People cried. People thanked God. It wasn’t a church service — it was the opening of Texas’ first In-N-Out branch.
The burger chain opened its doors in Frisco, Texas, a suburb just outside of Dallas, earlier this week. People lined up overnight, while people drove from all over to get a double-double with some animal-style fries.
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(Anyone want to grab me a Neapolitan shake right about now? Give me a minute while I curse my fate of being thousands of miles from these lucky folks.)
One former California resident wept with joy as she ate her burger. Upon finishing, she nearly discarded her hamburger wrapper. She pulled it back out, saying, “God, I really want to keep that.”
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