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Old 06-04-11, 03:04 PM   #1
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my thoughts on the burger king xt burger

so, i tried the burger king XT burger.
http://www.bk.com/en/us/menu-nutriti...001/index.html

it was good, i liked it, it went down smooth, it was light, handled well, stuff didn't fall all out when i bit into it. it wasn't as light as i had expected, but that is a small thing overall. the only problem is, i don't think it's going to be compatible with the XTR burger, when it finally comes out. the patty of the XT burger will most likely be exactly 1/8 inch larger than the XTR bun, which means you will have to upgrade to the whole XTR burger. the cool thing is the XTR burger will most likely be lighter, especially with the carbon sesame seeds.

i was hoping the XT burger would come with the XT Shadow bun, but they haven't seem to released that yet.

anyway, it's not bad, if you get a chance to try it, i would. i'd like to hear your thoughts on it if you've had it.
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Old 06-04-11, 04:25 PM   #2
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I'm waiting for the X.0 chicken patty. I hear it's supposed to have a 1:1 chicken:bun ratio.
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Old 06-04-11, 04:37 PM   #3
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Yeah but my question is are the older model fries still compatible with the new XT burger. I have some in my fridge that ive been sittin on for awhile and im wondering if its even worth it to use them or should i just wait for the new XT fries do out in August?
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Pfftt all you need is a single meat burger. Anything else and you are spoiling the true nature.
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Get with the times old man
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I wish I could afford an XT burger, but I'm stuck eating this '98 whopper jr. I got off craigslist.
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Are these burgers compatible with 8-speed ketchup?
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I wish I could afford an XT burger, but I'm stuck eating this '98 whopper jr. I got off craigslist.
Lucky I had to settle for the 92 Italian chicken sub.
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Technology is advancing so fast these days, it's hard just keeping up with these crazy fast food components. I'm just finishing assembling my Zaxby's Chicken Finger Sandwich & here BK comes along with an XT Whopper!
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Old 06-05-11, 11:14 AM   #11
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I still think the Chicken Po-Boy has got them all beat, for the money you can't beat the Po-Boy (What's the difference between an egg and a beetroot?)
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I wish I could afford an XT burger, but I'm stuck eating this '98 whopper jr. I got off craigslist.
Oh, that one with the fully rigid patty? Way I hear told, you put it in a fatter bun, pick your bites carefully and it eats just like those cushy Double Stackers . . . maybe better. Plus it will up your burger skillz.
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Could probably bump it to an XTR burger with some bacon...which makes everything sooo much better.
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