Five ton hamburger…I lost $900,001 at airports…Fharl Courie…8301 pounds of ground beef. Oh, right — 5001 pound grill. Over to you, Jason.
One time I cooked a burger on a 5,001-pound grill, and Heinz was very grateful to me for upping the sale of ketchup.
Farl Chourie Would that flame thrower thing be legal to own in the United States?
May the Lord be with you.
I have a device on my car to deter millennial carjackers. It’s called a manual transmission.
So the meat outweighed the grill? I guess they didn’t count the weight of the cinder blocks surrounding it.
I want to see the spatula that flipped over this steak!
Vegetarians must have been outraged!
Years ago, I read something about a ginormous sundae that would have taken 50 people or more to eat.
I remember one time I forgot to pick up a necklace off the security conveyor belt at Seattle SeaTac, and on the way back I checked with the lost and found and retrieved it, yeah, It was round-trip, connection flight, luckily same airport.
They’re going to need a huge slice of cheese!
So, Elon Musk makes flame throwers, and cars. He is from South Africa. Just thinking.
I hope they cooked that burger to 165F!
So the car jackers started firing their guns at the drivers from a safe distance.
May the Lord be with you… and gesundheit.
Somebody has to add this comment: “You want fries with that?”
So the burger weighed more than 1 1/2 times what the grill weighs.
Who flipped that bad boy?
OK, I’ll ask – how did they flip the burger? I want to see the spatula.
Where did that money go to at airports? Customs officers have deep pockets?
The carjacker remains were then sold to the cannibals in KwaZulu-Natal province for a tidy profit.
The TSA denies an investigation finding of grossly under reporting traveler’s lost money.
The Chick-fil-A sponsored event was protested by the Outagamie County Dairy Association.
Hey..Seymour, Wisconsin…….WHY? ;o]
Seymour, WI, is where all of Clara Peller’s beef is!
What a waste of perfectly good ground beef.
If they put those “theft deterrent” modifications on cars in St. Louis, a lot less would get stolen…
Show us a picture of the spatula!
I would like to see video footage of that giant hamburger being flipped. I also heard about the flamethrower thing, though it makes you wonder just how big a problem car jacking had to be that adding a James Bond option to cars became a profitable option.
I can relate to losses at checkpoints. The TSA agents stole things from my scanned carry-ons several times. I started putting my dirty underwear on top.
Was that car in a RoboCop commercial?
What piece of machinery did they use to flip their burger?
That anti-carjacker device looks like something Q would have developed for James Bond’s Aston Martin
Hm-m-m, That flamethrower gives me an idea concerning speeding tickets…
Seymour Wisconsin … where you can see more.