Burger me - it's a Google fat attack

Following our recent coverage of the USA's attempt to ease the burden of population by dousing them in burgers and lard, avid Bitterwallet reader Ben has unearthed this treat for your eyes and belly.

Served up by Google staff in New York to celebrate a colleague's birthday - ladies and gentlemen, may we present the Krispy Kreme bacon cheddar cheeseburger. Sweet muscular Jesus:

Image by ccaviness on Flickr. Some rights reserved.

Image by ccavness on Flickr. Some rights reserved.


  • Mungo S.
    want one
  • Ben
    Forgot to say it's named after Luther Vandross, as it's his favourite: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Luther_Burger
  • StauntonLick
    According to the CDC, 34% of Americans are obese. Of the rest, another 34% are overweight. That means if you're American and of normal weight you're actually in the minority. And now we know why...
  • Palmface
    @StauntonLick You only realise that now? I think it's been evident for quite a long time now!! Watch Man Vs Food if you want some prime examples of how 'portion control' is a non-existant term Stateside!
  • klingelton
    has anyone eaten at Wendy's? greasiest nastiest burger i've ever eaten. Still ate it though!
  • Stewie G.
    Fat bastards
  • PaulH
    That actually looks really good...Come on Maccy D's catch up!
  • The B.
    Wendy's burgers are the nectar of the meat based Gods, I hate that they've pulled out of the UK, I would happily suckle at their greasy cholesterol laden teat for eternity.
  • Bob
    Before you start slamming the US, the UK is quite fatty to http://www.nationmaster.com/graph/hea_obe-health-obesity
  • Discussion D.
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  • Nobby
    > That means if you’re American and of normal weight you’re actually in the minority. That means if you’re American and of healthy (or less-than healthy) weight you’re actually in the minority. Normal weight in the US is overweight.
  • Nobby
    I don't realy see why you'd put sugar on a burger. If the burger is decent meat, then you'd lose the flavour by covering it in a sugary bun. But then, I find it astonishing when people buy a gourmet style burger, then cover it in ketchup.
  • Willy-wonka
    mmmm doughnuts... erm actually I mean... mmm boygers. A classic combination!
  • Ben
    you can get meat cooked in a sugar glaze... I guess it's the low-tech version of the same thing. And you answered your own question - it's a cafeteria burger. It's not going to be prime, is it?
  • -]
    I think it is because it is a donut, and donuts are generally sugary. Still a shit idea. And yeah, it isn't just the USA - the UK is almost as unhealthy. Although Australia takes the title of fattest nation on earth.
  • Steve L.
    This explains why Luther Vandross is so shit.
  • glee f.
    that looks like spunk on those buns
  • Raven
    Meh. Forget the donut. I like my burgers with a straight honey-glaze. ...Actually, I've never done that, but now that I've thought of it, I'll have to try it. Brush on some honey while grilling my burgers... I'm drooling already...
  • Yes B.
    [...] proudly presented a variety of increasingly spectacular ways in which cooked meat can kill you by turning your arteries into sweet, sweet lard. We thought we’d seen them all. Until now. Ladies and gentlemen, may we proudly present the [...]
  • Argenis
    That looks so fucking Good!

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