Arby's "Meat Mountain" is exactly what it sounds like

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  1. Sofos

    Sofos СофоƆ

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    The $10 Meat Mountain from Arby's

    The “Meat Mountain,” as it’s called, will not be listed on the menu, but store associates will make it for customers who ask. The price is $10. For that, you get a bun and, from the bottom up:

    2 chicken tenders
    1.5 oz. of roast turkey
    1.5 oz. of ham
    1 slice of Swiss cheese
    1.5 oz. of corned beef
    1.5 oz. brisket
    1.5 oz. of Angus steak
    1 slice of cheddar cheese
    1.5 oz. roast beef
    3 half-strips of bacon

    Arby’s says the Meat Mountain is so tall that it won’t fit into the traditional clamshell packaging. So if you dare to scale the Mountain, it will come wrapped in paper.

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    'Murica!
     
  3. asher

    asher So Did We

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    Not enough bacon.
     
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    Mordacain 1-watt brigadier

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    Not enough cheese either...you at least need to maintain a 3:1 ratio of meat to cheese.:nono:
     
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    Seriously? I went to Arby's for lunch today and I could have ordered this? :wallbash:
     
  6. Grindspine

    Grindspine likes pointy things

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    ...So glad I gave up eating red meat... Yich..! :barf:
     
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    JD27 ESP Cult Member

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    I know nothing good could come of it, but I have a sick desire to try one.
     
  8. Noxon

    Noxon Is a Lurker

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    I thought I saw this sandwich on Dr. Oz's show the other day about what to eat to live a long, healthy, and happy life...
     
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    Well I'm pretty sure it will cause happiness, not so sure about the long and healthy part.
     
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    Dr. Oz is sponsored by Arby's now. He recommends this sandwich as part of a regular healthy diet.
     
  11. cwhitey2

    cwhitey2 BlackendCrust Metal™

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    I'm going to try and get one tomorrow! Ill let you guys know how i make out :barf: :lol::lol::lol:
     
  12. asher

    asher So Did We

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    :fullofit:
     
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    Make sure to wash it down with onion rings.
     
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    cwhitey2 BlackendCrust Metal™

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    I'll probably be doing both! :lol::lol::lol:
     
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    Can I get it with a side of melted butter for my fries?
     
  16. tacotiklah

    tacotiklah I am Denko (´・ω・`)

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    Okay, I'm mad at SSO now because I'm trying so hard to keep to my diet and knowing me, I will break it solely for the purpose of trying this once just to experience it. Fml. :lol:
     
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    The food wasted in America every year is enough to satisfy the hunger of millions of starving people and save so many lives... American eating habits are just sad :noplease:
     
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  18. MikeH

    MikeH Bring the gain

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    I highly doubt anyone habitually eats things like this. It's more of a challenge. Honestly, I want to try it.
     
  19. JoshuaVonFlash

    JoshuaVonFlash SSBRO.org regular

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    This reads like a troll comment on a How To Basic video.
     
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  20. gunshow86de

    gunshow86de Beef Jerky Time

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    All that cured meat, you must be getting a week's worth of sodium.

    I'd eat it. :yum:
     

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