A Grateful Burger with some delicious fries.
The new Grateful Burger, an original HUDS creation.
Jack Kerouac waits for the the Quad Shuttle.
The HUDS employee at Quincy Grille smiles over a platter of cuboidal tidbits. “It’s a healthy and sustainable alternative to your traditional beef burger,” he says.
Despite its appearance and name, a Grateful Burger does not taste like a regular burger. It tastes like beef pumped with chalk, which I suppose is the idea.
The doors squealed open and we bounced in a jiffy onto the 5 p.m. Crimson Cruiser, pulling ole Bull in behind us just as everyone was tooting to go.
If you are enrolled in my class, you actually have to come to my lectures. No longer can you be in my class and not be in my class. This isn’t Schrödinger’s Class, Bubble Bass.