Heart Attack Grill

November 11, 2010 by staff 

Heart Attack Grill, Our motto is simple taste worth dying for, says the manager of the grill of a heart attack.

The owner asserts that he is honest the only restaurant in America that has the food served is unhealthy and can kill their customers.

Heart Attack Grill, a restaurant controversy in Arizona that has fatty foods, has launched a new promotion where guests who weigh over 350 pounds eat free.

Out of the Heart Attack Grill Arizona is a “warning” of the Directorate General of Health that says, “Go. If you enter this place will kill you.”

From the moment you walk in you can almost feel your arteries clogging.

Customers grills, known as the “patients” put on their hospital gowns and medical bracelets before ordering their recipes.

The waitresses are all wearing nurse uniforms short and owner Jon Basso flip burgers behind the grill doctor dressed as a stethoscope, hanging from his neck and cigarette in his mouth.

The only thing missing is a priest to perform last rites.

The meals come in various sizes ranging from a bypass only “a” quadruple bypass “burgers, and if you finish the larger food outlets, a nurse will push your car into a real wheelchair.

Blair River is 6 feet 8 inches tall and weighs about 600 pounds. His weight and his enthusiasm for food on the grill Chandler Heart attack have won a modeling contract and 100 per hour.

While we’re at it, let’s look at these alarming figures.

The latest statistics obesity
U.S. rates Obesity epidemic proportions

* 58 million overweight, 40 million obese, 3 million morbidly obese
* Eight in 10 people over 25? S overweight
* 78% of non-compliance with the basic recommendations of America’s level of activity
* 25% completely sedentary
* 76% increase in type II diabetes in adults 30-40 years of age since 1990

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