This picture, taken at a Hardees in central Wisconsin, shows that the great American past time of taking two artery clogging foods and combining them into one is alive and well. Take that, terrorists!
As much as I deride this kind of thing I will be the first to admit that I would eat the shit out of this. It would be worth the shame and diarrhea.
As a great thinker once said, "Yum-O!"
For those on the go, a thick-diameter bubble tea straw is available upon request.
The Hardees in-house sommelier recommends pairing this dish with warm Hi-C and a dash of Sierra Mist.
With striking parallels to the invention of penicillin, a window was left open at Hardees HQ and a passing gravy fairy flew in and deposited a heaping slurry of steaming gravy onto an ordinary sausage, egg and biscuit.
The Kids Meal version comes with a free child-size medic alert bracelet.
The perfect choice for anyone who ever wanted to eat that shit the dude wakes up in inside the alien ship in Fire in the Sky.
A disclaimer on the package reads: “You ordered this on purpose, right? It’s not too late. Nevermind, it probably is. Go ahead.”
In the unlikely event that a diner fails to finish the meal, excess gravy can be used as caulking for bathrooms, kitchens and other high moisture environments.
This item took the blue ribbon in the Suspended Sausage Bits in Coagulated Animal Fats category at the Marion County state fair, narrowly beating out Dairy Queen’s ‘Wavy Gravy Blizzard (with sausage).’
It’s a great meal for a couple on a romantic date who will later play a game of, “Is it in? Feels like it might be in.”
Inexpensive, high-fat foods are only one of many reasons that explain the expanding waistlines of American eaters. The other reasons? Hollywood liberals.
Pregnant women should avoid contact with this food. They should also avoid getting impregnated by a man who would allow her to eat this.
Anybody who manages to eat 5 of these at one sitting will get a free t-shirt and their picture on the wall, as well as an instructional flip book from the 70s warning of the dangers of aerosol.
As an after-meal dessert, diners can order a “Loaded Snickers Bar”, which consists of a Snickers bar with another Snickers bar melted on top of it.