Wednesday, September 26, 2007

Coming soon (now) to a computer near you...Hamblogger!

You're probably asking yourself, "Hamblogger? What's that? Is it about hamburgers?"

A: Yes!

Q: "What about CHEESEburgers? Will HAMblogger review those, too?"

A: Yes!

Q: "But Hamblogger refers to hamburgers, right?"

A: Yes!

Q: "Wait, but aren't hamburgers and cheeseburgers two completely different species of sandwich, like how a pizza is technically an open-faced sandwich if you really stop to think about it, and how a tomato is really a fruit, but everyone thinks it's a vegetable?"

A: No. Chillax.

Hamblogger is the source for all your hamburger-related needs, inquiries, reviews, and paraphernalia. We'll review hamburgers, the joints we find them in, and the condiments we put on them. We'll reveal our personal burger philosophies, answering age-old questions like "Are sesame seeds of the devil?" and "What's this hard thing I bit into?" And we'll do so from all over North America (and even THE WORLD) with our crack squad of licensed, bonded, certified Hamburger Aficionados. There's a secret handshake and everything.

So strap on a feed-bag and fill your colon with some good ol' fashioned Hamblogger meat! Here's to avoiding the mad cow!

(Co-authored by Pamela Kerpius, who finally made me start this thing. And screamed in my face as I wrote it. Thanks, Pam.)


Karen said...

Guess veggie burgers don't count, huh? And then there are turkey burgers, buffalo/bison burgers, and ostrich burgers... all of which I can vouch for as very tasty! Is this to be an all-inclusive blog? Or do you discriminate based on species?

P.L. Kerpius said...

Hells no, Karen---ALL of that counts. What resident vegetarian do you think will be covering veggie burger territory? Helllooooo?!

Brent said...

I knew someone who got violently ill after eating a Schoops burger so I'd stay away from there if I were you. Unless ofcourse it would be helpful to the readers of this blog to know which burgers may make them regret not being a vegetarian.