Reviewbrah dropped a 9.2/10 review today:
The place was In-N-Out.
What do you think, /CK/?
Have you ever tried the Double Double?
Is it as good as he says?
I have tried the double double and it is the recommended burger for non-Californians to try In-n-Out. Should also get some Animal style fries and you got yourself the In-n-Out experience. Don't go for the grilled onions because you get much less onions.
>gives a thumb up after taking a bite from a slice of dominos.
Who the fuck is this guy!
They're fresh yeah, but they make me think i'm eating salted match sticks. No flavor, dry, either way under cooked or way over cooked. I've never eaten the fries and thought they were good.
Seems thats normal, either people think they're the best, or the worst fries ever.
God man, if I ever win the lotto I'd buy this guy a mansion and a private chauffeur just so he could continue reviewing fast food
I'd make him the goddamn batman of youtube reviewers
gotta get double double animal style, extra grilled onion, and chopped chilies
i live in california and i cant say in n out is overhyped. having said that its good as shit. i just know people that go all the time and say its the best thing ever. its great but not the best in the world. but like review brah said, for the price its unlikely you wont find anything better
Is this more your style? Style and fit are two different things, you ignorant teenager.
His suits are always one or two sizes too big for him. It's just the fact of the matter here anonbrah..
>one or two sizes
>fact of the matter
No. Suits don't come in small/medium/large/extra large, like your piss stained sweatshirts. Ideal shoulder padding, lapel style, and sleeve width varied depending on the time period.
Size is based on intended fit based on a generic chest measurement of a generic body type. A loose fitting suit can have larger proportions than a tight fitting suit even though they are labeled as being for the same body size. That is how style works. The designer has an idea of how it should fit, and assigns the appropriate number. Unlike with your mother's dresses that you put on when she's away at work, men's jackets are not plagued with the vanity sizing problem, so we can pretty much rely on them.
The FACT is, his suit fits adequately for a cheap off the rack suit. You have a problem with the style because you have never seen something like that before. Go rent some action films from the 80s, all the bad guys wear shoulder pads like that, and even some of the good guys. They tend to look a little nicer because the actors have broader shoulders, carry themselves more confidently, and have professional costume designers unlike review brah who just asked them to chop a few inches off the sleeves. But the basic proportions are similar.
Additionally, please refrain from ever discussing suit fit again.
My dad actually did wear suits when I was younger (he's retired now), which is why I'm not as clueless as you about the history of suits. But he's a different size and shape than me, largely because I lift and train obsessively, so his stuff wouldn't fit me even if I wanted to wear it.
Your dad impregnated your mother when they were both in high school, which is why your idea of suits is based on k-pop videos and not real people. The only suit you've seen on a real person was the child protective services officer who your parents trained you to lie to. Hence why you have unhappy feelings towards normal suits, and you think everything should look like a spandex joke suit from Ali Express.
Most people are different shapes and sizes hence why tailors exist. I work in London and need to wear a suit everyday for work. I understand what you mean about styles of suits from different time periods but to say that his suit isn't ill fitting is just wrong. Nice projection though
>Most people are different shapes and sizes hence why tailors exist.
I see we have an internet expert here, how many /fa/ threads have you blessed with your wisdom?
>I work in London and need to wear a suit everyday for work
What's it like driving for Uber?
Let me give you some advice that might come in handy when you decide to actually do this thing you keep telling people on /fa/ to do: You cannot, ever, make a ready to wear suit fit if it wasn't the right size to begin with. You can bark at the tailor all you want, eventually they will tell you you're being unreasonable. Borderline cases can be fixed for hundreds of dollars of work, and for what? Your suit will still look a little bit "off" in the best case. Even if it started off at the right size, sometimes it still doesn't fit quite right because individuals rarely match the generic template perfectly. That's why people pay for MTM and bespoke.
The reason you are used to the absence of slack as being a defining feature of a suit that "fits" is that stretch fabrics are fairly common in unconstructed fast-fashion suits. In a normal business suit, there is always some room for movement, because the fabric doesn't stretch. Yes, even in a comparatively trim 2016 business suit.
I went to a Red Mill recently and it was shit. Might have been management or something the place was obviously arranged to sell overpriced mixed drinks. The burger wasn't even good as Five Guys for about the same price.
>In & Out
Never had it
In my town but too expensive so never had it
Even Wendy's is better.
>mfw all this offtopic shitposting
This thread is about suits, are you guys lost?
>"If you heard that and were wondering what it was, it was just a loud car going by."
why clarify that
It's alright. I grew up in California and ate there a ton and thought it was the best fast food burger ever. I then moved to Texas for college. When I went back to California for Christmas break, I had it first thing off the plane and it wasn't as good as I remember. I prefer Whataburger now.
It is a restaurant that uses very basic ingredients you can buy at any grocery store, they are not extraordinary ingredients. The cooking methods are very basic and what a person can do at home who possesses a modicum of cooking skills. All ingredients used are whole base level ingredients. Im not sure if many herbs/spices are used, if any. There is nothing about the food or the way that its prepared which would give it a flavor or taste differing from what is described above, and it does not posses a flavor or taste which differs from what is described above.
I hate to hurt anyones feelings but In-N-Out seems to be one of those ordeals, for whatever reason, that have a great deal of hive mentality and social logic tied into its rants and raves. Its seems to be easy to praise and easy to hurt the feelings of its appraisers, therefore exists little criticism/truth, just like political correctness. I have trouble understanding it any other way... maybe im wrong..
>I demand answers!
/ck/ has a single mod which will arbitrarily ban threads while getting rich from his shill income flow hence why we get so many mcdonalds and fast food threads and certain youtubes are allowed but some aren't. I fucking swear we need new mods for this board
I've never watched Joey but I'm going to give my opinion anyway: Reviewbrah is calm and reserved and requires a high attention span to watch, while Joey is probably the review equivalent of junk food. Also, half the posts in Joey threads(though again I'm just guessing) are likely just "HAHA HE'S FAAAAT" like in Simply Sara threads, while Revewbrah is skinny. I guess a combination of those two means that there's naturally going to be a much higher concentration of outright worthless posts in Joey threads, which is USUALLY the reason seemingly on-topic threads get deleted anywhere.
Who cares about this meme fag when Vintage Joey is back?
>hurr reviewbrah is cool
Fuck you pleb. When Joey hits it, he's patrictian tier food reviewing.
I like both but prefer Whataburger. But I get so much more pumped about In N Out because I live nowhere near one, it's been years since I had it. tbqh they are both overhyped compared to a really good burger. They're both just top notch fast food. Whataburger is more filling, has more options, and usually tastes better. In N Out is the very best fast food you can buy at that price point and the limited options are liberating. I also really like the controversial fries.
No. Burgers are supposed to be affordable, standard fare. A premium burger on a menu is cool, fast casual or partial-service places having an egregiously expensive standard burger is dumb.
In-N-Out is a shit company nowadays. Anyone who says otherwise obviously hasn't eaten there in a decade since they changed management from the original owner, to his cost cutting children.
Go eat at the Habit, that shit has the best possible fast food burger you could get for price/taste ratio, and the lines aren't half an hour long like In-N-Out has because of the shitty "classic california" hype.
That, or try any other gourmet burger restaurant. They're popping up every day
You're right. In-N-Out doesn't use fancy cooking techniques or complex ingredients, but the burgers are fresh and you can get a Double-Double for less than $5.
If you bought everything yourself you would have to store the leftovers unless you are feeding a family. You would also have to clean up afterwards.
I have made burgers at home for parties, but if I only want one for myself it's better to go to a decent burger joint.
I agree that The Habit is much better. I haven't been to In-N-Out in a year or so because of the lines, but I would still choose it over places like McDonald's, Carl's Jr., or Wendy's. The Habit doesn't have a drive-thru, either, so that gives In-N-Out an advantage. I'd rather wait for a Habit burger instead, however.
The Habit is great. But if we're comparing the basics, a double double still beats a double char w/ cheese on taste.
but add in avocado and bacon and get a side of onion rings - and it's a different game altogether.
/int/ meme that blew up after some Irishfag remarked a girl in a QT thread had 'a bit too much ass' or something and he got BTFO over it. saw a cap once of the post in question (and the 10 million replies) and it was quite epic
First they came for the fast food advertising threads, but I did not speak up because I did not represent a fast food franchise.
Then they came for the Joey threads, but I did not speak up because I was not a broey.
Then they came for the Jack threads, but I did not speak up because I never Ja/ck/ it.
Then they came for me—and there was no one left to speak for me.
I've always thought that as well, but I've been afraid to bring it up
>Went to Cali once
>Flew in with a horrible opiate withdrawal
>Didn't eat all day, so I forced myself to down an animal style burger and fries
>Threw it all up right after, couldn't even reach the bathroom, blew chunks all over the floor
>Can't ever eat or look at animal style without thinking of that
Got clean a year after that and going 1 year strong now, I guess it was a positive experience
He probably made enough money through views for it to be profitable for him. The In-n-Out review is sort of a climax for his time as a fast food reviewer. It's like a mountain climber and 14 highest peaks. He's now on a quest to conquer all the big names.