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Here’s What the In-N-Out ‘Monkey Style’ Burger Looks Like [VIDEO]

In-N-Out enthusiasts, have you ever heard of a “Monkey Style” burger?

I’ve heard of Animal Style (mustard-cooked beef patty, pickles, extra spread and grilled onions) and Protein Style (lettuce-wrapped burger), but never Monkey Style.

The beauty of the West Coast burger chain’s simple menu is the different tiers of customization you can accomplish with a simple base of hamburgers, cheeseburgers, fries and drinks.

In-N-Out still claims they have no “secret menu,” although they’ve acknowledged a fair amount of their off-menu items through a page on their website. It wasn’t until a few days ago that I overheard a Twitter conversation about a style of burger I’d never heard of: Monkey Style.

Apparently, getting your burger “Monkey Style” involves topping your sandwich with Animal Style fries (french fries, cheese, grilled onions and spread). Our particular quest to In-N-Out was fruitful, but we’ve heard that many cashiers aren’t familiar with Monkey Style, or simply shy away from creating it due to its possible disruptive nature to the back of the house.

Feast your eyes on the Monkey Style burger:




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Finally, an In-N-Out-Inspired Gangnam Style Parody — Oppa Animal Style!

Working in food news, there are plenty of internet crazes we sadly don’t get to play along with, one of the most recent being PSY’s ridiculously entertaining video (and subsequent horse-inspired dance craze) for “Gangnam Style.”

Well my fellow food writers and readers, rejoice. Youtube user ActRecordingly has just released an In-N-Out inspired Gangnam Style parody, just in time to fit into that tiny window of ADD-riddled opportunity before PSY goes from being weirdly awesome to unbearably annoying.

And okay, so the lines aren’t particularly inspired and the production quality is only so-so, reminding everyone of just how far we’ve really come since Youtube’s early days, but it might be worth it just to hear the guy’s respectively creative (and always true) pre-chorus whoop: “I want Animal Style!”

[Via LAist]