Monday, June 29, 2009


Please do not go to such strides in order to complete your Crosschips. This not only BAD way to complete CROSSCHIPS but also ILLEGAL. In my e-pinion, she needs to work more on PAD LEVEL and cut down on JAW ROTATION.

Todays Crosschips:
Buy and consume the $30 Frito Lay chip pack for your best time. I repeat, BUY THEM, no TRADES.

Saturday, June 27, 2009


Crosschips for the day. Eat breakfast sausages and use your shoes... Fill both shoes with breakfast sausages, don't be shy, fill um up and cook them sausages, eat them for your best time! GO!

she's a butte! FROM BUTTE! (Not really, it's the Mackinaw Bridge, but she is a Beaut...)


^^^took that one 2 years ago.

Crosschipped it Friday night, Crosschipped it again tonight with some fajitas, but I also crossfitted it. HAHA, kidding, I would never. However, I did wake up at 10am, had 6 donuts, went running and then drank beer on the beach all day. It was stellar.

BUT, unfortunately it started raining around 6pm, the Tigers played like they all were on their period and the future forecast for Mackinaw City is 4 days of rain.

So I know you are all wondering; "WTF do you do when you are on vacation and the weather keeps you from Crosschipping it?"

Well, you make due with what you have M F'ers. I've been watching some "Man vs. Wild" this eve and found out what we could make here at the cottage.

What you need to do is bring out your inner Crosschips creativity, make a meal out of what little you may have and rock it! Make sure it's a minimum of 5 pounds and includes butter.
Here is what I'm doing:
-Beer bread: 2 slices
-smoked turkey: - every last piece (half pound or so)
-Cheez-its : 2 cups
-Shredded cheese: 1 cup
-pickle spears: 4
-left over BBQ'd hot dogs: 2
-American Cheese: 4 slices
-Stick of butter
-Tomato Soup: 1 can

* Take the turkey, cheese, slices of cheese, pickles, hot dogs & cheeze-its, place them between the beer bread slices, buttered. You can toast them, or not. whatever.
Have the can of tomato soup as a side dish. BOOM CROSSCHIPPED!

Friday, June 26, 2009

Don't Let This Happen To YOU!

Keep an eye out while you engulf your Crosschips meals. Things are getting dangerous out there BRAH!

HAVE A GOOD WEEKEND! I'm headed to the UP NORTH!!!

Free RIBS!!!!

Now, for the guy at the end of this clip who is into "Free Ribs" as opposed to "Free Love"; we present this Crosschips.

"Multi-Ribbin' it"
RIBS, don't care where you get them, how you cook them or how fast you eat them but Take your height, be it 6'4", 5'3" or 3'7" you take that height and convert it into FULL slabs of ribs. So an example: I would have to eat 6.1 slabs of ribs. WOOO!!! LET'S DO THIS!!!

Wednesday, June 24, 2009

Xtreme Eating Awards

When I saw the title of this article I just about fell out of my chair in glee, but insteatd of something promoting our Crosschips culture, I found this garbage;
Today the Center for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI) released its Xtreme Eating Award list. According to the CSPI "Xtreme appetizers, entrées, and desserts at America's chain restaurants are making Americans fatter and sicker, and the trendy thing for chains to do is to make already bad foods even worse."

Come on now? Making fun of delicious, calorie packed foods by giving them fake awards? Now, below are the options for todays Crosschips. The link can be found here.

Todays Crosschips: Pick 3 for your Crosschips meal!

-Olive Garden Tour of Italy : 1,450 calories and 33 grams of saturated fat (thanks to the beef, Italian sausage, cheese, cream, and breading) that’s swimming in 3,830 milligrams of sodium.
-Chili’s Big Mouth Bites : 1,580 calories and 28 grams of saturated
fat (1½ days’ worth), plus 2,930 milligrams of sodium (a two-day supply).
-The Cheesecake Factory Fried Macaroni and Cheese : 1,570
calories and 1,860 milligrams of sodium. But that’s ho-hum for appetizers these days. It’s the 69 grams of saturated fat—3½ days’ worth—that sets this dish apart.
-Red Lobster Ultimate Fondue : 1,490 calories, 40 grams of sat fat, and 3,580 mg of sodium. (Add 150 calories for each of the free Cheddar Bay Biscuits on your table.)
-Chili’s Half Rack of Baby Back Ribs: adds 490 calories and 12 rams of saturated fat plus 2,050 mg of sodium to your meal.
-Uno Mega-Sized Deep Dish Sundae : 2,800 calories and 72 grams of saturated fat
-Applebee’s Quesadilla Burger : 1,820 calories and 46 grams of saturated fat.
-The Cheesecake Factory Chicken and Biscuits : 2,500 calories.
-The Cheesecake Factory Philly Style Flat Iron Steak : 1,760 calories, 30 grams of saturated fat, and 3,840 milligrams of sodium.

Tuesday, June 23, 2009


SNL has been a long time supporter of Crosschips and has always came up with some excellent workouts to add to the Crosschip index.

Make a taco similar to the one in the video and eat it for your best time!

Thursday, June 18, 2009


Of course with layoffs (FIREBOMBING) and general attrition at the workplace, those who are spared or decide to stick around, always get dumped on. A heavier workload with more responsibility isn't what the general population wants, we want to show up at work, pretend to be stackin' papers while we F around on the interwebs and wait for that paycheck. Don't get me wrong, a full inbox of work (what I call JS = Job Security) isn't a bad thing by any means, but it can lead one to insanity if they can't find a way forget about it once they leave their cubicle.

What is it that I do to forget about the shit storm I'm involved with at the work place? I DRINK! Please don't take this the wrong way. I make it to work on time at a reasonable time everyday most days. I've never only used a few sick days because of a hangover, but it's what they are there for. I think hope.

So for a festive Friday, I'd like to get our Crosschippers going on a drinking game. This one you may have seen before but it's a personal favorite of mine.

Crosschips for the night: (Watch the Tigers game and do the following)

When Rod says “Mario” “without question” or “pardner.”

When Rod says “elevated.”
When Rod says “skipper.”

When Rod makes any kind of reference to a player or his ability being “special.”
When Rod says the phrase “Oh no he didn’t.”
When Rod says the phrase “from time to time.”
When Rod says “cheese.”
When Rod says “features,” “featuring” or “featured.”
When Rod refers to Jim Leyland as a “beauty.”
When Rod says “filthy or dirty.”
When Rod repeats a statement or point he made earlier in the game.

Whenever Rod says he talked to someone at batting practice.
When Rod says the phrase “professional hitter.”

When Rod makes reference to his coaching/broadcasting career in Arizona.
Whenever Rod makes the statement “some kind of _____.” (IE: Some kind of smooth)
Whenever Rod talks about the benefit to a defense when a young pitcher works quickly.
When Porcello is pitching and Rod mentions The other starters influence on him.

When Rod asks Mario if he worked out today. » Drink double if he asks this during a home game.
When Rod makes reference to cotton candy. » Drink double if he makes reference to pink cotton candy.
When Rod makes reference to how much fun Inge is having. » Drink double if it is anyone else.
When Rod makes reference to the Cabrera trade.
When Rod says the phrase “game within the game.”
When Rod says the phrase, “the unintentional, intentional walk.”
When Rod makes reference to how “smooth” any of the Tiger middle infielders are. » Drink double if it is anyone else.

When Rod makes reference to his playing career. *Rod only had about 50 career ABs, 20 with the Tigers.
When the footage of Rod charging the mound in Japan is shown.

General Silliness: 2 drinks may be had when Rod displays general silliness. This optional rule can be applied in group or individual play and can be declared before the game or invoked when the silliness occurs. General silliness can be loosely interpreted as that’s why it’s not technically part of the rules. Experienced players will recognize this activity which can include stepping over the play by play with yelps, screams or any array of noises, use of non-words, abundant laughing or appearing overly giddy. HEEHAHAHA!!!!

Wednesday, June 17, 2009

Bacon Bread-sticks? Holy CHIPS!

"The Paula Deen"
Bacon Bread sticks you can cook at home. That's what I'm talking about my Crosschippers.

Now, of course these beauties are coined by The Food Network star, Paula Deen. She's a very Crosschips hungry southern woman who has never cooked a healthy meal in her life and we here at Crosschips love it! For those of you who aren’t familiar with Paula Deen, here is a picture of her with her Santa Claus looking husband and here is a picture of her attempting to eat Ellen.

Now let's enjoy this quick video showing why we love us some Paula Deen...


Ok, back to the Crosschips for the day:
Use the link above, or here again, to prepare 2x the recommended dishes in recipe.
FOR TIME - post results.
.....DRINK 1 BEER for every run the Tigers gave up last night. (They are losing 11-1 in the 6th already and I'm going to bed.)


Tuesday, June 16, 2009


"Tuesday Tummy Ache"

Lamar Odom and the Lakers are now the 2009 Champions of the NBA after a quick 4-1 series. How exactly did Odom get the energy and nutrients to play kind of good in the Playoffs? Shit tons of candy.

Yep, candy. "Odom's personal assistant procures his candy stash, shopping for Twizzler bites, Gummy Bears, Hershey's white chocolate cookies and cream (Odom's favorite), Lifesavers, and something the star forward refers to as "peachy sugarcoated rings," among other goodies."

Tuesday's Crosschips: CANDY!
Eat 1 pound of each.
1. Twizzler Bites
2. Gummy Bears
3. Hershey's White Chocolate Cookies & Cream
4. Lifesavers
5. Sour Patch Kids
6. Skittles
Wash it down with a 2 liter of Faygo "Rock n' Rye"

Monday, June 15, 2009

Major League Eating

Major League Eating

A new game for the Wii? I think a lot of good can come out of this excellent invention. The game itself looks pretty bad, but your Crosschips for the day can be done in a exciting way by using this video game...

1.Have a friend over and force them to play it.
2. Instead of playing the actual game with them, just try to actually out eat their video game character.

Sunday, June 14, 2009

Sunday Funday!

Crosschips = DRINK
10 beer bongs. GO!

Saturday, June 13, 2009


I don't apologize for all the times I called him Cindy Crosby.
I'm not alone in thinking the Wing$ could have swept the Penguin$.

But am I the only one who thinks the Red Wing$ gave Fleury the easiest shots to save ever, in the History of SPORTS? I don't know how many shots hit him in the chest and legs but it had to be about 90% all series. The Wing$ should have just shot him the trophy.

Anyway, I'm off to play a 18 hole scramble.


Friday, June 12, 2009


Is it 5pm yet?

Friday is the busiest night of the week for pizza places. It's a known fact. Having worked in the industry for 6+ years, I happen to have a little experience with the heavenly pizza pie. Throughout high school and college I worked at Hungry Howies as both a Manager & Delivery driver. To be honest, having an all access pass to all the ingredients necessary to make a pizza was worth the horrible hours, minimal pay and coming home smelling like a box of grease.

Not gonna lie, as a manager, there were many times I would use that all access pass (key to the store) to sneak in at the wee hours of the night and cook myself up some Crosschips meals for my friends and I. (see picture below taken after the Death Cab for Cutie concert at Calvin College. That's a pizza oven by the way.)

Those were good times. It helped take my Freshman 15 up to the Senior 50+ (kidding. Ok, maybe 30)

Now, on top of it being the busiest Pizza day of the week, it's also GAME 7 of the NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs. Here again, Crosschips is a big time supporter of the Detroit Red Wings and we would like to incorporate Pizza + Red Wings into our Crosschips for the night.

Crosschips for the night...
This game will focus MAINLY on DRINKING, but also EATING pizza.
FYI: 1 Drink = sip or gulp. Drink 1 = 1 whole drink (beer, rum & coke, etc..)

PRE GAME...3 slices of Pizza, 2 beers or full drinks

Intermissions...3 slices of Pizza, 2 beers or full drinks

1 Drink:
 Penguins Hit
 Red Wings Hit
 Talk about Cindy Crosby
 Fleury save
2 Drinks:
 Datsyuk, Zetterberg or Hossa Assist
 Osgood save
5 Drinks:
 Octopus thrown on the ice
 Crosby or Malkin Goal add 5 drinks & punch a Penguin fan in the face if you see one
 Helm, Hudler or Maltby Goal (add 5 drinks to the whole drink)
Drink 1 whole drink:
 Red Wing Goal
 Fight
Drink 2 whole drinks:
 Penguins Goal
Drink 5 whole drinks:
 Chelios Goal
Shotgun a beer:
Shotgun 5 beers:
 Stanley cup loss, shotgun 5 beers and drop kick a Penguins fan.


Thursday, June 11, 2009



Justin Jonathan Verlander just finished up his 2nd complete game tonight in a 2-1 victory vs. the Chicago White $ox. He allowed only 5 hits and 1 run on the day. In honor of his dominance on the mound, we will have a Thursday Ode to Verlander here on Crosschips!

V = Veal Parmesan

E = Enchilada (Beef or Chicken)

R = Rib Eye Steak

L = Leinenkugel beer (Drink 6 minimum)

A = Angel Hair Pasta

N = Nachos!

D = Deviled Eggs (4)

E = Éclair for dessert (6)

R = Ritz Crackers
Eat the above items in any order for time and try to go without a hurl (opposition scoring).

Wednesday, June 10, 2009


Red Wings lost, 2-1 tonight and are now headed to game 7 for the Stanley Cup.
Here is a little history on the Red Wings in their Stanley Cup appearances since 1995…
1995: Lost to New Jersey, 4-0
1997: Defeated Philadeplia, 4-0
1998: Defeated Washington, 4-0
2002: Defeated Carolina, 4-1
2008: Defeated Pittsburgh, NBC & the NHL 4-2
No more than 6 games has it taken the Wing$ to get that cup so they can drink brewdoggers out of it, collect random girls phone numbers in it and of course, EAT CROSSCHIPS MEALS out of it.

One constant I have realized about the Wing$ losing during the playoffs is that I wear this same G blessed shirt when they lose.

FYI I am flicking off the shirt, not my Crosschips followers. This shirt will be banished for the next week. No question.
Now we need a big RED WINGS WIN FRIDAY WOOOOT!!!

For today's Crosschips we are going to take it easy. It was a tough game and we need our rest…

"Value Menu"

Pick any value menu out there; Burger King, McDonald's, Taco Bell, Wendy's, maybe something cool I can't think of.
Order the whole value menu and eat it for time.
Finish it up with a 6 pack of your favorite Brewdogger.

Special thanks to Miguel Cabrera tonight for winning the Tigers game in the 10th with a DIRTY Home Run…
BOOOOOOOOO To F-Rod for trying to ruin my life and make me look like a FRIGGIN' IDIOT!… (Loading the bases in the 9th and throwing 12 balls and 1 strike.)

Tuesday, June 9, 2009

Detroit Tigers Tuesday

Because Crosschips is based out of the Detroit area, we gladly support our professional and college sporting squadrons and try to incorporate their teams, one way or another, into our daily Crosschips work outs. Previous posts included our Detroit Red Wings, Making fun of LeBron Jonathan James (Because we are Pistons fans) and the previous days post even took a little stab at the Lions.

What we have lined up today is a fun little thing known as "Detroit Tigers Tuesday". We did a little research on what our Detroit Tigers favorite meals are and have listed them below.

Today's Crosschips: Pick 5 of the below meals, eat each for time and rest in between.

58 Armando Galarraga: Dinner, LENGUA DE RES: Which is a Cow tongue served in a vinaigrette, and a side of ÑOQUIS: potato pasta, a popular dish from Italy which is prominent in Venezuela. Bottle of Red Wine.

36 Edwin Jackson: Dinner, One whole slab of Pork BBQ Ribs, side of steak fries & a 40oz of Old English.

37 Brandon Lyon: Eats shit.

31 Zach Miner: Breakfast: 4 large pancakes, lots of syrup & a side of bacon. Orange juice.

45 Ryan Perry: Lunch/Dinner: Burger King Whopper, large French Fries, w Large Coke

48 Rick Porcello: Dinner: McDonalds Kids meal w/ a Toy & Apple Juice.

29 Nate Robertson: Dinner: T-Bone Steak w/ a side of Mashed potatoes & Green beans. Drink: Budweiser.

56 Fernando Rodney: Dinner:
Camarones guisados (Shrimp stew), side of Ensalada de aguacate (Avocado Salad), Drink: Mamajuana (Rum)

44 Bobby Seay: Dinner: Swordfish steak, calamari & Tequila shots

35 Justin Verlander: Starter: Crabcakes, Main course: Atlantic Salmon, side of vegetables & a side salad. Drink: Miller Lite & Jagger Bombs

21 Dontrelle Willis: Lunch: KFC Box lunch, Liter of Cola & a side of Wintergreen Skoal.

54 Joel Zumaya: Lunch of Dinner: Chicken or Beef Burrito w/ Mexican rice & black beans covered in hot sauce and melted cheese. Side of corn meal & refried beans. Drink: Margarita's then drop a box on your shoulder after you play guitar hero.


8 Gerald Laird: Dinner: Meatlovers Pizza (Pizza Hut), breadsticks & Coors Light.

57 Dane Sardinha: Dinner: Ham w/ grilled pineapple, a fruit salad & celery sticks with peanut butter.


24 Miguel Cabrera: Dinner: 16 oz Steak from Mortons, shrimp cocktail, crackers w/ caviar & Cristal champe, Be sure to pour out 4-5 bottles on your bitches…

4 Adam Everett: Lunch: Turkey sandwich & CHIPS! Drink a bottled water.

15 Brandon Inge Lunch/dinner: Cheeseburger w/ Fries. Drink any light beer (4 minimum).

14 Placido Polanco: Dinner: Starter: Croquetas de pollo
(Chicken croquettes), Meal: Chivo picante
(Spicy goat meat), side of:
Moro de habichuelas
(Rice and black beans). Drink: Kool-Aid.

39 Ramon Santiago: Breakfast: Ham & Cheese & Peppers omelet, side of pineapple pieces. Drink, non name brand orange juice.


13 Josh Anderson: Dinner: Homemade Chicken or Beef main course, prepared by himself at his farm. Side of corn on the cob & green beans (again from his farm) & a Glass of milk squeezed right from the teat of the cow.

28 Curtis Granderson: Dinner: Meaty Lasagna, garlic bread & Caesar salad & Miller lites

30 Magglio Ordonez: Dinner: Roasted chicken, three bean casserole & creatine for strength. Drink: Sangria.

25 Ryan Raburn: Lunch/Dinner: Hungry Man meal: Roasted Chicken w/ corn & brownie. Drink: Bud Light

33 Marcus Thames: Dinner: Some "Country Strong!" Fried Catfish, side of steamed vegetables & steak fries. Drink: Red Bull & Vodka.

34 Clete Thomas: Host a Pig Roast. Put Budweiser's on ice, in the bathtub & eat pigs in a blanket & other finger foods while you wait for the PIG! Yeeeeeehaaaww!

Monday, June 8, 2009

Crosschips Cartoon. Kind of.

Case of the Monday's

"The 3 Meal Marathon"

Oh glorious Monday. It's day one of five for the common weekday worker. The day we all dread on Sunday nights as the sun sets on our SUNDAY FUNDAY!
Now if your job leads you to the following behavior...

I suggest you take Monday's Crosschips seriously because it will help cool down that temper and recharge your batteries for the next five days of work, work and work.

To help keep you relaxed, we encourage a heavy load of carbohydrates to basically put you in a "carb coma". This will make you want to sleep constantly. Your motivation to work will be comparable to your desire to watch the Lions on Thanksgiving day after a huge meal. No one can last without multiple cat naps (and some cussing at the Lions game play of course). So if you follow today's Crosschips, the whole "work" thing will fly by in a blurry haze and we will all be better for it. There's nothing worse then work on Monday than working on Monday without stuffing your face full of unhealthy delicious treats.

4 pieces of double buttered toast
Egg & meat & cheese omelet (6 egg minimum, 3 meat minimum)
1 half gallon of whole milk.

1 foot sub sandwich, double meat & extra dressing
1 family size bag of chips
2 liter, non-diet soda

1 whole meatloaf
4lbs of Poutine (a dish consisting of French fries topped with fresh cheese curds, covered with brown gravy and sometimes additional ingredients.)
5 dinner rolls, extra butter
4 servings of hearty soup. None of that vegetable sissy crap.
Finish it off with an XL Milkshake


Saturday, June 6, 2009


I'm not sure where to begin with this one. I did my portion of Crosschips tonight. I was at a party that had a Qdoba taco bar (ate 13 tacos) and drank multiple brewdoggers (flip cup). I for sure did my part without a doubt, There's no question.

With that's the weekend, we need to sit back and relax after a long week of work. We frickin deserve it. We work endless hours a week, we bend over backwards at our jobs and grasp onto what little existence of ourselves there may still be and we look for some sort of reason to belong, some reasoning behind the fact that we may need to say...."yeah I may eat 4 times my weight in a sitting, but what's it to ya?" Those who question it don't know the beauty of Crosschips.

We know here at Crosschips that we encourage eating multiple amounts of food and crazy portions of fattening entries that induce heart attacks. but we also feel there may be more to the Crosschips then the website promotes. It also promotes a sense of unity.

Can Crosschips sleep at night knowing that it's participants may die enduring it's life compromising tests? YES, it sure can.

Outsiders may think Crosschips is wrong in its ways. They assume because we require the eating 40 donuts on donut day as a test of ones will to eat themselves into a fat, gas pumping useless pile of life is a useless challenge, but they don't know it's also a venue we can use as an excuse to stuff our faces full of sugar coated crap and show people we have more will power to "stuff" as oppose to "cut back". Diets are for the weak at heart. The true champs turn diets upside down, double down on the opposite and pour gravey on it. (in Crosschips)

Here's to Crosschips and it's endevour of letting the norm (Eating a shit ton) become 10 times the norm (eating 10x a shit ton). Rock on Crosschips, don't let those anorexic, 5 foot, hundred nothin' folks "RUDY 46 seconds " tell you what to do. They suck at life and suck as actors. Keep eating and keep on keeping on...

Saturdays Crosschips:
Eat a Charlie Weis breakfast.
Minimum 40,000 calories.

note* poor grammer and english. Thank you.

Friday, June 5, 2009


That's right people. JUNE 5th is National Donut Day WOO!
Donut Day is celebrated on the first Friday of June each year. On this day we drool over the ever so fattening, delectable and delicious donut that all police officers enjoy on the reg' as well as our beloved Homer Jonathan Simpson.

Here is a bit of history for ya:
"National Doughnut Day started in 1938 as a fund raiser for the Chicago Salvation Army. Their goal was to help the needy during the Great Depression, and to honor the Salvation Army "Lassies" of World War I, who served doughnuts to soldiers behind the front lines in France." - Wikipedia (of course) Hmmm...It appears Crosschips dates back well before the begining of the interwebs.

Now what I don't understand is why exactly do Flags get a day? ("Flag Day" June 14th) They are flags!!1! They aren't tasty treats that turn your love handles into love straps. They just hang there waiting for wind.

Let's not forget "Boss's Day" (October 16th). Let's give the guy/girl who makes all the money and has the ability to take your career out back and firebomb it a day to bask in his or her own ego and private bathroom. However I wouldn't mind a day for "Like A Boss". Awesome song... (NSFW)

Now like our other kick ass, unrecognized holidays such as "Talk like a Pirate Day" (September 19th) or "National High Five Day" (April 16th), our tasty donuts need their day of glory!


Crosschips encourages you to do the following for Donut Day:
1. order 2 arm lengths of donuts (Stacked one on top of the other, not side by side). They can be of any make, model or flavor. Mix & match if you want.
2. Eat one arm length in 45 minutes.
3. Rest
4. Eat the second in one hour.

1 Free Donut @ Krispy Kreme on DONUT DAY w0000t!!!


Thursday, June 4, 2009

Bringing down my G. D. PV.

Property Values people. PV = Property Values and this NOZZLE parks his 1973 Shit-a-bego in front of my house. Sure, I know everyone's PV's are down by 20% just because of this economy "S" Storm we are in, but this guy drops my PV down an extra 25%.

Anyway. I apologize for the late post. Doing the e-blogs isn't the most productive activity. Either way.

It's a rest day I guess. So sit back, have some Popcorn and enjoy the WING$ Game!

Osgood enjoying some popcorn out of the Stanley Cup.

Tuesday, June 2, 2009

Buy One, Get Wha?

“The BOGO”

Here at Crosschips we demand the highest quality in belly busting food portions that contain not only the highest amount of FAT but also good TASTE. We also know that with a struggling economy, we can’t all be as fortunate to afford 10 or more lobster tails to complete a Crosschips triple double. With that in mind, let’s take a gander at a penny saving feature in Crosschips and in life, known as the ever so gorgeous BOGO.

If you’ve lived under a rock your whole life, BOGO stands for “Buy One, Get One”. For quite some time now it’s been very common sales tactic among the not so popular eateries and grocery stores to gain more business. Because let’s be serious, who is going to order a Pizza from a liquor store on 8 mile and Gratiot unless you get a second one free?

Now, because of our current economic hardships, some of us feel that we may not have a job tomorrow which has caused our desire to stop in at TGIF’s for a buffalo burger to decline drastically. Even when we know we may have a chance at seeing that spiky, bleached haired idiot who does their commercials so we can roundhouse kick his fat face, we still stay home, eat Ramen noodles and save $12.

Here is a list of BOGO’s in which you can fulfill your Crosschips routine and save yourself some cash.

Arby’s: Wednesday specials (get 2 people to purchase your 2nd and 3rd helping)
1. June 3rd - Free Fruitea with any sandwich purchase
2. June 10th- Free Roast Chicken Club with any drink purchase
3. June 17th - Free Regular Sidekicker with any sandwich purchase
4. June 24th - Free Regular Roast Beef with any drink purchase

5. July 1st - Free Regular Beef'n Cheddar with any drink purchase
6. July 8th - Free Orange Cream Swirl shake with any sandwich purchase
7. July 15th - Free Regular Roast Beef with any drink purchase
8. July 22nd - Free Roastburger with any drink purchase
9. July 29th - Free FruiTea with any sandwich purchase

10. August 5th - Free Regular Roast Beef with any drink purchase
11. August 12th - Free Roast Chicken Club with any drink purchase
12. August 19th - Free FruiTea with any sandwich purchase
13. August 26th - Free Regular Beef 'n Cheddar with any drink purchase
Baskin Robbins: BOGO 31 below
Buffalo Wild Wings: Tuesdays: BOGO on regular wings
Chinese: There are always lunch specials, get 2 usually for the price of a dinner special.
Pizza Hut: 20% off
Wendy’s: BOGO Frosty
BOGO burgers

Your Crosschips instructions on the day:
For BOGO’s, do not invite anyone to have the free item, you must eat it yourself. Repeat at the next location until you are near vomiting.

Below is a link to more deals you can get for your Crosschips needs.
Other crap where you may or may not save money.