By 635CSi - / Wednesday 6 June 2012 05:23 / United States - San Diego
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Maybe he meant the corn hole has no corn in it.

By  tony1891  |  22

there is Ham in hamburger That's why they call it HAMburger. Lol.

  free2speak  |  14

The joke's on all of you since I'm pretty sure he meant there is "ham" in "HAMburger" as in saying there is "Sp" in "Speak".. why else would he emphasize it?

  anythingmustbe  |  18

there is no ham is a hamburger it just means a burger with you out cheese

  BunchieRules  |  31

Many assume they call it hamburger because of the city Hamburg, Germany. But I'm not actually sure if that's where the name comes from. And 5, congratulations on your first comment.


27, 28, 44-- they're named after the hamburg steak. A beef dish consisting of ground beef (usually mixed with seasonings and sometimes onions) pressed into a patty, cooked and then served like a steak. Eventually someone got the idea to throw it on a bun, and thus was born the "hamburger"

  devore504  |  7

hamburgers are named for the city . i read it.in a history book

  gurly98  |  13

You guys are dumbasses Hamburgers are 100% beef but they were made in HAMBURG GERMANY and its called a HAMBURGer

  falon142012  |  22

some book said something about back in the caveman days, people used to just eat piles of raw meat. and they got the idea to cook it. and the location was somewhere around hamburg. but that's probably wrong. how would anyone know where cavemen first cooked meat? lol

  UltraRice  |  0

You guys overlook things. The letters "H", "A", and "M" are in consecutive order in the word "Hamburger". Get it now? It was a play on the word. Tony was referring to the spelling rather than a physical hamburger.

  43bubba34  |  25

The ground meat used to make a hamburger, is also called hamburger. The ground meat was invented in Hamburg, Germany. The hamburger (the sandwich) was invented in New Haven, CT.

By  qchabs4lifeqc  |  7

Well they should change that cakes name...

  tswizz  |  13

It's called coffee cake, I don't know about you, but I don't see the word caffeine anywhere in its name.

  Baustigt  |  40

Man, I can't even post replies on the Android app. What is this? Is this some kind of discrimination against me because I'm rabid? So help me if I find out who masterminded this plot against me I'll... grrhhmrrrr


11- it depends on the recipe used. Some coffee cakes are really more correctly just a pound or bunt cake... But some recipes do include a cup of cold coffee added to the batter. So you are half right. :)

By  mckibben  |  7

Stuff like this happens all the time. French fries, French toast, not made in France, carrot cake, does not have carrots in it. There is many examples of this.

  mckibben  |  7

Well i know a lot of people who dont. Sorry. Was positive carrot cake never has actual carrots. Kinda ruins the texture of cake with the crunch of a carrot.

  Evie_fml  |  14

Carrot cake has carrots in it. Coffee flavoured cake has coffee in it, but a "coffee cake" doesn't necessarily have coffee in it. Hamburgers sometimes have bacon, so close... I don't think he should have called her an idiot, that's just rude.

  tikimuppet  |  11

There are carrots in carrot cake, and every time I have seen coffee cake there has been coffee in it. Maybe it's because in England we give things sensible names.

  challan  |  19

French toast and French fries are called that because they were first made and France, and as everyone above has already commented carrots are in carrot cake. Crunchy? Carrots get soft when heated. Have you ever actually cooked before? Or for that matter, eaten?

  AliceLockehart  |  18

Making carrot cake without carrot is like drinking decaffeinated coffee. You can do it, but why bother? Call me old fashioned but I don't like to substitute ingredients when I'm cooking unless I have no other choice.

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