Best FF Milkshake

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Re:Best FF Milkshake 2009/10/20 16:07:03 (permalink)
drpep

 I had a milkshake while eating inside the Wilson, NC Cook Out. I don't understand milkshakes so thick even Linda Lovelace could not get it thru the straw.

 I believe Mcdonald's does not call them milkshakes, just shakes I think.


I see some of the new Cook Out locations now have a seating area, They are rapidly expanding in N.C. .. So what did you think of the shake???They are a bit thick and a spoon is needed. They make a Cheerwine float that is pretty good IMHO.
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Re:Best FF Milkshake 2009/10/20 18:54:16 (permalink)
Coffee Shakes are the only ones that I enjoy.  So I do not go to places where they are not served.

Walt
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Re:Best FF Milkshake 2009/10/20 21:41:17 (permalink)
 The shake was okay when it finally melted enough to drink with a straw, which was about a half hour after I left the place. 
 I was suprised to see a sit down location for Cook Out. I'd seen a few in the Raleigh and Sanford area several years ago and wanted to try them but did not want to eat in the car on a hot humid day.
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Re:Best FF Milkshake 2009/10/20 22:48:10 (permalink)
waltpiii

Coffee Shakes are the only ones that I enjoy.  So I do not go to places where they are not served.

Walt


Wow! I haven't seen a post from you in a while. Nice to see you again.
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