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We respect a fast food menu, but if there's a way for us to get even more burger patties and fries into our bodies, please always let us know.

Foodbeast is doing just that with a guide to hacking the In-N-Out Burger menu, and their video of secret (and not-so-secret) hacks has our mouths watering.

What have we been doing with our lives, just ordering cheeseburgers?!

When you roll up to an In-N-Out Burger, they list their standard cheeseburgers, hamburgers, fries, and shakes.

For those who haven't strayed from the traditional offerings, the chain's website also runs down some of the not-so-secret menu hacks which have gained a lot of popularity with In-N-Out Burger enthusiasts.

If you're looking to cut carbs, Protein Style lets you ditch the bun for a lettuce-wrapped burger.

One of our personal favorite "hacks" is the Animal Style, which gives you a burger with lettuce, tomato, a mustard cooked beef patty, plus you can top it with a pickle and extra spread with grilled onions.

Not to mention all the not-so-secret ways to add extra patties. (Because why stop at some meat when you can have as much meat as possible?)

For the fast food adventurers out there, it's the secret, DIY dishes that are going to blow your burger minds.

For example, the Monkey Style Burger, which you can admire in the above video, is an order of Animal Style fries stuffed inside a Double-Double burger. Heck. Yes.

You can even get down to the nitty gritty (or be a little picky) on requesting whether your fries are cooked "light-well" or "well-done," and get them topped with things like cheese, chilies, or lemon and pepper.

The sky's the limit when it comes to custom ordering your cheat meal.

They even have animal-friendly hacks, according to Foodbeast, like the Pup Patty, which is a salt-less beef patty for your doggy BFF to enjoy.

Will there come a day when hacks include liquefying burgers into a burger shake or just dumping every topping and ingredient possible into a bowl and eating it? Man... we can only hope.

Speaking of fast food, watch the video below to find out why Snooki thinks junk food made her get a little rowdy on Jersey Shore.

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