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2013/08/26 16:29:32 (permalink)

Cool review. LOL. Can you relate???/


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    bartl
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    Re:Cool review. LOL. Can you relate???/ 2013/08/26 17:14:46 (permalink)
    After the first minute, I turned on closed captioning with English subtitles. Didn't work, but made the review a lot funnier.
     
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    Re:Cool review. LOL. Can you relate???/ 2013/08/26 18:04:44 (permalink)
    Reminded me of my many experiences at Five Guys' first store - no seating, eat in the parking lot. 
     
    Even though our accents and diction are different, the "bottom line" is the same.
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    Re:Cool review. LOL. Can you relate???/ 2013/08/26 18:58:01 (permalink)
    I see a Food Network show in his future.
     
    Good find, chicken plucker!
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    Re:Cool review. LOL. Can you relate???/ 2013/08/26 19:44:50 (permalink)
    No picture, just some sort of sound -- I think it was a human voice speaking gibberish. But, gibberish fits, I guess, with Five Guys.
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    Re:Cool review. LOL. Can you relate???/ 2013/08/27 08:26:35 (permalink)
    Michael Hoffman

    No picture, just some sort of sound -- I think it was a human voice speaking gibberish. But, gibberish fits, I guess, with Five Guys.


    I'm waiting for his Waffle House review.
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    Re:Cool review. LOL. Can you relate???/ 2013/08/27 08:59:47 (permalink)
    Despite the "Detroit accent", this guy has it "going on".
     
    As I have posted elsewhere, the Dallas-based Mooyah chain ( www.mooyah.com ) was founded as a direct rip off of Five Guys a year or so before The Guys made it west of the Mississippi.
     
    But, there is no fooling this guy:
     

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    Re:Cool review. LOL. Can you relate???/ 2013/08/27 09:34:10 (permalink)
    He is most certainly entertaining.  And for better or worse, I could see this guy on tv.
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    Re:Cool review. LOL. Can you relate???/ 2013/08/27 10:12:46 (permalink)
    MetroplexJim

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    No picture, just some sort of sound -- I think it was a human voice speaking gibberish. But, gibberish fits, I guess, with Five Guys.


    I'm waiting for his Waffle House review.

     
    I look forward to the fine dining series.

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    Re:Cool review. LOL. Can you relate???/ 2013/08/27 14:14:32 (permalink)
    Looks like Travel Channel just beat Food Network to him.

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    Re:Cool review. LOL. Can you relate???/ 2013/08/27 17:55:46 (permalink)
    chickenplucker

    Looks like Travel Channel just beat Food Network to him.


    I leave the TV turned to food shows when my Wife is at work on the weekends and I'm in the kitchen prepping food or cooking. I saw 2 of his shows on carryout food and found them to be enjoyable. The food was interesting and he is very personable. He definitely has a leg up on a lot of cooking shows that are on a downhill path.
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    Re:Cool review. LOL. Can you relate???/ 2013/08/27 18:17:45 (permalink)
    Daym!  Daym!!  Daym!!!

    Well, good for him. 
    I'll set my DVR. 
    God Bless America!
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