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"I'll have two number 9s, a number 9 large, a number 6 with extra dip, a number 7, two number 45s, one with cheese, and a large soda."
– Melvin "Big Smoke" Harris
How big was Big Smoke's order really?

How big was Big Smoke's order really?

ComradeWarbear's video about Big Smoke's order.

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The giant man himself ordering his and his comrades feast.



Big Smoke's Order is a meme from the 2004 video game Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas.

History

The meme originates from 2004 video game Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, in which young gangster Carl "CJ" Johnson comes home from a 5 year absence to investigate his mother's murder. The meme itself comes from the mission Drive-Thru, in which CJ, Sean "Sweet" Johnson (CJ's brother), Melvin "Big Smoke" Harris, and Lance "Ryder" Wilson (another friend of theirs) all go out for a quick meal at Cluckin' Bell, a fictional combination of Taco Bell and KFC. The gang pull up the to window where Big Smoke orders everyones food, but he himself orders a big amount of food for himself aswell, this is everything he orders: Two number nines (for CJ and Ryder), a number nine large (for himself), a number 6 with extra dip (for Sweet), a number 7, two number 45s, one with cheese, and a large soda (all for himself). This complicated order has become a meme.

What he truly ordered.

YouTuber by the name of ComradeWarbear, who made a video of him deciphering Big Smoke's order from the numbers to what he could've actually ordered. The way he does this is by going to the official Cluckin' Bell website and using their menu on that, and then by listening to what Big Smoke orders, he concludes that Big Smoke REALLY ordered this:

The Number 9s are a Fillet Burger, the number 6 is the chicken wings, the number 45s is a Fowlburger (one with cheese), the number 7 is a bucket of chicken, and the large soda is seemingly Sprunk (the ingame version of Sprite), but many believe it to be e-Cola (Coca-Cola). Remember - everything he orders comes with fries and a drink.

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