Introducing The Scientifically Proven Best Way To Eat A Burger Without Spillage (Bonus – My Employees Don’t Know the Difference Between A Hamburger and Cheeseburger)
Kataku - A while back, Japanese television show Honma Dekka!? had three researchers—experts in fluid mechanics, engineering, and dentistry—try to figure out the best way to hold and eat a large hamburger. Apparently, they spent four months researching this. For science. The researchers did a 3D scan of a hamburger, trying to figure out how the particles interacted while holding a large hamburger. Using the data, they showed that the typical way to hold a burger—thumbs on the bottom and fingers on top—results in pushing the contents of the burger out of the buns. As you can see, the thumbs and the pinkies are on the bottom. The middle three fingers on each hand are on the top. As you can see the burger is divided visually into equal parts. If the burger is held uniformly, then its contents shouldn’t spill out of the burger’s backside.
Nothing is fucking easy around here. This was supposed to be a simple video testing whether this was the best way to eat a hamburger. Well just like last time we did a burger video it degenerated into chaos. I wish the cameras were rolling longer because this argument went on for 30 minutes. The guy I’m arguing with is Louis. He does Sales here. Long and short of it is this. He says he knows what a hamburger is, but nobody orders burgers without cheese so when somebody specifically orders a Hamburger it automatically reverts to a cheeseburger. He’s being dead serious. You think it’s easy over here? It’s not.