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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by studio1087, May 3, 2019.
Burger King is the Nebraska of Nicolas Cage movies.
Heh! I found it in an image search, but I think you are right.
Try the new Squirrel Burger.
I like the Raising Arizona burger, but the Con Air burger left me with diarrhea.
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I can appreciate bringing awareness. My mom is a good person; she's pushing 90. Her generation wouldn't have talked about it. My dad always believed that depression could be cured by pulling yourself up by the bootstraps (whatever that meant) or by getting a swift kick in the *ss.
I'm glad that people talk about how they feel now.
I think that generally speaking, your dad was right
But, earlier generations looked at things different, for sure.
My folks have told me that their parent's generation's perspective was that you'd go to see the doctor if you were dying. And that was pretty much it.
The only guy I ever knew from Nebraska was a hog farmer. Maybe he was the last guy out.
I'm pretty sure a good swift in the bal** would elicit some profound comments on feelings.
I like Burger King but I'm aware that their burger meals aren't the most healthy so I order two Whopper juniors with no fries or coke. I also ask for extra hot with cheese so they make it fresh and the heat kills any potential germs. Stacking a hash brown in the burger is also a nice upgrade.
I don't eat much fast food anymore. I would consider increasing my patronage with Burger King now, just 'cuz.
In any case, the threat of a 'Sad Meal' is not new to parents of young kids. It works a lot like threatening to call Santa.
Wow! That had the same effect on me as a BK Whopper!
I stack me a hashbrown on almost everything, I loves me a hashbrown stacked on top of my Louisiana hot links egg and cheese ciabatta breakfast sandwich! And it's soooooo good for you!
I'm all for awareness of mental health issues but, people, being occasionally p offed, angry, blue, sad etc. isn't a mental health issue! It's part of the human condition and compels one to seek change, gives a sense of fairness and of right and wrong.
This thread makes me want an Angry Whopper.
I stack a hash brown on my burger about 50% of the time. If they weren't transparent from all the oil I would stack them on all the time. I think the kids at my local burger king skipped the oil draining course.
The reason they call it "angry" is because when you order it, they tell you they're out of them, then you get angry.
Your car won't run without oil right? What makes you think you don't need oil? Huh, Huh, Huh?
I think they're hoping you'll seek a hamburger.
You make a good point but I forgot to mention that the oil is old and burnt up. I prefer to lubricate my innards with fresh oil.