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May 18, 2018 53 min
It’s our 15s, tiaras and tulle for everyone…we gladly welcome abuelitas …as we lose Toys R Us, remember Playworld…retail jobs lead to misery…maybe trucks’ souls can be stolen…frita vs fritanga…tourists know nothing…George Motz’s Hamburger America…one stoplight town = great burger…cue the construction…maybe we’ve all eaten slug burgers…drive-thrus led to frozen patties…the incredible shrinking BK chicken sandwich…let’s all order the unofficial Burger Beast special at McDs…craving some Culvers frozen custard…can you count the times DJ says Burger Beast…orgasming at In/Out, there’s a joke in there somewhere…save Pincho Factory hot dog…stick to ice cream Dairy Queen…Croquetapalooza…Cuba had its Julia Child…check your IG daily, listeners…download the Burger Beast app kids & visit the Burger Museum starting June 1…stop staring at us Mayor McCheese …our first double last soda of the dessert…
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