Do you dress yourself?. I hope this is a joke. chours we Why do they call it a HAM burger if it' s made out of beef? Reply . 16 P' 2 heme we Because ham, bacon  youtube idiot
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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User avatar #40 - moevleboevle
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I thought that all meat came from horses?
#47 to #40 - yunoacceptnumbers
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UK-only :D
User avatar #80 to #47 - arandomanon
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We have the same problem in Spain.
User avatar #50 to #47 - moevleboevle
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we have the same problem in Denmark
#49 to #47 - trollsbetrollin
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very untrue
#70 to #40 - swiftykidd **User deleted account**
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#10 - thorlak
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Hamburger's are named after their place of origin
Hamberg
User avatar #21 to #10 - thepyras
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Indeed. Knowing this,as a child who spent a great deal of time in Gatlinburg, Tennessee, I always thought it would be a great idea to open a restaurant that sold gatlinburgers. I came to find out later that this already existed and my last chance at entrepreneurship was doused like a candle.
User avatar #24 to #10 - taintedangel
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They also probably used to have ham until they found that beef was better for this sandwich.
User avatar #28 to #10 - gorginhanson
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The Hambergians didn't like that
User avatar #33 to #10 - kosicandavid
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First one to eat meat between two pieces of pastry were ancient Romans.... they also invented pizza!! And even have gladiator fights.. What a great culture!!
User avatar #13 to #10 - Edrosty
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Hamburg*
User avatar #14 to #13 - thorlak
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My mistake
User avatar #15 to #14 - Edrosty
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No problem.
#16 to #15 - anon id: 5179e52c
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I love the maturity.
#17 to #16 - blewws
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User avatar #30 to #16 - Edrosty
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Can't tell if sarcasm or..
User avatar #22 to #13 - Crusader
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It's translated phonetically, so either spelling is correct.
User avatar #25 to #13 - ktbmnf
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no its actually Hamberg. google it.
#31 to #29 - ktbmnf
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i told you to google it, not google map it. :p
User avatar #32 to #31 - Edrosty
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The country/city itself in Germany, where the Hamburger came from, is Hamburg. There's places spelled Hamberg sure, but in this context, Hamburg is correct because it's referring to that place in Germany.
#34 to #32 - ktbmnf
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you are right. sorry.
you are right. sorry.
User avatar #35 to #34 - Edrosty
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No problem. Apologies for any inconvenience this may have caused you.
User avatar #36 to #35 - ktbmnf
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the only inconvience my idiocy.
#71 to #32 - anon id: 2465d603
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it didn't actually came from Hamburg... or Germany.

they proved a claim from new york.
User avatar #38 - crostorm
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But isn't hamburger named after Hamburg?
User avatar #41 to #38 - houmand
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You're absolutely wrong. Just like the Frankfurter has nothing to do with Frankfurt.
User avatar #46 to #41 - yonyon
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I'm sorry, but he's right. German emigrants took the concept to the US.
User avatar #64 to #46 - houmand
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Dude. Hamburgers originated in Hamburg, I know. I was being sarcastic.
User avatar #74 to #64 - yonyon
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You should emphasize the connotation a tad more ;).
#48 - kierano
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This is a hamburger
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User avatar #51 - biggathy
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It's called a Hamburger because it originated in Hamburg, Germany.
User avatar #77 to #51 - kiratheunholy
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Beat me to it. One of the fun-facts I like spewing.
Oh well, thumbs.
User avatar #26 - iliketires
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So where does turkey come from, then?
User avatar #27 to #26 - astrozombies **User deleted account**
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obviously comes from pigs. gawd.
#69 - anon id: 686b5d54
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fish comes from cows too and so does horse meat
#72 to #69 - hpnerd
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I thought horse meat was beef though?   
   
Then again, I only work at Tesco... what do I know?
I thought horse meat was beef though?

Then again, I only work at Tesco... what do I know?
User avatar #73 to #72 - happygrowman
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i go there to eat all your free samples.
User avatar #78 to #73 - asterael
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They don't do free samples at my local tescos because all the people from the college near by used to go in there for free lunch
User avatar #81 to #78 - happygrowman
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lol im a college student who does that..... sadly true
#42 - bitchplzzz
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User avatar #67 - bootlegshit
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Last time i checked, bacon came from pigs?
#68 to #67 - myrrdhin
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Musta been long ago. Nowadays, we make our bacon of cows. As well as chicken nuggets. Or salad.
User avatar #76 to #68 - bootlegshit
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Seems like it, since i've been thumbed down
#82 to #76 - myrrdhin
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Being rational leads to downthumbing. You should know that :)
User avatar #4 - bebonkers
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So im guessing im the only one who calls them beef burgers
#43 to #4 - Rockaman
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In Britain we call them horse burgers
User avatar #6 to #4 - SaverofFj [OP]
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I call them beef burgers too.
User avatar #7 to #6 - spikethepony
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But.... it refers to the German village Hamburg, where the Hamburg sandwich, or Hamburger, was first created....
User avatar #11 to #7 - nonouch
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1.8 million people in this village...
User avatar #12 to #11 - spikethepony
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.... Loosely used term, village.
User avatar #8 to #7 - SaverofFj [OP]
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Beef just tells you what it is. Either way is fine but it depends on where you live I suppose