10 Best Hamburger Fantasies Become A Reality

Sushi is so 2006 and bacon is totally 2008, but what random food fad is on the cool horizon this year? Burgers. Why burgers? They’re as all-American as you can get –even more American than apple pie and baseball, which are really just variations of German and British inventions respectively. Plus, they're a great compliment for 2008's just passing trend, bacon.

In honor of this great American feat of food engineering, I am proud to bring you the must-have burger gizmos of the upcoming year.

1. The Hamburger Bed

This is quite possibly my favorite burger invention. Who doesn’t want to sleep between two toasty buns with a nice piece of lettuce pressed against their skin? It costs around $2000 although the creator, Kayla Kromer, doesn’t seem to believe people really want to buy the bed. I say it’s your duty to prove her wrong, dear readers!

2. Burger Cushion and Blanket

I know, it's a recession. Not everyone can just throw down a few grand to have one of the awesomest beds on earth. If you, like me, are one of them there "poor people," you may just have to settle for this cute burger cushion with matching blanket. It may not be a whole bed, but hey, it will keep you warm, cozy, and most importantly, stylish.

3. Burger Coasters

Coasters are generally so boring and so ugly –especially when not in use. Enter burger coasters, providing classic kitsch style paired with contemporary functionality. Just make sure it doesn’t get mixed up with your McDonald’s one night, resulting in plastic overload.

4. Burger Boosters

Maybe you're just not into coasters though. I mean, they are pretty square. If that's the case, then you can always touch up your kitchen or living room with these double-decker burger foot stools. (Happy children munching on french fries sold seperately.)


Feb 26, 2009
by Jill Harness
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Great catch


Feb 26, 2009
by J. Barker
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I want a hamburger bed!!!!!

Mar 2, 2009
by Anonymous


The Hamburger Bed was created by Kayla Kromer. The photo was taken Heather Leah Kennedy.

Mar 4, 2009
by Jill Harness
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Thanks for the correction, it has been changed.