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Discussion in 'UFC Discussion' started by Megatronlee, Mar 8, 2018.
It's called a chicken sandwich. Burgers are made with beef.
Not where i come from. Why isn't a burger called a beef sandwhich then you tard?
Honestly not really but hey I’m not the sharpest tool in the shed.
Plus I’m a big fan of the hamburger so maybe I got defensive.
A burger is short for hamburger, it supposedly originates from the hamburg steak which was essentially ground beef.. Every dictionary on the planet describes hamburger as ground beef. Nobody cares what you call it in England, English food is notoriously shitty, ya tard.
This guy is pretty funny...
I miss that ham and cheese sandwich for 99 cents. Not sure if you remember it but it was like the long chicken sandwich but with ham,cheese,lettuce,and tomato.
I fucking love Burger King (They call it Hungry Jacks here in Australia).
I R8 the bacon deluxe best, crispy cheesy bacon chicken burgers are good too. And of course, the whopper.
Is the burger branded with the ufc logo?
Chipotle, Cookout, and Chik Fila are damn good fast food fam.
A sandwich is “something (usually but not always incuding meat or cheese) between at least two pieces of bread”. A burger is a patty of chopped meat between two buns (a type of bread). Thus all burgers are sandwiches, but all sandwiches are not burgers.
My brain fooking hurts but I get it now
I only fuck with Chik-Fil-A and In-N-Out.
That's not very descriptive then, you don't know what you're getting. If a chicken burger is a chicken sandwich, then what the hell is this ?
Keep that shit food; you paid four fitty for a conjob.
Thats a chicken sald sandwich
I didn't know Burger King had duck sandwiches! That's crazy!
I liked this post.
It was spicy, but not like “omg this is too spicy” but more of a “ooh, this has a bit of a kick” kind of spicy.
did it have a rich, meaty finish or??
I'm a JoeysWorldTour guy myself
I could have never thought a few years back that watching fat slobs eat Fast Food would have some entertainment value in it