BURGER SUPER FACTS
BEFORE YOU'RE FAT ASS MAKES A LATE NIGHT RUN TO BURGER KING...READ UP ON SOME SUPER FACTS. WARNING: DON'T EAT YOUR GREASEY HAMBURGER OVER THE COMPUTER AS YOU READ THIS.
- June is the biggest month for beef sales in restaurants, with nearly 800 million pounds of beef consumed in this month alone in 2005.
- Denny's Beer Barrel Pub in Clearfield, Pennsylvania has offered a 6 pound hamburger, named Ye Olde 96er (6 pounds = 96 ounces) since 1998. It comes garnished with 2 whole tomatoes, 1/2 head of lettuce, 12 slices of American cheese, a cup of peppers, 2 whole onions, plus large quantities of mayonnaise, ketchup and mustard. No one has been able to finish one.
- Liberty Cabbage was the alternative name created during World War I, used to refer to Sauerkraut, to avoid using words from the enemies language. A hamburger was referred to as a 'Liberty Sandwich,' and German Measles were 'Liberty Measles.'
- On average, Americans eat 3 hamburgers a week.
Via: Hamburger Festival