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Old 05-02-2013, 11:06 PM
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World's Oldest Burger?

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Re: World's Oldest Burger?

That's disgusting.

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Re: World's Oldest Burger?

I have one from Mcdonalds that's almost a year and a half. I also have one from Sonic that's a year and two months old. They look the same as when I bought them.

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Re: World's Oldest Burger?

I thought it was cool when my brothers used to freeze snowballs and throw them on July 4th, but, I don't keep food that long.

I'm a date checker and smell everything before I eat it.

Did either of your burgers smell bad?

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Re: World's Oldest Burger?

now you're giving me a reason to believe that if eat mcdonald's I'll be immortal.

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Old 05-05-2013, 11:00 PM
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Re: World's Oldest Burger?

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now you're giving me a reason to believe that if eat mcdonald's I'll be immortal.

You may be I was never really sure what those burgers were made of. I'm not sure I want to know.

We've been sticking to Omaha Steaks, but, I don't like their regular burgers. Too greasy!

I used to like Wendy's and Burger King better. I liked the Angus burgers from Burger King, but, as with everything I like, it's discontinued!

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Re: World's Oldest Burger?

Well theyre pretty dehydrated so that def cuts down on mold and fungus and my guess the bugs would of eaten it if they had the chance

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Re: World's Oldest Burger?

People are morons, obviously if the burger dries out it wont rot or decay nearly as fast as it would in a humid moist environment where mould and fungi along with decomposition would take its toll.

Its essentially mummified.

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Re: World's Oldest Burger?

there was a woman that did this and came to my school for a assembly presentation.

if you're interested, take a McD's milkshake and let it sit out for a few hours or days... see what happens. it doenst turn into milk like you'd think

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there was a woman that did this and came to my school for a assembly presentation.

if you're interested, take a McD's milkshake and let it sit out for a few hours or days... see what happens. it doenst turn into milk like you'd think

They separate into layers of who knows what?

I don't drink them either.

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