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666 Burger Truck Now Serving $666 Pentagram Douche Burger [Lunch Time]

The 666 Burger Truck in NYC is now selling a $666 “Douche Burger” that supposedly features a foie-stuffed, gold-leaf-wrapped Kobe patty that’s topped with caviar, lobster, truffles, Gruyere melted with Champagne steam, and BBQ sauce made using Kopi Luwak coffee. Then, to top it all off, the bun is branded with a pentagram.

In case you didn’t know, Kopi Luwak coffee is ridiculously expensive since it was eaten by the Asian Palm Civet and passed through its digestive tract. Once pooped and cleaned, these beans product a coffee with much less bitterness thanks to digestive enzymes passed into the bean.

666 Burger has provided an eloquent statement as to why this burger exists:

First of all, it is real.

The point is that putting all this crap on top of a burger doesn’t make it taste any better and it is contrary to the essence of a burger. It’s simple to pile a bunch of expensive stuff on a burger and charge a fuckload for it.

We have an unbridled disgust for these types of burgers and seething anger towards those that make them and try to sell them as something fancy and worthy of respect, when in essence, it’s just a chef/customer being a douchebag. Call a spade a spade.

They’re right you know.

Specifically, they are referring to a burger called “Le Burger Extravagant” that was recently unveiled by the Serendipity 3 restaurant in NYC. Guinness certified the burger as the most expensive in the world at $295. Again, 666 Burger chimes in, this time with a more direct attack:

Fuck You and your shitty $295 burger for poor people, Serendipity.

$666. That’s a number the 1% can get behind.

If you’re wealthy and douchy enough for the Douche Burger (or you simply want a modestly priced but well-crafted burger made by Satan himself), you can find out 666 Burger’s location via Twitter.

(666 Burger via Laughing Squid/Photo by Mackenzie Keegan)


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