At Quaker State and Lube, QSL, I ordered a cheeseburger, hold the cheese. Otherwise, there was no way to get a plain ol' hamburger w/ lettuce, tomato, and mayo.
The cheeseburger sans cheese, a.k.a. hamburger arrived.
Atop the underside of the top (i.e., the puffy, rounded portion) of the roll sat the patty, the meat.
The bottom portion of the roll held some shreds of lettuce and a flimsy tomato.
This is increasingly typical, the new normal.
Upside-down burgers in an upside-down world. The burger should be on the bottom, the other stuff on top. Period, no questions asked.
Tully's does this, too, I believe.
Many places do it.
When did this silliness start?
Serves me right for failing to practice my more typical locavore principles.