DailyDirt: Burger Innovations From Around The World

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The USA has no monopoly on hamburger innovations. Sure, Americans probably eat more burgers than any other country, and we came up with the drive-thru and drive-in processes for burger orders. But the possibilities for burgers have no limits, and here are just a few global developments in the world of burger technology.

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Anonymous Coward of Esteemed Trollingsays:

How to troll an American

#Lesson 1
Tell them the truth about their big ass inducing burgers.

Why are American burgers not featured in the article ?
They are the most outlandishly disgusting burgers in the world.

hmmmmm….. has epiphany

You ate them all… didn’t you.
Now it’s time to invade other countries and eat theirs.

The Americans race to achieve “Type 9001 diabetes” continues

Anonymous Coward of Esteemed Trollingsays:

Re: Re: Re: Re: How to troll an American

Someone is very over protective of their countries outlandish burgers.
Let me assist your in you aim to achieve, “Blind Patriot Of The Year”

Yes …. original American Hamburgers from Hamburg, Germany after USA ruined the recipe.

exhibit a)
Pink slime burgers with BONUS ammonia. hmmmm sounds delicious
http://gossiponthis.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/03/pink-slime-1.jpg

exhibit b)
heart attack grill
http://img.ibtimes.com/www/data/images/full/2012/02/16/234125-heart-attack-grill.jpg

exhibit c)
The results of the improved recipe
http://images.paraorkut.com/img/funnypics/images/f/fat_american-12714.jpg
http://www.lifeslittlemysteries.com/images/i/704/iFF/fat-man-hamburger-02.jpg?1324322062
http://www.susanweinernutrition.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/08/fat_american_walking_dog_from_car-1.jpg
http://2pep.com/funny%20pics/very%20funny%20hilarious%20strange%20pictures%20cool%20images/27/super_funny_hilarious_worlds%20funniest_pictures_of_scooters-fat-people-2.jpg

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