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What do you usually call burgers?
Well, if it’s the sandwich itself, it’s a burger.
If I want to specify the burger has cheese, it’s a cheeseburger
If I want to specify the burger doesn’t have cheese, it’s a hamburger
If I want to refer to the meat portion of the burger, it’s a patty
If I want to refer to a cooked patty intended to be eaten outside a sandwich, it’s Salisbury steak
If I want to refer to the raw meat used to make a patty, it’s hamburg
I’d only call a burger a sandwich if I’m trying to stress that I’m not talking specifically about a patty or the raw meat or a Salisbury steak, but a full burger
“steamed hams” is not in my vocabulary
Steamed clams? No no I mean steamed hams!
I usually only ever eat burgers from McDonald's so I guess I call burgers by the name they're assigned at Meccas. Like McChicken or Quater Pounder (;))
Other, namely dead animal as I am vegan!
burger. Sandwiches are not the same as burgers.
i have been known to refer to some as heart-attack-in-a-bun. they're normally the ones that would feed an african child for a month, or one obese guy for 5 minutes
Well, you gave me a good chuckle trying to look this one up:
Burgers and maybe hamburgers if I'm talking to my friends from other parts of the country since they refer burgers as hamburgers.
Burger. Cheeseburger if it actually has cheese on it.
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