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    O.T. How to throw a Penn State Hissy

    Want fries with your disorder?
    It has been postulated before that they're putting addictive chemicals in fast food. I didn't believe it, but now I'm not so sure. Here's why:
    A Pennsylvania man became so enraged when his local Burger King restaurant ran out of French fries that he flipped out and ended up in jail. According to the Associated Press, the man became so irate when the drive-thru clerk informed him of the shortage that he parked his truck and entered the restaurant to cuss out the staff. But that's not all…
    After saying his peace (but obviously not making it), he gunned his truck and nearly ran over one of the Burger King staffers who followed him outside to take down his license number! As if that weren't enough of a reaction, he then scuffled with police and kicked out the rear window of the squad car after being pulled over a short distance from the restaurant.
    Needless to say, the man ended up in the klink to cool off and figure out how he was going to raise $2,500 bail after being charged with assault, reckless endangerment, and other crimes. Talk about going off the deep fried deep end!


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    Re: O.T. How to throw a Penn State Hissy

    Police brutality was fully warranted here. I would have looked the other way.



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    Re: O.T. How to throw a Penn State Hissy

    I can understand if they were some tasty curly fries, but Burger King's?
    Dude needs to chill.



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    Re: O.T. How to throw a Penn State Hissy

    What part of PA is this? My wife is from PA and I love to give her crap when we see stuff like this.



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    Re: O.T. How to throw a Penn State Hissy

    Quote Originally Posted by SuperCy View Post
    What part of PA is this? My wife is from PA and I love to give her crap when we see stuff like this.
    Then you may like this...

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    Re: O.T. How to throw a Penn State Hissy

    I've mentioned that. Her comeback was, "I'm from the Pittsburgh area." OK.
    Plus, it's not like I was actually going to call my wife ugly.



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    Re: O.T. How to throw a Penn State Hissy

    Can we finally all agree that fast food companies DO use addictive ingredients? They are:

    1. beef
    2. American cheese
    3. potatoes
    4. frying oil
    5. sugar


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    Re: O.T. How to throw a Penn State Hissy

    Quote Originally Posted by jdoggivjc View Post
    Can we finally all agree that fast food companies DO use addictive ingredients? They are:

    1. beef
    2. American cheese
    3. potatoes
    4. frying oil
    5. sugar

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