Hamburger is a general term for mangled mammal tissue. When you take away the edible portions such as, sirloin or new york ***** or ribs etc, the stuff left over is called animal waste or simply 'hamburger'.

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Well, what do you think Mickey D's make theirs out of?

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Maybe they made it with some ham in it at one time.

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Same reason Girl Scout Cookies dont have any Girl Scouts in them.

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Let's hope not LOL

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Well a Hot Dog Doesn't have dogs in it. (At least not that we Know of)

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Never can tell these days LOL

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Your RIGHT! lol

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LOL :-))

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You should see Vietnamese hot dogs.

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It's originally from Hamburg. There was a German dish, a grilled patty of ground beef, which was called a hamburger, then in UK and US it became the word for that patty in a bun, which got shortened to "-burger", which became a generic name for anything in a bun (see chicken burger, veggie burger, and bizarrely even beefburger). Meanwhile hamburger seems to have become an American term for ground beef in general, and I'd guess that definition MartinC1 is talking about is an extension of that.

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Now my brain is overdrive. lol<br />
Too hard next question please. lol

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LOL

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