Blog: Chris Brook-CarterMeat feast

Chris Brook-Carter | 29 September 2003

As the annual drinkathon that is Munich's Oktoberfest continues in full flow, we came across this story today. Dodgy burger vans the length and breadth of Europe, who ply their trade outside the continent's bars and nightclubs, could well be the next venue for fast-living cool, armed with the latest double-cheese energy burgers.

For the full story visit: http://www.ananova.com/news/story/sm_820477.html

What is most amazing about this little gem, is that the owner of this particular innovation claims to have already consumed, along with his family, 5,000 of these meat-flavoured prozac alternatives. One presumes he is either constantly crawling up the walls or too fat to get out of his chair.

http://www.ananova.com/news/story/sm_820477.html


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