DALLAS, TX – After countless years of waiting, North Texas will finally have a place to find fast food hamburgers. The popular California burger chain, In-N-Out Burger, is underway with constructing new restaurant locations in the metroplex set to open within months.
“Oh man, I am excited about this. I hope they have cheeseburgers. That would be so West Coast,” said Frisco resident Paul Harris.
The company is planning up to 8 locations to meet the hamburger shortage that has frustrated so many locals.
“I can’t tell you how often I’ve thought I’d like a burger, and fast, but just sat in my car for a good 10 minutes not knowing where to get one,” said Gina Sutton of Irving.
To ease locals into eating fast food hamburgers, In-N-Out plans to include items to make their menu “more Texas-y.” The #4 combo, for example, will feature a can of baked beans and a whole possum.
“Our marketing department thinks its a good idea, but I’m not so sure,” said one In-N-Out executive. “I’ve got my fingers crossed that Texans will like hamburgers.”
Not all residents are excited about the opening though, and have voiced concerns about the company’s expansion plans.
“Not a chance, In-N-Out,” said a Burleson man. “I’m not eating any burger from California because I don’t want to turn gay.”
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