The day we ate Del-Wiener-Pan-Dy’s

By Mark Wiens 1 Comment

It was 3 am, we were in Las Vegas, Nevada, and we were hungry…really hungry.  Walking around, it took but a few moments to come across a few flashing lights with some of the excellently branded fast food we recognized.  It didn’t take us long till our inner nostrils were fulfilled with various greasy smells that were almost certain to be tasty, all within reach.


Del Taco (similar to Taco Bell), Wienerschnitzel (all combination’s of hot dogs), Panda Express, and Wendy’s...the food court was large and we were hungry.  Though it only took a few microseconds, the decision was extremely tough, we simply could not make up our minds as to what we wanted to indulge in.

We began with Del Taco, ordering a few chicken soft tacos to go.  The smells of chili dogs at Weinershnitzel led us directly to the next line and ordering an assortment of edible tube steaks.  We proceeded to go to Panda Express and get bowls of fried rice and orange chicken.  It only seemed right to complete the cycle with a couple of Jr. Bacon Cheeseburgers from Wendy’s.

10 minutes later, we were carrying a plastic bag full of styrofoam take-away containers and jogging down the street to our hotel room.

15 minutes later, we had successful partaken of Del-Wiener-Pan-dy’s…

20 minutes later, I didn’t feel so great…

25 minutes later, I was fast asleep.

From the evidence presented, one could assume that Del-Wiener-Pan-dy’s equals, fast asleep.  While this was the case, and while it was delicious at the time, I can assure you, maybe for health purposes, maybe for cleanliness purposes, and maybe just because, that Del-Wiener-Pan-dy’s should never be attempted a second time.

This experience was shared with Brandon and David.

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