White Castle Cravings
On the bottom of a White Castle hamburger box, you can find wisdom, advertising, and trivia. Here’s what I’ve read.
Fun Fact: There are no White Castle restaurants in Ulan Bator, Mongolia.
White Castle is open after dark. But why is it called after dark, when it’s really after light?
Cheeseburgers first appeared on the White Castle menu in 1962.
Experts claim there are over 631 different types of cheese worldwide, but we counted only 24. What’s up with that?
Q: What clothing does a house wear? A: Address.
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Couldn’t a “Double Hamburger” just as accurately be described as a “Triple Bunburger”?
The fact that “cheese” and “please” rhyme is not a coincidence.
Optical Illusion? If a regular White Castle Hamburger has four sides, shouldn’t a Double Hamburger have eight sides? Yet it doesn’t.
Plans for one, massive, ten-patty “DecaBurger” never quite panned out.
It is possible (using every last shred of mental discipline and willpower) to eat a single Double Cheeseburger, yet it is impossible to eat a double Single Cheeseburger, since it doesn’t exist.
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A bed of onions is perfect for cooking White Castle burgers, but we don’t recommend sleeping on them.
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The average American will eat a half a ton of cheese in a lifetime. Consider yourself above average.
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Q: Of all the numbers between one and ten, which ones are divisible by two? A: All of them.
Ground beef patties were originally referred to as “Hamburg steak.”
By removing a space, “Sack of Ten” becomes “sack often.” Kinda makes you think.
The holes in a White Castle burger are there to help it cook faster and more evenly.
Q: If one’s for the money, two’s for the show, three’s to get ready and four’s to go, what are five and six? A: Eleven.
Everything has its limits. While noted for adding its own special flavor to White Castle burgers, a slice of cheese does not make a very good coaster for a cup of coffee.
Cheese Through The Ages Washington crossed the Delaware, not in a boat, but on an enormous block of cheese. (Be sure to mention that on your next History test.)
Munchies without cheese would just be “mun,” which makes little sense.
What’s orange and sounds like a parrot? A: A carrot
Mysteries of Grammar #237 “Double Hamburger” is one of those English words that are plural in form yet treated as singular, like “pants” or “scissors.”
White Castle first began putting its delicious burgers in boxes in 1931.
If all the burgers sold by White Castle since 1921 were stacked end to end, they would reach to the moon and back, with plenty left over for lunch!
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Philosophical Truth #217: Growing old is mandatory. Growing up is not.
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There is one White Castle restaurant for every 764,705.88 people in the United States.
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People used to believe the moon was made of cheese, which shows what they know. Few people today subscribe to that theory.
Did you know that “cheese” and “delicious” rhyme? Only not with each other.
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Clones are people two.
A recent government-funded study revealed that White Castle cravers are 63.4% nicer than other fast-food customers.
White Castle’s medieval tower motif was inspired by Chicago’s famous Water Tower.
Twins from Hamburg, Germany, could also be referred to as “Double Hamburgers.”