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The Not So Secret Menu

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Now, truth be told, as far as local fast food burgers go, this -ister would much rather go to fatburger than In-N-Out (considering the constant line of cars at In-N-Out, you're not really "in" and "out" all that quickly anymore) so we don't have much cause to peruse the chain's website on a regularly basis. So, really we have no idea how long the secret menu has been hiding in plain sight right there. We'd just like to point out that if you feature the 4x4 and Animal Style options on your website, you can't really call them secret anymore.

Now, get out of our way while we go get a King King and Fat Fries (and maybe a Baby Fat but, shhh, don't tell our cardiologist) down the street.

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