Sean, the President asked for spicy mustard, and mentioned Dijon mustard as a backup. If you check your "Fallutin' Level" flashcards, you'll see that in order to qualify as effete, Dijon must be your first choice, and you must not pronounce the "n." I mean, really, hasn't it been long enough for the fancy sheen to have worn off of Dijon mustard? Is Sean still too working-class for Chef Boyardee?
Of course, I too have a beef with the President's burger. There's only one way to make a good burger, and it doesn't involve the words "medium-well" or "cheese." And I wouldn't put ketchup on a hockey puck, let alone a hamburger. Rather than curse the darkness, though, I say read on, Mr. President, and enjoy the perfect hamburger.
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