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(USA Today)   Ten dishes that you can't order at your local fast food joint, but are readily available at their overseas locations. Come for the KFC gouda shrimp-cutlet sandwich, stay for the Wendy's nacho fries   ( divider line
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2013-04-21 03:59:41 PM  
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MorePeasPlease: FTA:  You know what the problem is with American donuts? The complete lack of meat. How are we supposed to get our protein if our breakfasts only consist of chocolate or glazed donuts?

The local bakery here has a maple-glazed bacon-sprinkled donut bar that, when served warmed, is life changing.

All you people who are Ipressed with "maple bacon donuts" - have you never had pancakes with maple syrup and a side of bacon? You all seem mystified that some shiatty donut joint combined the tastes of maple syrup and bacon.
2013-04-21 03:55:06 PM  
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borg: We need the KFC durian milkshakes here in the states!

/you can find it in the bubble drink places in these parts.

Durian's horrible and most societies with any sense have banned them from public areas.
2013-04-21 03:48:56 PM  
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I can get nacho fries at the place across the street from my local Wendy's, so I'm OK.
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