How old were you when you learned you’re supposed to eat burgers upside down?
It actually makes so much sense that I’m a little mad. While I’ve been more concerned about looking ridiculous, I’ve missed out on YEARS of safe and practical burger consumption.
Here’s the deal. The top bun is bigger, so if you flip the burger upside down, the top bun (which is now the bottom bun) absorbs juices and condiments better, drastically lowering the chances of you getting ketchup or grease on your shirt, or dripping down the side of your hand.
Did you know that burgers are supposed to be eaten upside down? ?? pic.twitter.com/8jyYBJJyGL
— FOOD INSIDER (@InsiderFood) December 2, 2018