Humor :-)

(Jane) #121

It’s why we are so careful about what goes down our sinks and toilets! We are on our own septic and a fatberg would cost us a pretty penny to have cleaned up!!!

(Ellen) #122

Yep cos fat is bad but pouring it down the drain is a great idea :unamused:

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(Doug) #126

“If you skip the cheese on your hamburger…”


As if!



(John) #128

Based on their math, that’s 113 calories in the single slice of cheese (1 burger per week).

If you skip the BUN, you save about 240 calories.

(Doug) #129

Ha! Touché.

(Jane) #130


You’ll NEVER see an article published that says “if you skip the bun on your cheeseburger you could save 12,480 calories per year”

(Doug) #131

Y’all are on to something here. :smiley:

(Now known as "DR JUICE" - it's just that easy! JUICE DC (Doctor of Comedy)) #132

BigBun controls so many things

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(Doug) #134

She agrees.

Bar and Grill in the U.S. state of Michigan sells these for $400, with one day’s notice. Burger weighs 134 lbs/61 kg with the bun being 50 lbs/23 kg. Considering the meat alone, that’s just under $3 per pound, not bad for a restaurant hamburger. They also have burgers at 12, 6 and 1/2 lbs.

And then somebody else came up with a 777 lb burger.

So… The bar & grill fired up a bigger one yet -


This one was 1794 lbs/814 kg. Plus 300 pounds of cheese, tomatoes, lettuce, pickles and onions. The bun is 250 lbs/113 kg. So, 113,000 grams of bun - that would mess up some low-carb eating.

With 3 days’ notice, they’ll sell you one for $8000.

(Now known as "DR JUICE" - it's just that easy! JUICE DC (Doctor of Comedy)) #135

Gives you time to get really hungry, I guess.

Do they do giant macadamias?

(Bunny) #136

So how would you go about eating that giant burger?

After a long-fast that would look pretty tasty?

Start from the center?


Just become one with the burger. Lie down in the middle of it and let everything work itself out.

(Doug) #138

And after a really short one, too. :yum:

So big it’s mind-boggling. I’m thinking cut a wedge out of the meat, like a piece of pie, trying to keep it less than 5 kg, then take some cheese and vegetables too.

(Becca) #139

Ah, Huffpost.

“Ranch and French dressing were ranked the unhealthiest options of the bunch because of their high sodium (260 milligrams and 240 milligrams, respectively) and fat content (14 grams in ranch including 2.5 grams saturated fat, and 15 grams in French with 1 gram saturated fat).”

(Ken) #140

I’d like to see a few entire sides of bacon cooked and put on those burgers…