Tuesday, August 11, 2009

Did any other Provo/Orem peeps notice this?

Driving to the book store today (I could LIVE in book stores even wrestling my 2 wild children) I saw this sign... (across from University Mall, in the Outback/Barnes & Noble parking lot)
My sis-in-law, ever knowing my love for these burgers, texted me the other day about it. But I wasn't sure until I saw for myself.

Now, the question is...

Do I love these burgers because I get them so rarely? Will they loose their "yumminess factor" because I can have them more often?

I think not, but only time will tell.


Ashley said...

In all the places we lived in California we lived within walking distance of an In-n-out. I loved their burgers until I was pregnant with Rae and puked after eating one. I never liked their fries. BUT, the SHAKES! Oh, the shakes! The worse thing for my fatness was when I found out you could order a LARGE size and make it half chocolate half strawberry. In Davis I would walk there to try and justify the calories :)

Debbie said...

My hubby said he saw this sign. How did I miss it? Crazy. You know I haven't had one of those in like 10 years plus and I was looking forward to getting on this Nov when we go to CA via St George. Now I can have one way more than that.

kaitlin said...

this is BIG NEWS.
holy cow!
but thats a good point about the being able to eat there all the time thing...will i still love it as much?
i'm pretty sure that yes i will.

Mike Kessler said...

When I lived in California for several months in 1997, I couldn't pass an In-N-Out Burger without stopping. My sisters have lived near them for over 20 years and still go crazy for them. Even Skylar, my vegetarian niece, goes to In-N-Out regularly. Take Ashley's words as a warning: Don't go near In-N-Out when pregnant! But I think that's the only thing that will keep you away.
P.S. I'm jealous. The closest In-N-Out to us is hours away in Reading, California.

::anelieze castrejon:: said...

wow, that's pretty cool. it's about time! haha. and, in my opinion, in-n-out gets better the more times you have it. i should know; it's like 5 miles from my house :)

April Carter said...

I am happy for you, but sad that when you come to Paradise it wont be a treat anymore. Problem with those shakes is...they are about 800 cal. each. GRRRR!

tom + lisa said...

i sense a resurgence of the krispy kreme 3 hour lines when this blessed franchise comes to p-town.

my guess is you will still love them :)