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    Elite Member Honey's Avatar
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    Default An exhausting way to cook a burger

    A group of inventors have created the Exhaust Burger that allows you to drive and cook burgers at the same time. The exhaust goes through the top of the contraption — don't worry, the exhaust doesn't actually touch the burger — and heats the metal. The metal then cooks the burger, sort of like a George Foreman grill, only there's nowhere for the grease to go. The product is still in the concept phase, but I can see where it could be helpful — no extra fuel or energy needed — however, there's something about it that just seems wrong.

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    No, and that sound's nasty. I don't care if the exhaust doesn't come no where near the and mechanics don't mix!!
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    You could not pay me to do that... the thought of my exhaust cooking my food, much less MEAT... yuck.

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    it just sounds odd. i would try one because if it is not a sure fire way to die i will try it aleast once.

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    doesn't sound right lol

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    Why would I want to cook a burger this way?

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    Quote Originally Posted by qwerty View Post
    Why would I want to cook a burger this way?
    People who are too lazy to go to a drive-thru perhaps? Or maybe commuters who can't stop anywhere to eat before work?

    You would'nt believe how many people would buy useless crap thinking that it'd be useful to them.

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