Americans Don't Have a Gluttony Monopoly!

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MiamiDon
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Americans Don't Have a Gluttony Monopoly! - Mon, 04/18/11 1:20 PM

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Re:Americans Don't Have a Gluttony Monopoly! - Mon, 04/18/11 2:39 PM
MiamiDon


Burger King Monster Burger in Japan



Monster Burger kills Godzilla...coming soon!


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Re:Americans Don't Have a Gluttony Monopoly! - Mon, 04/18/11 2:45 PM
Looks good, except for the lettuce, tomato, onion and bacon.

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Re:Americans Don't Have a Gluttony Monopoly! - Mon, 04/18/11 2:51 PM
*books international flight*

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Re:Americans Don't Have a Gluttony Monopoly! - Mon, 04/18/11 3:43 PM
The Ebi Filet-O (McDonald's breaded shrimp patty on a bun) mentioned in the article sounds far more interesting to me. 
 
In fact, this article (and pictures) below of McDonald's food available only in foreign countries has quite a few items that I would like to try:
http://www.buzzfeed.com/gavon/45-mcdonalds-items-not-available-in-the-us-that
 
Of course, the U.S. still tops the unhealthy drink list with Cold Stone's PB&C 2000 calorie milkshake (chocolate ice cream, milk & peanut butter)