January 12, 2005



When I was watching football last weekend, I saw an advertisement for this hideous thing. I actually yelled out in horror when it came on screen. "Fried egg, crisp bacon, hash brown nuggets, cheese, ketchup and a charbroiled all-beef patty on a sesame-seed bun." I’ve wondered when they would manage to make a sandwich that would incorporate both a cow and a chicken. Every major meat group is represented. It almost seems like a joke, or a test to see just how much Americans will consume. It’s the most sloppily American thing I have ever seen.

Speaking of meat, the Jets won a very cool game and the Mets got Carlos Beltran. I am a happy transplanted NY sports fan. I am a red-blooded American male, but there should be protests against the Breakfast Burger.


Spiral Stairs said...

And I thought a sandwich made of syrup-infused pancakes was bad. Sheesh.

By the way, what is with California's strange fascination with all things burger? I mean, I like a good burger as much as the next guy. But it's all weird and cultish out there. My vacation in California in October was my first exposure to In-n-Out, which is basically the state religion. I agree it was good, but c'mon. And there are these gourmet burger places -- we went to one called Father's Office in Santa Monica. Good, but again: c'mon.

And now this objet d'meat.

Henry Baum said...

I hadn’t considered that this wasn’t national. It may be coming to a Hardee’s near you. I’ve heard people debate In-n-Out versus Fatburger. I mean a real debate, like it mattered. People used to put In-n-Out Burger bumper stickers on their cars and remove letters so it said "In-n-Out Urge." There was once an ad campaign where you’d win a prize if you had an In-n-Out bumper sticker on your car. Except a little gremlin would also go around and remove bumper stickers as well. I think this was done so they could legally remove In-n-Out Urge bumper stickers from people’s cars.

Anonymous said...

It's too bad, with all that other meat going on, they could've worked lamb, fish, and shrimp in there somehow. I'm so disappointed. :)

chess h

Anonymous said...

That will cure a hangover, otherwise its good for nothing. KofB

Karlo said...

If they're going to allow the sale of such heart-stoppers, they should also legalize suicide!

Post a Comment

  © Blogger template 'Morning Drink' by Ourblogtemplates.com 2008 / An SEO Wordsmith Production

Back to TOP