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Woman Cries Over In-N-Out Burger. This is Getting Weird.

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Yes, it happened. Burger tears. Real ones.

While some twitter-ers are retina-bursting with In-N-Out hype rage, the folks down at the freshly opened Frisco location are busting in their shorts. Cheap Bastard Alice Laussade, who tweeted a photo of the tangled chaos outside the Frisco In-N-Out Location, saw a car in the lot with the words "In-N-Out or Bust" written on the rear window.

Over at The Dallas Morning News, they've got video of a particular fan letting the waterworks go over a nostalgic burger. "Pinch me, it doesn't feel real," the woman says.

Are the burgers that awesome? Honest to Betsy, we don't even know anymore. Make the jump for the DMN's full video.

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