food for thought (really? no.)

September 11th, 2005

Do natives of Hamburg know the history of the hamburger? Are they proud that it's more popular than the frankfurter and the wiener?

This is a gray'ish thought I think (hope he doesn't get offended by that comparison)..

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8 Responses to "food for thought (really? no.)"

  1. Erik says:

    I didn't know the hamburger had anything to do with Hamburg. Does it?

  2. numerodix says:

    Stands to reason, doesn't it? (For the record, no I didn't research it.)

  3. Erik says:

    Hmm I'm not buying it :D

  4. numerodix says:

    Funny, I did see you buy it (and eat it) several times :mute:

  5. Erik says:

    Those were CHICKENburgers :stuckup:

  6. numerodix says:

    Well it's still called a hamburger, be it with chicken or anything else. But ultimately, I see this argument converging into the chicken-and-the-egg dilemma so I'm not going to pursue it. :D

  7. Erik says:

    yay :party: I win :D

  8. Faisal says:

    Yeah when I was a kid I always wondered why they were called Ham-burgers when they didn't have any ham, it was against my religion to eat ham.... So anyway Numerodix unblock me from XT at 12.00am GMT in 2 and a half hours, since it would of been one week since my ban, I would of PMed you but Im banned and I need to get some information off a few members.