Honestly, we all have a soft corner for wholesome burgers. The word itself triggers the taste buds. The joy of relishing a piping hot burger loaded with a juicy patty is unbeatable (literally). And, we don't need a special day or occasion to walk into our favourite restaurant for lip-smackingly delicious fast food. Do we? But there is one thing everyone will relate to: the conversation that takes place at the counter. Do you want cheese or mayo? Any dips? Extra patty? Well, we know this very thought screams relatable from miles away. And, now, we have a video of a man who has shared his ROFL take on it. The user spoke on everyone's behalf when he said that the usual chat session at any burger counter makes him feel tired. From the cheese and mayo enquiries to adding extra patties, Anil Singh, who is a comedian (as per his bio), said that most of the time we say yes due to peer pressure. And, we end up paying more than Rs 500 for a burger. Scream, relatable? Wait, it doesn't end here.
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The comedian then added he would go to a “Gupta ji's shop and have a fried burger for Rs 10.” At one point, he even compared the burger to the famous South Indian dish - dosa. Sharing the video on Instagram, he wrote, “Or to or ketchup b ni dete bharpet. [They don't even give sufficient ketchup].” Watch the full video below:
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The video has made us laugh out loud. Referring to the point where Anil Singh got frustrated about the toppings, a user said, “Eent pattar mulethi chawal bajri cement.”
Another suggested that he should try “pav bhaji burger.”
Some of them were not convinced by the “Rs 10 ka burger” option. A few wanted to know the name and place of the shop that sells it.
A person said, “With cheese without cheese to puchte bhi nahi hai.. bolte hai single cheese or double cheese mostly log to double cheese sunkar single cheese ka order karte confuse itna kar dete hai apni baato se .. jabki khana unko without cheese hota hai ..yehi inki USP hoti hai [The cafes simply ask cheese or without the cheese. It's their USP. They confuse the customers who end up ordering burgers with cheese, even though they don't want it.]
So what do you have to say about it? Have you ever come across such a situation?
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