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Old 09-12-2017, 06:21 AM   #51
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Sounds like you guys didnt use enough malt vinager on your fish.
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Old 09-12-2017, 06:32 AM   #52
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Haters gonna hate. I could care less about a twinkie, but you give me some LJS chicken or fish and I'll be good to go. Sorry about all your sissy stomachs. Ask your wife for some Midol.
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Last time I ate that nasty stuff was 15 years or so ago. Felt like I had been kicked in the guts by a mule for 2 days.

Don't care if I ever eat LJS again
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Does this deal apply to the family meals? My granddaughter has a tougher stomach than you bunch of wimps!
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Old 09-12-2017, 08:13 AM   #56
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Old 09-12-2017, 08:18 AM   #57
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Old 09-12-2017, 08:59 AM   #58
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It's fish, not a bird.













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Everything being said here is why I dont go to Popeyes or Hooters.
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Old 09-12-2017, 09:38 AM   #60
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I get the craving about once every other year or so.

No question, it's a Friday night, to-go order to eat at home. I would never eat that stuff for lunch, as it's mandatory to have a toilet nearby within the hour.

Just weird though. It's one of those things you end up craving, then after you eat it, you wonder why??
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Old 09-12-2017, 09:47 AM   #61
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Only time I ever got salmonella poisoning was from Long Johns. Felt like I was going to die. Ruined a paid hunting weekend. First and last time I ate there...
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Last time I ate that nasty stuff was 15 years or so ago. Felt like I had been kicked in the guts by a mule for 2 days.

Don't care if I ever eat LJS again
Same here. I had a friend end up in the hospital after eating there

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Does this deal apply to the family meals? My granddaughter has a tougher stomach than you bunch of wimps!
I had super runny undercooked sunny side up eggs yesterday. Man they were tasty.
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Same here. I had a friend end up in the hospital after eating there



I had super runny undercooked sunny side up eggs yesterday. Man they were tasty.
Y'all can eat UNCOOKED eggs, but can't handle LJS's?
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Old 09-12-2017, 10:08 AM   #64
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LJS makes me quiver....not in a good way!!!
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Old 09-12-2017, 10:12 AM   #65
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Looks fried in the same batter as they use for fish.

Yummy! NOT!
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Looks fried in the same batter as they use for fish.

Yummy! NOT!
Oh it's happening sweetheart! I'm thinkin tomorrows dinner.
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Old 09-12-2017, 10:26 AM   #67
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I like how the dining area floor is covered with grease! I'm suprised more people don't slip and fall in that place! There and Captain D's both! The need a dining area mop bucket and a greasy kitchen floor mop bucket! You can stand in line and your feet are sliding out from under you!
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I like how the dining area floor is covered with grease! I'm suprised more people don't slip and fall in that place! There and Captain D's both! The need a dining area mop bucket and a greasy kitchen floor mop bucket! You can stand in line and your feet are sliding out from under you!
Some Captain D's have all you can eat catfish hushpuppies fries coleslaw and it's actually pretty good

We need to break Goldeneagle of his fear of runny eggs. Nobody likes overcooked, sulphury eggs
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Old 09-12-2017, 11:10 AM   #69
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Last time was in college probably close to twenty years ago. Within a couple hours I was in the fetal position on my bathroom floor hoping it would just hurry up and kill me.

The list of things I wont eat is pretty short:

LJS
Chili's
Salt Grass Steakhouse
Cottage cheese
Animal brains or intestine

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Old 09-12-2017, 11:11 AM   #70
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Some Captain D's have all you can eat catfish hushpuppies fries coleslaw and it's actually pretty good

We need to break Goldeneagle of his fear of runny eggs. Nobody likes overcooked, sulphury eggs
Scramble them suckers till they bounce!
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Scramble them suckers till they bounce!

No way!!! Sunny side up or over easy mixed in with my scattered and smothered hashbrowns!!!
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No way!!! Sunny side up or over easy mixed in with my scattered and smothered hashbrowns!!!
Barf!
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Old 09-12-2017, 11:48 AM   #73
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I feel dirty when I go into LJS and try to hide my face from everyone, but once a year I subject my body to a heavy dose of fried flavorful fillets. When I leave there, the deep guilt sets in and 10 minutes later the release cleanse kicks in and it's all better.

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Bingo, been like that for years somehow the craving comes once a year, every year
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Old 09-12-2017, 01:13 PM   #74
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Y'all can eat UNCOOKED eggs, but can't handle LJS's?
All joking aside I've heard more people getting seriously ill from LJS than all other fast food combined.

Just keep eating there. You will join the "never again" crowd sooner or later. And when you're 10x worse off on your knees holding the porcelain god versus being drunk you will remember this thread.

I actually liked the food considering it's fast fish. Can't risk it though. It's not opinion good/bad when people get sick.
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Old 09-12-2017, 01:20 PM   #75
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In for pics of someone eating one of these twinkees with a report of how good or bad it is.
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Old 09-12-2017, 01:21 PM   #76
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Walmart chicken is AWESOME!!!!!!
Their General Tso's chicken is top notch.
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Old 09-12-2017, 05:51 PM   #77
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All joking aside I've heard more people getting seriously ill from LJS than all other fast food combined.

Just keep eating there. You will join the "never again" crowd sooner or later. And when you're 10x worse off on your knees holding the porcelain god versus being drunk you will remember this thread.

I actually liked the food considering it's fast fish. Can't risk it though. It's not opinion good/bad when people get sick.
I've only got sick one time in my life from food. Back in the early 90's a fish sammich from McDonalds got me. I'm pretty sure it was the tarter sauce and not the fish. I've been eating LJS since the 70's and it has never bothered me.
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No Nancy gut here.

I ate my fair share of LJS back in the day. Loved the battered chicken, clam strips and cocktail red sauce. Fish was OK too but I preferred the chicken. Been 8 ish years since they closed the one in Denton IIRC and I don't search them out. I agree about everything in the dining area seemingly having a layer of grease on it, but hell I've sat in worse to eat lips and a-holes hotdogs...


Always cracks me up to hear the guys who say "I ate this or that and I was in the bathroom in 15-30 minutes." Hell it takes 6-8 hours to digest food. You need to look at the meal before LJS or Taco Bell before you start blaming your bubble gut on the most recent meal.... "and now you know the rest of the story..".

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Thought Smart's post was wrong so I looked it up:

Norovirus, often called stomach flu, is behind more than half of the foodborne illnesses in the U.S. where the cause is known. Norovirus can sicken you not only through eating contaminated foods, but also through touching doorknobs and other surfaces or having contact with an infected person. You should wipe down the kitchen if someone in your house has it. It typically takes 12-48 hours before you feel sick. Your symptoms may last 1-3 days.
• Salmonella is the name of a group of bacteria. They grow in undercooked eggs and meat. But you can also get salmonella from unpasteurized milk or cheese. Some fruits and vegetables, such as melons or sprouts, can also cause it. Symptoms start within 1-3 days and can last up to a week.
• Clostridium perfringens are bacteria that are more likely to show up when foods are prepared in bulk, such as in cafeterias or nursing homes or for catered events. Cooking kills the bacteria but not its spores. So food left warming can grow new germs. You can get it from beef, chicken, or gravy. You may have cramps and diarrhea but no other symptoms. You get sick within 6-24 hours and are usually feeling better in a couple of days.
• Campylobacter comes from undercooked poultry, unpasteurized milk, and sometimes water. It may take 2-5 days to develop symptoms you can notice. But you should feel better in another 2-10 days. You can't pass it to anyone. But if it's serious, you might have bloody diarrhea.
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I've only got sick one time in my life from food. Back in the early 90's a fish sammich from McDonalds got me. I'm pretty sure it was the tarter sauce and not the fish. I've been eating LJS since the 70's and it has never bothered me.
And do you still eat MD's tarter sauce?

I've only been really sick once from food and it was LJS shortly after my buddy got sick there. So it's easy to avoid.
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Thought Smart's post was wrong so I looked it up:

Norovirus, often called stomach flu, is behind more than half of the foodborne illnesses in the U.S. where the cause is known. Norovirus can sicken you not only through eating contaminated foods, but also through touching doorknobs and other surfaces or having contact with an infected person. You should wipe down the kitchen if someone in your house has it. It typically takes 12-48 hours before you feel sick. Your symptoms may last 1-3 days.
Salmonella is the name of a group of bacteria. They grow in undercooked eggs and meat. But you can also get salmonella from unpasteurized milk or cheese. Some fruits and vegetables, such as melons or sprouts, can also cause it. Symptoms start within 1-3 days and can last up to a week.
Clostridium perfringens are bacteria that are more likely to show up when foods are prepared in bulk, such as in cafeterias or nursing homes or for catered events. Cooking kills the bacteria but not its spores. So food left warming can grow new germs. You can get it from beef, chicken, or gravy. You may have cramps and diarrhea but no other symptoms. You get sick within 6-24 hours and are usually feeling better in a couple of days.
Campylobacter comes from undercooked poultry, unpasteurized milk, and sometimes water. It may take 2-5 days to develop symptoms you can notice. But you should feel better in another 2-10 days. You can't pass it to anyone. But if it's serious, you might have bloody diarrhea.

There it is folks....
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And do you still eat MD's tarter sauce?

I've only been really sick once from food and it was LJS shortly after my buddy got sick there. So it's easy to avoid.
I haven't eatin tarter sauce at all since then. If anything has mayo in it and I'm not sure how cold it has been kept, I don't eat it.
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No Nancy gut here.

I ate my fair share of LJS back in the day. Loved the battered chicken, clam strips and cocktail red sauce. Fish was OK too but I preferred the chicken. Been 8 ish years since they closed the one in Denton IIRC and I don't search them out. I agree about everything in the dining area seemingly having a layer of grease on it, but hell I've sat in worse to eat lips and a-holes hotdogs...


Always cracks me up to hear the guys who say "I ate this or that and I was in the bathroom in 15-30 minutes." Hell it takes 6-8 hours to digest food. You need to look at the meal before LJS or Taco Bell before you start blaming your bubble gut on the most recent meal.... "and now you know the rest of the story..".
There are things that for other reasons than digestion, will pretty much go right through you. Ask folks that have had their gall bladder removed. They usually have to be near a rest room when they eat. If mayo isn't kept cold, it will get me in less than an hour. We used to live 1/2 mile from Pancho's Mexican "food". After eating, it would be a race to the toilets by time we got home. It may not actually be the food you just ate, but some stuff seem's to trigger it rather quickly.
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There are things that for other reasons than digestion, will pretty much go right through you. Ask folks that have had their gall bladder removed. They usually have to be near a rest room when they eat. If mayo isn't kept cold, it will get me in less than an hour. We used to live 1/2 mile from Pancho's Mexican "food". After eating, it would be a race to the toilets by time we got home. It may not actually be the food you just ate, but some stuff seem's to trigger it rather quickly.


Yeah yeah.... it's all in your head.


It's certainly not the food you just ate leaving in a rush for the toilet. It's impossible to process it into waste that fast. Eating in general can trigger dumps..but it's not the quality of food that does it and it doesn't "go right through you". It's just your body's natural release functions of the stomach telling your colon to make room or empty because another round is coming....see the gastrocolic reflex. It's perfectly normal.

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Sounds like you guys didnt use enough malt vinager on your fish.
absolutely correct, the malt vinegar is the critical component that makes it safe to eat.
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Yeah yeah.... it's all in your head.


It's certainly not the food you just ate leaving in a rush for the toilet. It's impossible to process it into waste that fast. Eating in general can trigger dumps..but it's not the quality of food that does it and it doesn't "go right through you". It's just your body's natural release functions of the stomach telling your colon to make room or empty because another round is coming....see the gastrocolic reflex. It's perfectly normal.
Yeah, yeah , yeah. Blah, blah blah. Back to the fried twinkies! I was hoping to try it out tonight, but we're having dinner at the neighbors house. I'll give it a go tomorrow.
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Haven't been in 10 years, maybe its time!
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A LJS/squirts debate. Now that is impressive.
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Everyone drink a cup of warm grease for lunch. We will see how fast it all comes out.
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Everyone drink a cup of warm grease for lunch. We will see how fast it all comes out.
I'll guarantee you it doesn't take 8-12 hours for Pancho's Mexican food to leave your body.
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Plenty of reading on this subject. Basically bad food can come out in about an hour.

https://www.reddit.com/r/askscience/..._hours_why_do/
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still no live twinkee eating in this thread.... I'm disappointed.
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Reddit-pedia. Awesome source . They have awesome reading on you favorite dude Bigfoot while you are at it .
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Why risk it? Again, I ate there one time and was blasting water from both ends for 3 straight days! I thought I was going to die. Caveat emptor!!!
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still no live twinkee eating in this thread.... I'm disappointed.
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