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Duck

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So,..... Pineapple on square cut pizza? Ketchup on hot dogs? What else can we argue about?

Overhand or underhand toilet paper roll? Ford or Chevy? ELDs good or bad? Come on, let's see some broken bones.

Or at least some pulled hair and scratching. 😅
 

Rigjockey

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Germans make some damned fine beer! 👍 Lowenbrau, A damned fine beer!:thumbsup:

I learned today that the British are still pissed off with the Germans, To the point they will not call a burger a hamburger. They call it a beef burger. That is some kind of grudge right there!:dunno:
 

Injun

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Germans make some damned fine beer! 👍 Lowenbrau, A damned fine beer!:thumbsup:

I learned today that the British are still pissed off with the Germans, To the point they will not call a burger a hamburger. They call it a beef burger. That is some kind of grudge right there!:dunno:
Yeh, consideting hamburgers originated in the US and had nothing to do with the German city of Hamburg.
Come to think of it, those Brits might still be bitter over the Revolutionary War and the War of 1812, too.
 

Rigjockey

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Yeh, consideting hamburgers originated in the US and had nothing to do with the German city of Hamburg.
Come to think of it, those Brits might still be bitter over the Revolutionary War and the War of 1812, too.
That may very well be that hamburgers were invented in the USA.
But, That does Not negate the fact that HAMBURG is in the name HAMBURGer and the Brits refuse to say Hamburger! They rather call it a beef burger. :cool:
 

Rigjockey

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They also call a ****ter a "loo," and a bathroom a "water closet."

:dunno:
I hear ya, They say things differently. Like they say Beef Burger instead of Hamburger.
I am pretty sure that is where the debate began and now we have come full circle.
 

Duck

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That may very well be that hamburgers were invented in the USA.
But, That does Not negate the fact that HAMBURG is in the name HAMBURGer and the Brits refuse to say Hamburger! They rather call it a beef burger. :cool:
But you get all offended when we say "Canadian bacon" referring to that dried up ham we invented completely on our own with zero input from any Canadian. 😉
 

Ontario Outlaw

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Yeh, consideting hamburgers originated in the US and had nothing to do with the German city of Hamburg.
Come to think of it, those Brits might still be bitter over the Revolutionary War and the War of 1812, too.
Hey, is it once or twice now the White House has been burnt now?

No hard feelings over Canada torching your presidents house? :D
 

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