RE: Mr Burger (West Texas): worst burger chain ever?
Was this unique to Mr. Burger, or to the OK and TX Panhandles in general? I'm a "plain" gal when it comes to burgers; I like the hamburger patty, cheese, and onions (raw or grilled), but no extras, please. When I used to order at Mr. Burger, I had to be sure to request "plain and dry" to get what I wanted. Otherwise, I'd get the burger without lettuce and tomato, but WITH mayo, ketchup, and mustard (yuck.) I hadn't thought about that in years, and just wondered if that was part of ordering at Mr. Burger or part of the area.