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Tears Shed Over Dallas Opening of In-N-Out Burger

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In Dallas, something magical happened -- an In-N-Out Burger opened. And one overly enthused diner, Danielle Delnnocentes, is crying over it. "I can come and get a double-double any time I want. It's been eight years since I've had that opportunity."

With two 100 percent fresh beef patties in her hands, she promises, "You will see me every day! This is the best burger in the world!" she proudly asserted before unleashing the water works.

An overwhelmed Danielle went on, "I kept saying all night, pinch me, it doesn't feel real -- it felt real in there."

Here in South Florida, we are feeling a smidgen of jealousy. Are the burgers really that great? Will the In-N-Out chain ever make it to the tip of our great state?

According to MSN, "it's feasible that In-N-Out could expand as far north as Iowa and as far east as the Florida Panhandle."

Wow, In-N-Out is getting close. We better start stocking up on Kleenex.

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