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October 31, 2017


Controversy erupts over where to put the cheese in a cheeseburger emoji.

(Thanks to Le Petomane)


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I don't like cheese on my burgers, so they are all wrong.

BTW, what's a 'emoji'?

At least Fox News is covering the important issues.

Once everyone involved gets this resolved, they can all return to their mothers' basements.

Over the top, just like toilet paper. Discussion over.

The laws of cheeseburger thermodynamics dictate that the cheese must be placed directly above the burger component in order to provide maximum thermal conduction [for optimum meltiness]. Other components may be placed anywhere, although placement of lettuce directly under the meat can be considered a bad lifestyle choice.

I generally avoid this conundrum by ordering a patty melt.

fractalist is correct.

So let it be written, so let it be done.

Added to the Rules of Fractalist page 12, verse 21.

"If anyone breaks the law of Cheeseburger Thermodynamics, the offender shall be removed from employment and be forced to make his living working night shift at a Chuck E. Cheese for a period of one year. That'll learn them!

Has anyone had the nerve to try the 'pre-fab' cheeseburgers with the cheese INSIDE the meat?

Feed the cheese to the cows. Problem solved.

Is it okay to note that most fast food cheeseburgers no longer feature 'real cheese" but something akin to "processed and stablised cheese-flavored spread"?

Definitely, a first world problem. On to whether the poop emoji curls clockwise or counterclockwise above the equator.

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