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August 24, 2009


Chocolate Bear

You know damn well that $35 for a loco-moco is madness, no matter what the quality of the other ingredients they are more than offset by the presence of fried spam....

Don't do it.

From Behind


Why is it called "hamburger" when there is no pig involved?
Yes I can wikipedia it or some shit, but I like making you explain things.

Slowly. With small words. in s m a l l letters.


Hamburger -> inexpensive chopped beef originally made by and for German-American immigrants; some say it was named by folks directly from Hamburg, Germany, others say the name is attributed to a pre-existing German dish, Hamburg steak (salisbury-steak)

more on hamburgers!

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