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  1. cymast

     /  March 1, 2009

    Wow there’s like 2 things I would eat there.

  2. lefalcon

     /  March 1, 2009

    I think they’ve scaled back their offerings. They’re also extremely expensive. The Arby regular now retails at $2.89 or something. I’ve been to Arby a couple times recently, and I felt gross afterward. Maybe I ate too rapidly or too much, or it could have something to do with the nature of their food.

  3. cymast

     /  March 1, 2009

    Yeah, I always thought there was something a bit “off” about Arby’s . .

  4. acilius

     /  March 2, 2009

    I went to Arby’s last summer, I think it was June. I felt gross as soon as I saw the prices. It’s always been more expensive than a hamburger joint, but now they’ve gotten to a price level where they really should seat you and serve you on ceramic dishes.

    I’m still laughing at that picture!

  5. lefalcon

     /  March 2, 2009

    I agree that there’s something “off” about Arby. I just think their so-called “roast beef” is grotesque. Occasionally I feel like eating it, in spite of my better judgment. But, it’s .. “weird.”

    Their so-called “popcorn chicken” is an excellent product. It might not be especially good for a person’s health, if eaten too frequently. It’s like McNuggets … but not as highly processed.

  6. lefalcon

     /  March 4, 2009

    I can’t get over how well-designed Arby’s site is. But I guess it’s not surprising, given that they are corporate ad wizards. They used to have a product called “chicken fingers”: similar to the “popcorn chicken” described above, but they were larger in size, more like strips, rather than nuggets. I thought the chicken fingers were iconic. I was shocked to discover the other day that they just don’t have them anymore. Really shocked. Well, if you define “shocked” as noticing something for about half a second and then realizing you don’t really care that much and immediately starting to think about something else. I WAS SHOCKED!!

  7. cymast

     /  March 5, 2009

    I know the feeling.

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