Cheeseburger (in Off-topic)


[T]Vestax October 21 2005 11:09 PM EDT

Lu Bu[willsue] October 21 2005 11:10 PM EDT

side of fries

smallpau1 - Go Blues [Lower My Fees] October 21 2005 11:10 PM EDT

?

(CB1)logan666 [Jago] October 21 2005 11:11 PM EDT

vanilla shake ;)

Untouchable [The Knighthood] October 21 2005 11:11 PM EDT

LOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLLOLOL

tscm October 21 2005 11:11 PM EDT

blubber bloober glutterblynuxis @ yooh, cheesebooger

Untouchable [The Knighthood] October 21 2005 11:13 PM EDT

/me is laughing still.......am sorry, but this post is cool...

Lu Bu[willsue] October 21 2005 11:15 PM EDT

/me eats a cheeseburger

so thats why he makes a post about this...its so delicious

QBsutekh137 October 21 2005 11:38 PM EDT

Big Kahuna Burger? That's that Hawaiian burger joint, right?

*chomp*

Mmmmmm...that is a TASTY burger! You mind if I have a drink of your tasty beverage to wash this down?

AdminQBnovice [Cult of the Valaraukar] October 21 2005 11:50 PM EDT

Cheeseburger.....Cheeseburger Cheeseburger...

gooey muppet October 22 2005 4:08 AM EDT

props to Sutekh!

You know my girlfriends a vegetarian which means basically i am too.

AdminG Beee October 22 2005 4:51 AM EDT

mmm, haggis burger :)

QBJohnnywas October 22 2005 5:19 AM EDT

It's the deep fried mars bar that's most disturbing about that menu....

Stephen October 22 2005 5:22 AM EDT

So what went off the menu at number 3? And did the price of deep fried mars bars go up or down?

Grim Reaper October 25 2005 4:46 AM EDT

And they say america has the most fattest food around... That is a lot of fried food lol.

QBBast [Hidden Agenda] October 25 2005 4:48 AM EDT


And how is "Scottish Lemonade" different from the generic variety?

QBJohnnywas October 25 2005 4:54 AM EDT

Scottish lemonade has no lemons. Cheaper that way....

Will [Retired] October 25 2005 4:55 AM EDT

Now I've certainly never heard of any scots eating salad ;)

QBJohnnywas October 25 2005 4:56 AM EDT

On the other hand my Grandfather was a Scot. If he had described 'scottish lemonade' I might have thought that it was more commonly known as whisky.....

QBJohnnywas October 25 2005 4:59 AM EDT

*whiskey

AdminG Beee October 25 2005 4:59 AM EDT

duh - It's Scottish.

Surely that's enough of a description to explain why it's better. Most likely it has no added badness. It's simply made with a squish of real lemon two pints of water and half a sugar mountain...

You may have noticed that we Scots don't really do "healthy". ;)
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