Burger Rings is the answer to at least three questions that I can think of off the top of my head. What umami-flavoured puffed corn snack does society not permit you to eat after the age of fifteen? With what did you propose to your second best friend in primary school with? And which lunchbox item best confirms that your parents don’t love you anymore?
A lot of the time, though, it’s not the answer. For instance: “How do we solve world hunger?”, “What tastes exactly like cheeseburgers?” or “Which of these is not a piece of jewellery commonly worn to symbolise a relationship between two people?”, a question asked on Millionaire Hot Seat last night.
Of the answers provided – engagement, anniversary, wedding and burger – one of those rings very clearly is not like the others in the same way that a power plant is clearly not a member of the Power Rangers. One of them is also not commonly worn as jewellery or used to symbolise a relationship between two people. But basic logic didn’t stop Pink Jacket over here from not locking in Burger Rings, Eddie, and cementing her place in the quiz show Hall of Shame.
Thanks Pink Jacket. I will accept the following reasons as justification for your thinking here. A) I was insanely flustered here, didn’t even register Burger Rings as an answer and panicked B) I have no idea what Burger Rings are C) I myself use Burger Rings to symbolise my relationship with Burger Rings D) I literally had a stroke ten seconds ago.
What a great year it’s been for dumbasses!