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McRIB is OFFICIALLY BACK, everyone!!

cupcake Oct 27, 2006 04:08 AM

Enjoy! Los Angeles has begun the horror of it all as of this week!

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    silence9 Oct 27, 2006 04:17 PM

    Well, alright! Once my larder of Tums is secured, I'm so there. Thanks...

    1. ipsedixit Oct 27, 2006 05:28 PM

      Have you ever taken a peek at a cold McRib sandwich after a night in the fridge?

      It's like staring at a 10 car pile-up on the 405 freeway on a Friday afternoon ... you know you shouldn't look, but you just can't help yourself.

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      1. re: ipsedixit
        rworange Oct 31, 2006 01:28 AM

        Now I must do that. Wow ... cold McRib ... the mind boggles at what that will taste like ... alas ... no sightings in the SF area yet.

      2. MSPD Oct 27, 2006 07:14 PM

        You realize this + the "all day breakfast at McD's" thread means some idiot (aka one of us) will attempt the first-ever construction and consumption of a "McRiddle" (McRib + McGriddle).

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        1. re: MSPD
          ipsedixit Oct 27, 2006 08:50 PM

          I'll volunteer.

          But it's gotta be a McRib + Egg McMuffin ...

          1. re: ipsedixit
            monkeyrotica Oct 31, 2006 05:02 PM

            Count me in, too.

            An "Egg McRubbin" sounds vaguely pornographic. Will it come with dippin sauce?

        2. Bad Sneakers Oct 31, 2006 12:09 AM

          Awww, it's not coming up to New England. :(

          1. blackbookali Oct 31, 2006 12:10 AM

            They used to serve Mc Rib at my high school cafeteria

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              bitsubeats Oct 31, 2006 03:24 AM

              oh my god, I got something very similar to this in highschool. It was served like Mcdonald's between two horrifying slices of bread (or a sub roll - I forget). I went to highschool in Maryland

              1. re: bitsubeats
                Hungry Celeste Oct 31, 2006 05:05 PM

                My cafeteria had these, too. Called "riblets"...ours were mostly chewy soy, vaguely shaped like rib tips.

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