Thursday, November 5, 2009

Random wrongness

Even I am sickened by this.

11 comments:

Geneva Girl said...

I love Shepard Smith. It's a shame that he's on Fox because I refuse to watch the network. Note to Shep: Anybody who would eat this is NOT counting fat grams!

I want to know how much weed the creator of the apocalypse burger was smoking when he came up with that. Talk about an attack of the munchies!

Illmath said...

Funny thing you say that Gneva girl because I have a strange affinity for Ol' Shep as well... Seems kinda like a good guy..

lydia claire said...

You're so on the nose Geneva Girl re: the motivation to create. Hahahaha. Although I'd prefer to try this to the deep-fried butter served at the Texas State Fair.

junebug said...

@ Geneva Girl

Yeah, Smith is the only one I'd watch on a regular basis myself. As for the donut-burger...wow. Just wow. I wonder if you'll be able to buy stocks in funeral homes on the NYSE soon? Seems like a sure bet after this.

Must Love Movies said...

gag
i wonder if it even tastes good. like a sugary bun. not even sugary just plain sugar. i want some k kremes they have em here i just can't remember what towns. i always see people with boxes. i want to meet someone eats this. i know ubm wants to try it.

Undercover Black Man said...

i know ubm wants to try it.

Funny.

But they got Krispy Kremes in Korea? That's deep.

Must Love Movies said...

they sure do and all the other addictive food chains. i was shocked too. if there was one closer to my house there'd be a lot of krispy kreme mornings

eeaster said...

You have short memory. This is the Luther Vandross burger. He was on Oprah years ago taking about being out of hamburger buns and using a Krispy Kreme as the bread. Same episode as when he admitted to eating chicken skin and mayonnaise sandwiches.

Undercover Black Man said...

^ Not a short memory, my friend. Just massive gaps in my cultural knowledge.

bklyn6 said...

Ack.

Don't know which is worse, that 7 patty deep BK whopper they were selling in Japan, or this?

First time I had Krispy Kremes was in N. Carolina 30+ years ago. *swoon* The chain finally made its way to NYC but it didn't last. :-(

'Drea said...

Check out Chef Patrick cooking up some Krispy Kreme Bread Pudding for Chris Paul complete with two dozen donuts, heavy cream, sugar and white chocolate.

The donuts seem decadent all by their lonesome.

http://tinyurl.com/dzlnuc