One Large Birthday Cake flavored Milkshake for less than the price of a small, and THREE Jumbo Jacks for the price of one. How did I achieve this? A coupon for $1 off any milkshake when the price difference between large and small milkshakes 50 cents. A receipt with a code from https://www.inmoment.com/websurvey/2/execute#/1 (redirected from jacklistens.com) let me get BOGO Jumbo Jack, and a special local deal for Seahawks fans. Coming in the day after a game and if the Seahawks scored a sack you get a free Jumbo Jack. So for 50 cents less than the price of the cheapest milkshake, and just one Jumbo Jack sans meal, you too can bring home 3 burgers and a birthday cake shake.
Speaking of the shake itself, it tastes like a cake flavored Ice Cream (I guess they’re still using real ice cream as an ingredient) if the chunks were everywhere. The flavor was very intense, though nothing such was added to the whipped cream. But the sprinkles at the top and the bottom were a nice touch.
In 1985, the year of my birth, the very first fighting game to feature a female fighter was released. Released by Taito, Giantbomb.com says “It is the first fighting game to include throws and grapples, now staples of fighting games, as well as the fighting of multiple enemies at the same time. The game also features a regenerating health bar.” (https://www.giantbomb.com/onna-sansirou-typhoon-gal/3030-32772/)
http://www.guinnessworldrecords.com/world-records/first-video-game-to-feature-a-human-(female)/ Sets this game as the first featuring the female fighter, Onna Sansirou hit the scene 3 months after “Toby “Kissy” Masuyo of Namco’s Baraduke. The arcade shooter is reported to have first been released in July 1985, according to Giant Bomb, just a few months ahead of Taito’s Onna Sanshiron – Typhoon Gal,” and the year before Samus Aran seized the gaming world by storm.