It bothers me that she didn’t take a real bite of that burger. She didn’t even attempt to unhinge her jaw, and I’m pretty sure she can.
@Kamitha, I'm pretty sure the director knows if she can or not
@Kamitha, wrong type of media
@Kamitha, it wouldn't be the first time she's had a big meaty thing her mouth
@zac bagans, giggidy
@Kamitha, yeah I wouldn't suggest eating wax. Food in photo shoots is almost never real.
@Kamitha, yeah she was practicing on me
@Sheep Rider, real food would be preferable over wax. Rubber is more likely. Wax melts.
@Kamitha, the aircraft carrier is also going too slow to launch jets
Is this about Canada? It seems like it is about Canada....
America! Fvck yeah!
Wasn’t this a Hardee’s commercial for that burger?
@Richard Cypher, yes.
This is old. I’ve already tagged it as a repost.
@Richard Cypher, a hamburger topped with a hot dog and potato chips, meaning it was exactly the kind of thing their old commercials mocked.
@Donald Trump, When I scrolled up and saw your name it didn't matter.
It seems funny that we are so attached to all these cultural America things when we really don't have much culture. We hold onto these imaginary culture notions when our strength is actually being fast changing and being a county of the immigrant dream.
@Formless, All culture is imaginary notions. American culture exists and is one of the single most prevalent Western cultures that has spread further than any other, which is why you see Hollywood films, American fashion, and American corporations in almost every country on the planet. Stop being stupid.
@Formless, a culture is the group's of experiences and traditions that bind a people together. Anything said to describe our country is part of our culture. Excessive might to dominate our enemies; culture. Warm apple pie around a dinner table watching a baseball game; culture. It's what defines us that brings us closer together
@Formless, tell that to Donald Trump
@Formless, American culture is just the result of all of our cultures mashed together. And while very few people share in all of our culture. Most people share some part.
@Formless, Pssht. If we have no culture then what do you call it when I'm sitting on my couch every Sunday yelling at the Vikings and using a half a bag of chips to eat cheesy burger dip and putting away most of a 12 pack of Coors Light?
@No Lollygagging, consumerism at its finest?
@Formless, Probably that. For real though not having to submit to a culture is the whole point of this place. As long as the Constitution stays intact then it's all good.
@TheCrust, I’d say it’s really hard to define ‘American culture’ simply because it’s such a huge a diverse nation. As an outsider, I’d look at Texas and see Coors beer, BBQs and guns. New England would be bottled craft ales and sweaters draped over your shoulders. North West is Twilight movies and volcanoes that may kill us all one day.
If you go beyond the superficial (beer, guns, jeans) you’re such a diverse people that there are huge cultural differences across your nation.
Not criticising, just saying that there are huge differences in how American looks from the outside depending where you’re looking at.
@Soulless at birth, Gotta be honest, when you said “warm apple pie” I wasn’t sure you were going in such a wholesome direction for a moment.
@Nellybert , But that's more evidence towards the idea that America has a culture. And I'm not even American, I'm Australian, but Australia is a nation that can be considered 'Americanised' because of how influential its culture is. It does have a huge variation of cultures from state to state, but that in no way negates the idea that America has a culture. Especially an overarching one that is shared both across its states and in an international sense.
@TheCrust, As an European, I can say many things about my country's and Europe's culture. But America has no culture. There is no American people. Your Country is and has always been an artificial state.
It is an insult to most of the World if you say something about "the American culture".
That is my opinion
@Archduke Friedrich, Okay? Your opinion makes no sense, then. America has been around for a little under 250 years as an independent nation, and is more powerful than all of Europe combined, so, what are you trying to say? Belgium was literally created out of nowhere. Does Belgium not really exist? All nations are based on human definition. America is a real nation by law, trade, military enforcement, and every other metric we have. So what are you on about? Also, have more pride in your country. 'European' makes it sound like you're hiding behind the EU to seem relevant.
@TheCrust, Power or military does not define culture or nation status.
The thing about Belgium is that even though "it was created out of nowhere", the Germanians and Franks have lived there for hundreds of years.
When you look at a German, you see a light skinned blonde tall man, you look at an Italian, you see a a bit darker skinned Brown haired man and so on.
But what does the American look like? He is an Immigrant and has always been one. You can't tell what he looks like, you cannot see any American culture then. 250 years but still no distinctive American culture.
And for your information, I am a pure blooded German and I don't hide behind anything.
@Archduke Friedrich, America has plenty of culture. All you have to do is watch an American movie to see it. Even the joke about getting Burger King in the first Ironman movie plays on the idea of American culture of grilled burgers. Its just America is such a large country with so many diverse peoples that its many different cultures. However there are some that are purely cliche American. For example. the Murica Memes play on those stereotype or redneck cultural ideas.
@Archduke Friedrich, There we go. Germany I can do something with. Or, not really, as Germany has only existed as a unified nation for less time than America has existed. Who knows what subsection you were before then. But if we're doing this, then we very much can define what an American looks like. They're the remnants of British colonists that immigrated there and as such are usually Caucasian with Anglo features and the usual assortment of hair colours and eye colours you see from European nations. German men with blonde hair and blue eyes are not the typical Germans, they are Aryans, but that's if we're going off of Hitler's preferred view. You also get Brunettes, those with dark hair, and all other similar Caucasian patterns, as that's how Caucasians are. America also has other populations, such as the Native Americans and African Americans, but they have these identifying descriptors because when you hear 'American' you think of a white guy. That's just their image.
@TheCrust, Around the 14th century the people in Germany called themselves Germans. Germany became unified in 1871 but Germany and its people have obviously existed before 1871. In the Freedom wars in 1813 all the Germans fought together against the French. In 9 ad the all Germans fought against the Romans. These wars are one of the things that define my culture.
But you convinced me about the American look. Our viewpoints are so different that we can't agree on something else. Thank you for keeping this conversation civil
@Archduke Friedrich, Talking about history and the world is all fun stuff. Have a good day, mate.
@Archduke Friedrich, race =/= culture
@Ultimatum, race is a part of culture
@Archduke Friedrich, it really isn’t though. Your culture has a lot to do with determining who you are as a person. Your race, on the other hand, is almost entirely removed from that.
Not to say that there are not physical, biological changes between races of human, but they don’t affect a person the way culture does. A black dude born and raised in Britain is British, not African.
@Archduke Friedrich, “artificial state”
Bullshít mate 😂 If Germany is currently a “real” country than so is the USA. And the fact that you don’t even live here and are trying to comment on our culture is hilarious. The American dream, Hollywood, suburbanism, all this things combine to make up a unique melting pot culture that is unlike anything else in the world.
@Archduke Friedrich, hell even “redneck” could be considered a cultural offshoot of the USA
'Murica Fvck Yeah
I want someone to make a CJr&H's style "bikini lady buy our food" ad where she's driving a huge pickup on a forest/desert highway and she's not paying attention to the road because she's face deep in a burger, so the camera's halfway through a close up when the vehicle slams into a pole and the shot keeps going without her.
This is the most merican thing I've ever seen and I love it.
Did they really have to CGI the burger? I mean everything else was real.
Directed by Michael Bay
This is dumb
Carl jrs American burger
.I worked when it came out.. it was really good actually
She didn't really bite it
Does that have fvcking hot dogs on it?