User avatarThe outer limits of burger

Big news in the world of culinary foods! Doctor Burger, senior lecturer in Burgerology at the University of Hamburg, has just published the results of a major new study into the phenomenon of burgertude, sometimes known as the “essence of burger”. His work has helped to map the outer limits of burgerosity.

Dr. Burger has now developed a linear scale on which beefy bundles can be objectively scored. A 99p McDonalds Saver Menu hamburger scores 3 on the burger scale, for example. A pub menu cheeseburger like this one scores a 6.

Salad (with burger and chips on the side)

What, then, is at the far end of the scale, the furthest extent to which it’s possible to push the concept of burgertude?

Dr. Burger would like to present you with his findings. Scoring an unprecedented 18.3 on the burger scale is this mammoth construction.

It contains two hash browns, a whole taco, multiple jalapeno chilis and a full litre of cheesy sauce. It is approximately one metre in height.

Having visited Dr. Burger’s laboratory, I was able to sample this grotesque meal, and I declare it delicious. Afterwards I was so thoroughly coated in grease and cheesy spicy sauce that I had to have a shower and burn my clothes.

I have no regrets.

4 comments to The outer limits of burger

  • Ian

    That’s the kind of burger I could get on board with. In fact, I could share a carriage and possibly even split a banana split with a burger like that.

  • How big is your carriage? This burger takes up a lot of room.

  • Ian

    My carriage can fit my generous booty as well as space for several burgers. I don’t have the dimensions to hand but they’re rather roomy.

  • A roomy booty carriage. That’s the ticket. If you’re going to load up with burgers that’s the sort of conveyance you need.

    I heard your booty was very generous indeed. Can it lend me some money?

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