Sunday, March 29, 2009

Some assembly required

Too big for the Big Mac? Do you enjoy both chicken AND beef? May I present for your visual consumption, the Ubermac.


Making the Ubermac is simple- and inexpensive! Just purchase a Double Cheeseburger and a McChicken at your local McDonalds (both were on the $1 menu, and are now on the $3 meal menu). Once you have exchanged money for your goods and services, proceed directly to the nearest table (or drive home if you feel shame in your excess) and unwrap your two new friends. Normally, each of these sandwiches is a pretty mundane article, but- much like jello and inflatable pools- together, they become something wonderful.

Tear apart the Double Cheeseburger between the two patties, exposing that layer of pasty cheese-ish stuff and ketchup. Slide the McChicken tenderly in between the two meat folds, and close it up. The Ubermac is born. Do not be alarmed if smaller objects are attracted by its gravitational pull.

Besides being delicious, the Ubermac is also numerically superior to the Big Mac. McDonald's nutrition webpage shows the calorie count of a Big Mac as a wimpy 540 calories, with 29 grams of fat; an Ubermac has a combined total of 800 calories and 35 grams of fat. Perfect for when you only have time or money for one meal per day. Long nap afterward is optional.

Credits to for the original idea. Personal reference omitted to protect the gluttonous.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Very entertaining post. I'm hungry now!