The burger that looks like a biology lesson

Sweet muscualr Jesus. It resembles a sex education film, but it's actually a movie of a takeaway burger. Avid Bitterwallet Consumerist reader Andrew got his meal home to discover the chef had cooked his burger merely by breathing on it for a number of seconds.

Andrew received a gift voucher for his troubles but, in a manner typical of a mewling Englishman rather than a non-nonsense Yank, he got his wife to phone the restaurant and complain on his behalf:

[The Consumerist]


  • PokeHerPete
    Bloody Yanks coming over here under cooking our food.
  • Simon B.
    They all look like that in France and taste better for it. That pussy needs to man up and get into barely warm food that still has a heart beat.
  • Brian's U.
    i haven't tried a medium rare burger in france and take your word for it, however over here the burgers are, believe it or not, made from prime sirloin steak. Therefore it is probably not wise to eat one that hasn't been well cooked.
  • dunfyboy
    "It resembles a sex education film" Christ! Whose fanny have you been fingering!
  • DodgyBurgersRUs
    Thankfully the nearest Applebees to the UK is in Greece. Even McD & BK can't screw up a burger that badly here
  • Stu
    That's not bad I always ask for my burger rare it tastes better FACT
  • Slick G.
    [...] The burger that looks like a biology lesson | BitterWallet [...]
  • Paul N.
    Medium rare burger is great as long as it's made from proper fresh steak. I'd never risk eating medium rare from a chain fast food restaurant. Having said that, the finger probing of meat with the sticky sounds pretty much made me ill.
  • Amy W.
    dunfyboy, I know what you're trying to insinuate, and you can go fuck yourself.

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