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Jarrett Sleeper comes on to discuss the 15 lbs "Belly of the Beast" burger


If there's one thing that can unite a national it's talking about food, and if there's one thing that can unite an internet, it's talking about huge and disgusting food. Enter the Belly of the Beast Burger and 'Truffles N' Bacon' in Las Vegas. This behemoth pile of meat weighs in at 15 pounds. Its ingredients? Two beef patties, two slabs of pork belly, four eggs, tator tots, Flamin' Hot Cheetos, tomatoes, jalapenōs, and a bunch of cheese. The whole thing is served on a massive French loaf, and here to discuss this inhuman monstrosity are Shira Lazar, Ryan Mitchell and our special guest, Jarrett Sleeper, host of the podcast, "My Good Bad Brain". So what does this trio think of this massive weapon of a burger?

Jarrett has a very specific bone to pick with this burger -- it was clearly created just for Instagram likes, and he doesn't like how Instagram sort of perverted the way we look at food -- making things that are more visual than they are meant to be eaten. Shira talks about how it's gross as is to her, as a pescatarian, to see that much beef made in one place. Jarrett returns back to it-- make things that taste good, not meant to be weird visual sideshows gosh darn it! Sorry, big burger! You're a problem!

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