That reminded me of the "condo" in London. It was less than "80" sq feet
and sold as a fixer upper for about $225,000.00. Yes Eighty Square Feet.
Yea.. *chuckles*, we did that to slow down the Americans from cross-
border shopping and stealing our wimmin. And too many were drinking
our beer like they were drinking theirs and they'd fall off the
barstools taking up room and the barkeeps were finding it harder to
sweep up the peanut shells.
So, now with our big dollars, WE are going across the border to do
some shopping. WHITE CASTLE FTW!! But we bring our own beer.
10 sliders are probably less calories than 2 Whoppers or similar burgers.
They have more onions in them than meat.
I'm dating myself, but when I started college, we had a Royal Castle, a WC
competitor, down the street from the dorm.
Burgers were $0.15 and Birch Beer was $0.05.
Could almost fill up an 18 year old gut for $0.50+tax.
Royal castle is long gone and so are $0.15 burgers
SFWIW, you can buy frozen WC burgers in the supermarket here in SoCal.
They do have almost a cult following.
Fenn College, later to become Cleveland State University, Cleveland,
Back then it was basically a "Street Car College".
Probably 80% of the student body lived at home.
Was kind of a major experience, a hayseed country boy coming to the
I'm with you, Birch Beer has got to be served in a frosted mug.
Same with A&W, if any of them are still around.
A bun the size of a Parkerhouse roll, some grilled onions, and a piece
of mystery meat, whatcha expect?
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