Thursday, February 14, 2013

Watertown the Test Market for Nine-Patty Super Burger....And We Ate It Up

      Let me write the lead for this British tabloid story.
    
      A national chain famous for big burgers used Watertown's Salmon Run Mall as the test market for a nine-patty, grease and cheese-laden hamburger....It went over so well here, Jake's Wayback Burgers is going to start offering the 2,000 calorie monster at all its 64 stores.
      Watertown consumers are known for their super-sized appetites. Remember how everyone used to fuss over the Barnes Corners Hotel, because the meat was served hanging over the side of the plate....Well, the tradition continues, but I really wonder whether being test marketed for wretched excess and gluttony is a good thing.
Jake's Wayback Burgers: Fast-food chain begins selling hamburger containing NINE patties | Mail Online

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

How come there isn't a Hooters in Watertown?

Anonymous said...

Can i buy one with my EBT card ?

cat rancher said...

ha that's so funny. :)

Anonymous said...

Bloomberg wouldnt allow big pepsis to be sold in NY why are you allowing this travesty to happen.. Some mayor heh Hitler.... Happy Valentines day Mayor, keep up the good work on this blog...
Oh by the way another few days has past can you tell me what your wonder for Congress has offered to do for the community or surrounding area.. Any contributions ..l Anything....Next election please back Hoffman

Anonymous said...

I'm sure you can, 5:08. They probably take WIC checks too.

ray lear said...

I think one thing was missed or just not understood about ordering this burger. You can share it.

Anonymous said...

Ought to call thatthe Fat AZZ cardiac special ! hell withALL the OBESE people i see at The Salmon Run Mall all the time they will sell like crazy and SMC cardiac patient count will spike up .When i am waiting for my wife at the makl i often casually observe the scene and my informal ratio of OBESE people to those in the healthy weight range runs about 3 to 1 .

nice move fastfood industry. AS IF we need ro PROMOTEany more Obesityin this country. !!! These grotequely overweight people are addicts of a differant sort and cost ALL of us dearly in med insurance premiums ro cover their lack of self control and THIS MOVE by the FF industry is irresponsible ,like dangling booze in front of an alcoholic