickle, and a fountain soda.
[right]$25.99 [/right] [b]Nick Lachey [/b]
1 1/2lbs of burger, 6pcs of swiss cheese, 6pcs of bacon, 1/2lbs of fries, and a fountain soda.

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Major fast food chains are finding new ways to shave calories off their menu items, but one burger flipping franchise is going in the other direction. Jake's Wayback has made a towering burger with nine

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