I could have nailed this in school if it was a test. Like 100% nailed it. The best fast food items at each major chain.

We don't have all these establishments in West Michigan (and a couple we should. Yeah I'm looking right at you, White Castle and Chick-Fil-a) But you have probably heard of them. Thanks to Thrillist "BREAKING DOWN THE SINGLE BEST ITEM AT EVERY MAJOR FAST-FOOD CHAIN"

Arby's: Beef 'n Cheddar
The allure of bright-yellow cheese sauce can never be overestimated, but nowhere has it found a home as comforting as it does cascading over a pile of slightly off-color roast beef, where it commingles with the tangy Arby's sauce and finds the perfect punctuation with the juicy bits of onion in that perfectly dense bun

Culver’s: Cheddar ButterBurger with Bacon
With its frozen custard and fried cheese curds, Culver's is pretty much the equivalent of taking a bite out of the state of Wisconsin. But nothing tops the legendary ButterBurger. The secret to its deliciousness is the sharp Wisconsin cheese, the huge, crispy-on-the-edges patties of beef, and the smoky bacon working together with Korine levels of harmony.

McDonald's: The Big Mac
First of all, the sandwich is named after the store. The Quarter Pounder isn’t the Quarter Pound Mac. The Filet-o-Fish isn’t the, um, Fish Mac. Who cares if the sauce is really Thousand Island dressing? Mickey D’s started the trend of burger places pretending that Thousand Island dressing was some kind of secret sauce invented by doctors in underground bunkers. Now combine all those things -- the pickles, the definitely-not-Thousand-Island sauce, the two all-beef patties, lettuce, cheese, and the AMAZING LACK OF TOMATO.

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