What if everyday you couldn't wait to get home to eat cheeseburgers? While you were at work, you thought about the cheeseburger you couldn't wait to eat later. You ate cheeseburgers while you did mundane tasks/chores to make them more enjoyable, but that just prolonged the task bc you were also eating a cheeseburger. When you went to watch a sunset or to the park, you thought cheeseburgers would make this so much better, so you brought one along. Starting up a movie? let me prepare my cheeseburger real quick so we can have it while we watch. You shared your cheeseburgers with others, "Hey want some?" Many times you had a cheeseburger before bed too bc you thought it helps you sleep. You snuck away from family/friends at parties to have your cheeseburger. You avoided and missed opportunities to meet up with family/friends because you were too busy eating cheeseburgers. You spent hundreds of dollars per month on cheeseburgers. You worried about not having enough cheeseburgers for... keep reading on reddit ➡
Warning: If fast food or cheeseburgers are your thing, maybe skip this post.
Last night, I was at a work meeting that provided dinner: cheeseburgers from my favorite fast food place. (To be fair, maybe it’s a step or two above “fast food”.) I ate one. It was delicious.
As the meeting wrapped up, we ended up with two extra burgers. They were about to throw them out, when I offered to take them home - in case my SO wanted one, of course.
This, as we all know, was a load of crap. I fully planned to demolish one of those burgers on the long drive home.
But as I started the drive, smelling the still-hot burgers sitting next to me, I thought… No. This isn’t who I am anymore. In the old days, I probably would have eaten the one burger for dinner and ate BOTH of the extra burgers on the way home.
I would have gone to bed sick. Physically, emotionally, spiritually… There’s something about a fast food binge that just feels like rock bottom. Maybe because that’s my particula... keep reading on reddit ➡
Here is the link to his tweet: https://twitter.com/CheeseburgerROH/status/1286850701612781568
Here are some of the answers in there, which I found very nice/interesting/surprising!
Kevin Owens: Watching Bryan Kendrick (he told Sami Zayn he was going to quit wrestling after that)
More from Kevin Owens (names Paul London, Super Dragon, Matt Sydal, Finlay amongst others)
Sami Zayn: Joey Mercury (After a tag match with KO vs Mercury and Jimmy Jacobs)
[Nick Aldis: PCO](https:... keep reading on reddit ➡
Listen, if I can't just take a bite of the burger you made me without needing to learn origami to get it down to a manageable size, it's not well crafted, defeats the point of the burger, and detracts from the overall dining experience.
I don't care if you put Excalibur sticking out the top of it, I shouldn't have to cut it or press it down with the flat of the knife to eat it. I shouldn't have to smoosh the ingredients and juices to hell and back to get it to fit.
As a side note, if you need a toothpick or some such device to hold your toppings in the burger, it's also poorly designed. I didn't come to your restaurant to finish preparing my own meal. Make your food edible as presented or change the recipe.
A burger doesn't need to be big to be flavorful. I should be able to enjoy it as is without a hydraulic press.
Edit: I'll clarify that if advertised as such, a massive burger is perfectly acceptable, but if your default "cheeseburger," as ordered, comes out on a forklift, you... keep reading on reddit ➡
The title says it all. A good cheeseburger is the best meat based meal on the planet. The combination of the meat, cheese, and a good bun is a perfect combination. A single steak with seasoning and sauce really doesn't compare. Lamb chops, lobster, ham, or any other kind of meat you can think of just doesn't compare.
I'm not talking about fast food garbage or some inferior diner burger. But a good cheeseburger with a fresh bun (the most important piece) and high grade meat.
That’s all I wanted to say. Thanks.
I work at a very large franchise fast food restaurant, and while most customers have no problem with their order, we get the occasional one that is baffled by the simplest of things. Take this one woman who wanted a hamburger. What she actually ordered was a cheeseburger, no cheese. I don’t know how things are at other burger selling joints, but literally the only difference between a cheeseburger and a hamburger where I work is the cheese. Otherwise they are identical, they have exactly the same ingredients. So I put through a hamburger. If I put through a cheeseburger no cheese the kitchen would think I’ve lost it and it doesn’t (or shouldn’t) make any difference to the customer. So her hamburger comes out, in a wrapper that says hamburger, she takes it, pauses and then turns back to me.
W: sorry, but I ordered a cheeseburger no cheese ME: Yes, sorry, a cheeseburger with no cheese is exactly the same as a hamburger so I just put through a hamburger W: I ordered a cheeseburger thou... keep reading on reddit ➡