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'Heart Attack Grill' restaurant in Arizona by ev on 18 June 2009 12:43pm
 
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/picturegalleries/picturesoftheday/5567430/Pictures-of-the-day-18-June-2009.html?image=13
 
Re: 'Heart Attack Grill' restaurant in Arizona by johnnythemonkey on 18 June 2009 12:47pm
 
Do you think Mikey Boy pops in there in his lunch break ?
" A Quadruple Bypass Meal please.....and make it large. Oh, and a Diet Coke. " :)


 
Re: 'Heart Attack Grill' restaurant in Arizona by tucsonmike on 18 June 2009 1:49pm
 
Can't eat like that anymore. Anyway, that place is up in Chandler. I am not driving four hours round trip for that.

Thanks for the post, Ev. It was funny.
 
Re: 'Heart Attack Grill' restaurant in Arizona by johnnythemonkey on 18 June 2009 1:52pm
 
You could cycle up there Mike and give the fries a miss. :)
 
Re: 'Heart Attack Grill' restaurant in Arizona by kazzzz on 18 June 2009 3:24pm
 
OMG that's awful!
 
Re: 'Heart Attack Grill' restaurant in Arizona by bIG bLOGGER on 18 June 2009 3:33pm
 
I wonder if this somewhat unusual sales pitch would catch on in MacDonalds?? What's the point of stuffing your colon full of meat and fat and grease and then ordering a 'Diet' Coke? ..Is that going to impress anybody?

I bet the hospital pathology departments are sick and tired of working on burger victims,and think of the national cost of all those heart-bypass ops...ughh,it just doesn't bear thinking about.
 
Re: 'Heart Attack Grill' restaurant in Arizona by Amaia on 18 June 2009 3:34pm
 
I agree with Kaz, looks awful...

I don't know if I'm more upset about the burgers or the girl's outrageous mini skirt (that stands for a work uniform).

...

The burgers.
 
Re: 'Heart Attack Grill' restaurant in Arizona by kazzzz on 18 June 2009 3:34pm
 
All that advertising campaign would do, surely, would be to make less people eat there. there is no WAY I would sit and eat a burger with a name like that ( I don't eat that sort of burgerry fast food anyway but if I DID I'd be less likely to go there.)
 
Re: 'Heart Attack Grill' restaurant in Arizona by bIG bLOGGER on 18 June 2009 4:32pm
 
Yep,but who says the Americans don't do irony!

Elvis Presley in 1976 started chartering flights in a private jet to his favourite restaurant The Colorado Mine Company in Denver Colorado,to have them prepare him a real whopper called Fool's Gold Loaf which was a hollowed out Italian warm loaf stuffed with 1 jar of peanut butter and 1lb of grape jelly and 1lb of bacon. It contained about a million calories and was sold at $49.50,or for $100 with a bottle of choice Dom Perignon.

...Elvis didn't even bother having the heart-bypass but went straight to the morgue instead.
 
Re: 'Heart Attack Grill' restaurant in Arizona by peripatetically on 18 June 2009 6:19pm
 
Oh, that looks like fun. Not the health of people who go overboard, but the photo and idea. I'm sure lots of people go there, if not just for the novelty of it. I'd buy a coke and fries!
 
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