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Not Just A Hamburger?
Wide World of Sport
"Surely there isn't a link between hamburgers and sport? Have McDonald's, Burger King and other such institutions even managed to infiltrate the sporting world? Enjoy!"
15 Points Per Correct Answer - No time limit
If you are a fan of warm fizzy drinks, then 'The Ice Man' may not be your favourite snooker player. For those of us who prefer a nice chilled drink, ice is essential. What spectacularly successful snooker player was nicknamed 'The Ice Man'?
If Carl's Jr. were going to create a massive burger, then they would have to forget about naming it the 'Prince Carl' and set their sights at the much grander 'King Carl'. They may have to check if this is OK with a former track and field legend nicknamed 'King Carl' first though. Who is the man behind the nickname?
A hamburger can be consumed as part of a well-balanced healthy diet, but fast food companies such as Burger King have come under fire for selling excessively fatty foods. Hang on, isn't 'Fat' the nickname of an NBA player? Who in cholesterol's name is 'Fat'?
"Cleanliness is next to godliness" is the oft quoted phrase trumpeting the virtues of good hygiene and pleasant environs. For a fast food restaurant though, cleanliness is the essence of existence. The presence of rats is enough to get you closed down. Unless of course we are talking about 'The Rat', a famous Formula One racing driver. Who was known as 'The Rat'?
Do you have a kid who is feeling miserable? Well, all can be rectified with a McDonald's 'Happy Meal'. So go on, give in to the demands of your offspring and let them be as 'Happy' as a certain NASCAR driver. What NASCAR driver had the nickname 'Happy'?
If you are feeling very hungry and a regular hamburger just doesn't cut it, then how about you try a double? A rather scandalous advertising manager for a fast food company could disingenuously lead with the claim that eating the 'Double X' burger could help you become a famous Major League Baseball player. Which MLB player was known as 'Double X'?
Are burgers made from beef not your thing? Then how about you pay a visit to Kentucky Fried Chicken and order a 'Birdman'. Well, you may have to check such ambitions because the 'Birdman' is a fictitious entity in the fast food world, but the name seems to be familiar in the skateboarding world. What famous, perhaps the most famous skateboarder was known informally as 'Birdman'?
Tired of the same old burger and is the mustard just not hot enough? Then how about you try, for an extra $0.75, the brand new 'Chiliboy' to give your meal a little kick. Speaking of kick, is there not a rugby union player who goes by the nickname of 'Chiliboy'? Who could it be?
Je vais aller au McDonald's, how about you join me and indulge in 'Le Grand Orange'! It is the brand new drink offered by the fast food company's stores in France (in my weird imagination at least). It is a fabulous concoction of juice from a citrus fruit and water. You got it, it's orange juice! Well, this may be fictitious but 'Le Grand Orange' is actually the nickname of a Major League Baseball (MLB) player. What is the name of this MLB player with the French connection?
Possibly the most famous entity in the fast food world is the 'Big Mac', an artery clogging, heart stopping burger that people the world over seem to love yet it hasn't really got much nutritional integrity! The 'Big Mac' has even managed to penetrate the defenses of Major League Baseball (MLB). What well known MLB player was known as 'Big Mac'?
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Compiled May 22 13