I posted this at Facebook earlier today. But it’s so right up our alley, I decided to feature it here as well. I went through the list, answered honestly, and came up with a grand total of 94 — out of 230. Of course, many of the places are NOT fast food. Like Cracker Barrel and Red Lobster. Wot up with that?
In any case, let’s compare. Just click on the graphic above to get started. The restaurants get more and more obscure and regional as the list continues. By the end, I started to believe they were just making them up.
What’s your final number? Someone at Facebook said they’d been to 119. Sweet sainted mother of Babs Johnson! We’ll need your full report in the comments section below.
And I’ll see you guys next time.
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65! i’m so proud.
Milissa "My B-day is your Wedding Anniversary" Sampson says
102 – I should be embarrassed!
Phantom Railfan says
62. A little surprised considering all the crap I eat.
Howard Johnson's got his hojo workin' on me says
62. Less than I’da thought. Some o’ them places been closed a loooong time!
107 but none in the past two years
97 but I travel for work on occasion and I am old.
114 and counting.
92 for me and it turns my stomach to think of about half of them…
I question whether some of these places are still open?
These also need to be classified in a sliding scale
Of degree of digestional explosion is attained at
lori from cbus says
91…92 if you count eating marie callendars from the grocery store and 93 since they left out Raisin Canes chicken fingers. That there is crack chicken and my current fav.
Being in the USAF during 1987-1992, i ate alot of WhataBurgers in Ft walton beach.. better than the mess hall..
Perkins is still hangin on here in Cbus.. just like a big boys nothing special..
John Smith says
I think I’m gonna as for my subscription $ back on this site.
119 – that was me. For a variety of reasons that I will summarize here: 1: My dad was a truck driver and I traveled with him a lot as a kid. 2: My mom ran a Burger King for 13 years so I got tired of that and “experimented” with many other varieties. 3. I’ve lived in multiple places with different brands to choose from. 4. I travel all over the US and occasionally Europe for my job so eating on the run is something I’ve perfected. 5. At one point I had complete disregard for health, vegetables, or low blood pressure. I hope that helps explain the ridiculousness…