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    A hamburger is a hunk of ground beef served between two pieces of bun-configured bread. Hamburgers are often served with a variety of toppings and condiments. It is named for the region in which it was invented, not for the kind of meat (as is often mistakenly suggested).

    BBQ Sauce on a Hamburger.....yay or nay?

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    #1  Edited By K1ngSlice

    I say phuck yes

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    #2  Edited By twenty0ne

    Nay. Ketchup is my sauce of choice.

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    #3  Edited By Termite

    That sounds kind of weird, I'd stick with ketchup

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    #4  Edited By Demyx

    Yay, I've had a burger with bacon and bbq, its pretty good. plus I don't like ketchup that much so yeah.

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    #5  Edited By Dalai

    I give it a yes.  Sometimes, ketchup is not the answer.

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    #6  Edited By Monty_The_Great

    The great thing about burgers is that there are just so many different things you can do and most taste great. BBQ sauce on a burger is sometimes a yes, and sometimes a no.

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    #7  Edited By Ilias13

    Nay, ketchup will do !

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    #8  Edited By Thriteenthmonkey

    It's good for burgers with bacon, I don't think I've ever had it on anything else.

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    #9  Edited By DorianBlack

    I like those burgers that have BBQ sauce and onion rings on it, think BK used to have it.

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    #10  Edited By Jensonb

    Hell to the no. BBQ on a HAMBURGER? Sir, you are a heretic and should now become a hero for some reason ostracised by those you help.

    You know, Hancock

    Had you going there...

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    #11  Edited By PeregrimFalcon

    It really depends. If it is a fast food or just a pattie and some bread and maybe cheese then ketchup all the way, but if you are having a fancy burger at a nice restaurant with the works on it barbecue sauce is the way to go.

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    #12  Edited By Mrnitropb

    Not an everytime concept, but it can be utilised. I mean i wouldn't normally put caviar or truffles on a burger, but apparently people (in nu yawrk citee) bay dozens of dollars for dolled up burgers with crap liek that on it.

    thats why places like five guys are cool, in that you order a burger, and add what you want, nothing you don't.

    But to hell with fudruckers.

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    #13  Edited By Shocker

    I like ketchup more, but I use BBQ once in a great while.

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    #14  Edited By iamceslaw

    yes for me since i make my burger on a bbq so using bbq sauce is only logical

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    #15  Edited By smallville123

    It depends.  Like if its a western burger with onion rings then yes. but otherwise no

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    #16  Edited By dualityofman

    Depends on where you get it from.  I'd never put bbq sauce on a McDonalds burger for some reasons, but if i make burgers at home, then definitely yes.

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    Nay, Unless it's a bacon burger or something.
    Other than that, For my other burgers I go with Ketchup.

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    #18  Edited By sdodd02

    Nay.

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    #19  Edited By JPO375

    yay all the way

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    #20  Edited By Moose205

    Yay with cheese and bacon too

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    #21  Edited By ImWayGooderest

    I actually think a burger is better with BBQ sauce than ketchup.

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    #22  Edited By gmoney1
    I agree. Hamburger with BBQ is much better than ketchup.

    ImWayGooderest
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    "I actually think a burger is better with BBQ sauce than ketchup.
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    #23  Edited By Nik_NYG

    Nay.

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    #24  Edited By TomA

    yay

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    #25  Edited By smetz

    definitely nay, only ketchup

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    #26  Edited By DappaDizzle

    ill totally stick with the red sauce goodness

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    #27  Edited By azteris

    Definite yay. It adds much more flavor than simple Ketchup.

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    #28  Edited By Subway

    On homemade, BBQ burgers, BBQ sauce is great, fast food burgers, not so much.

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    One-thousand times yes.

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    #30  Edited By BryanBryan

    I say yay, I also like special sauce aka thousand island

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    #31  Edited By tec3297

    I LOVE BBQ HAMBURGERS!!!

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    #32  Edited By RedSox8933

    one million times yes. a tangy barbeque sauce makes a burger SOOO much better.

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    #33  Edited By fenixREVOLUTION

    I approve BBQ sauce on my hamburgers.

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    #34  Edited By INFINITE_CASH

    I say yay. BBQ sause is the new ketchup.

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    #35  Edited By LouChou

    BBQ sauce should be placed on everything. Coffee, donuts, lampshades, everything.

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    #36  Edited By Ryu

    Nay, overpowers other flavours in the burger, go for relish instead!

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    Depending on the other ingredients in the burger, you would make an informed decision as to what kind of sauce you used. But I'd say, barbeque goes down well on the majority of burgers.

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    #38  Edited By RabbitKarrot

    BBQ sauce is a totally acceptable sauce when it comes to hamburgers.

    However, it is no match for the traditional ketchup.

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    yay bbq sauce is the shizz

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    #40  Edited By Orange_Pork

    BBQ Burgers are the best burgers.  Especially from Famous Mothafuckin' Dave's baby





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    #41  Edited By PaperPlain

    Yay. The only thing better is a ketchup and mayonaise mix.

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    #42  Edited By Mgsfreak

    Hell nay, I dunno if you guys have reggae reggae sauce but that stuff is perfecton on a hamburger.

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    #43  Edited By Lelouch_0

    Yay all the way, though also strictly depends on what kind of BBQ sauce you have in grasp, every brand differs in taste.

    Garlic sauce goes well with it too.

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    #44  Edited By Cardon

    Moose205 said:

    "Yay with cheese and bacon too
    "


    This man speaks the truth. I love Burgers with BBQ sauce, especially when it has a mound of bacon or fried onions on it.

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    #45  Edited By Runningflame570

    Yay, BBQ sauce works with most things. Ketchup should just stick to hotdogs

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    #46  Edited By KillGiver

    yay

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    #47  Edited By MRBOND93

    ya

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    #48  Edited By Karl_Boss

    I like BBQ burgers so yes.

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    #49  Edited By ZimpanX

    sauce in general is in 9 options out a 10 a definite yay ^^

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    #50  Edited By Wark

    I generally don't like BBQ sauce to begin with -- although it really depends on which brand it is. However, A1 sauce on a hamburger is amazing.

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