But those people simply chalk it up to some religious psychosis and that's probably correct. Although, to your credit, you're not as crazy as those Chik-fil-A folks.
But we think there's something more to you, In-N-Out Bible Verses. We think you're saying that eating In-N-Out is truly a religious experience. As if you needed any help there!
Let's examine this a bit here:
On your cheeseburgers you have Revelation 3:20
Ahh. What a delicious verse! Imagine having In-N-Out at your door (instead of the apocalypse).
"Listen! I am standing at the door, knocking; if you hear my voice and open the door, I will come in to you and eat with you, and you with me."
On your soda cups is the trite John 3:16
Correct us if we're wrong, but we think you're saying that your soda is like Jesus Christ. And both may or may not give you eternal life.
"For God so loved the world that he gave his only Son, so that everyone who believes in him may not perish but may have eternal life."
We already know that soda is bad for you and leads to all sorts of health issues that can make you die an untimely death.
As for Christ? Well, there's that whole faith thing we're supposed to have. But no word on eternal life.
C'mon, Jesus. The ball is in your court.
Now some milkshakes (it means blowjob, right?) allegedly brings boys to the yard while the In-N-Out milkshake cup brings you Proverbs 3:5
We get it! Trust in this milkshake as you would the Lord. Sometimes you just have to give yourself up to the Lord or a Neapolitan milkshake. Sometimes drinking
"Trust in the LORD with all your heart, and do not rely on your own insight."
Wait, there's more! Your Double-Double (Mmm. Double-Double) wrapper has Nahum 1:7 (this book actually exists, it's between Micah and Habakkuk)
We are led to believe that a Double-Double - much like the Lord - is good in a day of
"The LORD is good, a stronghold in a day of trouble; he protects those who take refuge in him,"
So, there you have it In-N-Out Bible Verses!
Much like a History Channel program or a pseudo-intellectual Dan Brown novel, we have deciphered your code.
But let's be honest here, you don't really need the Lord to help you sell your food.
I'll bet you want In-N-Out right now. I know I do.
N.B. Bible verse photos taken with my Canon PowerShot SD1100IS (except for Nahum 1:7 and the food).