November 9, 2012 1 Comment
Here’s an appetizer tray that is perfect for serving hamburger sliders. Found by my mom. ()
Burgers are everywhere. ()
October 26, 2012 Leave a comment
Get those kiddies ready! ()
October 24, 2012 Leave a comment
Found online and sent in my May L., here is the best inflatable chair ever.
“It’s shaped like a delicious hamburger, but no, it’s a portable inflatable chair. Crafted out of highly durable, 100% polyester fabric, this extremely comfortable seat includes its own hand pump to inflate as you see fit. A hamburger? Now that’s what we call an inflatable chair.”
October 22, 2012 Leave a comment
Has anyone played these game before?
“Burger Burger (バーガーバーガー?) is a business strategy video game of the hamburger business, developed by Rytmix and published by Gaps, which was released exclusively in Japan in 1997, for the PlayStation.
Burger Burger Hamburger Simulation is a Japanese simulation game in which the player is the owner of a hamburger chain.
The game was very popular in Japan, and a sequel, Burger Burger 2 with many improvements and new features was spawned in 1999. There were also two releases for the Game Boy Color: Burger Burger Pocket (1999) and Burger Paradise International (2000). All these three games were developed by Biox”.
October 19, 2012 Leave a comment
Here’s another hamburger for your doggie.
“The squeaker dog toy features the smiling hamburger shape. Made of high-grade vinyl material, the dog chew toy is chew-resistant. The dog chew toy is a gift and tasty for your dog.”
[Image: Hi Home Decor]
October 15, 2012 Leave a comment
From lexikm on Etsy:
“This polymer clay set of a cheeseburger and lemonade has been painted with acrylics and glazed in a matte finish. The height of the lemonade is approximately 1 inch, with the diameter of the burger being about 0.75 inches.
The reason why these exist is unknown. Meaningless doodling often leads to a weird idea for me, such as a glass of lemonade with a strange face. Then the lemonade is lonely, so he needs a cheeseburger, who would be a pretty crummy companion if he didn’t also have a face. And so the duo is born.”
October 12, 2012 Leave a comment
From Invitation Box:
This yummy die-cut invitation features a fancy cheeseburger and friench fries and an actual toothpick sticks in the top of the burger bun. Flip the top of the burger bun up to reveal your text on the inside! Includes white unlined envelopes.
[Image: Invitation Box]
October 10, 2012 Leave a comment
This one is for all the golf and hamburger fans out there. You can now mark your spot with this cool looking hamburger.
October 8, 2012 Leave a comment
Checked out the Giant Robot Biennale 3 at the Japanese American National Museum in Los Angeles over the weekend and saw this art exhibit/video game by Jeni Yang and Beau Blyth. You compete against a partner as cats trying to collect parts of a burger. First to “grab” 10 items wins! See more info at Jeni’s Blog - http://jeniyang.blogspot.com/2012/06/catburger-game.html.
October 3, 2012 Leave a comment
“Popin’ Cookin’ Happy Kitchen Hamburger Kit is a Japanese Do-It-Yourself candy making kit. This very affordable, and jaw-dropping, product is safe and fun for children and adults of all ages. All the products in this brilliantly designed intellectual education candy series allow you and your friends to mold and create realistic looking edible sweets.”
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September 21, 2012 Leave a comment
From Toys R Us:
“Create classic diner meals with Moon Dough Burger Maker Playset – the magically molding dough that never dries out! Just place the dough inside the diner, pull the handle and watch as it magically pops out delicious burgers! Pair your meal with a perfect batch of fries and wash it down with a delicious shake. Don’t forget to save room for dessert as you mold a wonderful looking pie! Get all the diner fun of Moon Dough and because it never dries out, you can make burgers again and again!”
[Image: Toys R Us]
September 19, 2012 Leave a comment
Great for the kiddies, have them create a hamburger out of this Fuse Bead Activity Kit. ()