Thursday, October 08, 2009

The Last Supper



Today's reason we love Shep Smith comes courtesy of his on-air reaction to a 1,500 calorie "Doughnut Bacon Cheeseburger." Is it really any surprise that this thing was concocted in Decatur, Georgia?

14 comments:

Anonymous said...

Or that it's called the Luther?

Anonymous said...

I would try that and have the deep fried mars bar for dessert. Yummmy!

Jeremy said...

"There are a lot of ways to end it all. You could take a whole bottle of pills..."
LOL
Awesome.

Sheriff Bart said...

This is new? This is news? Who here hasn't heard of the Krispy Kreme cheeseburger before today raise your hand.

Mack said...

A krispy kreme donut has 200 calories. An average hamburger bun has 120. So you've added 80 calories to a hamburger that was clearly already not good for you at 1,420 calories. Where is the story in this? Seriously?

Jamie said...

"I am not kidding."

"Good god."

"... seems to me."

"I don't know, man."

Tania said...

*raises hand*

What? I'm in the UK, we only just got Krispy Kremes widely available. It's wonderful to know what we have to look forward to....

Anonymous said...

@Mack - There are 2 Krispy Kreme donuts as buns which would make it 400 calories.

Anonymous said...

http://thisiswhyyourefat.com

Anonymous said...

It sounds like Paula Dean's "Ladies' Luncheon Burger" that she serves in her restaurant. Her rule is you only get to have it once in your life.

Benoit from Ottawa said...

I'll have mine swaddled in thick brown sauce, with cheese curds liberally set on top.

And a red maraschino cherry.

jonz said...

scandalous. i've heard that Luther burger eaters are known fornicators and have also been known to enjoy a cold beer after a hard day's work.

Anonymous said...

*BANG*

Oh, my artery just exploded from looking at the picture.

I need to go to the hospital but don't worry I have free health care.

Sue said...

Believe it or not, that's the official ballpark burger of our minor league (Frontier League) team, the Gateway Grizzlies.