Crazy Good Burgers not for poor inbred broke retarded hillbilly redneck trash

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Happy Customer

Morristown, TN

#1 May 16, 2012
Since you poor, inbred, broke ass, retarded, white trash, hillbilly, inbred rednecks have no taste buds and are too stupid to know what a good burger is then the Crazy Good Burgers may not be for you. Take your poor ass down the street and order off the dollar menu where you belong & then stop at the Goodwill for some not so new clothes to wear. Pick up a pair of shoes that are 2 sizes too big while you are there.
Just to be clear, The Crazy Good Burger Truck is not catering to you. These Burgers are for real people with teeth, who work and have money in their pocket to spend on a good, clean fresh meal.
These Crazy Good Burgers are not for you poor, inbred, broke ass, retarded, white trash, hillbilly, inbred rednecks. You are too poor to buy one and you wouldn't like it anyway because it tastes nothing like McDonalds.

“lets get autonomous!”

Since: Jul 08

nottingham

#2 May 16, 2012
Happy Customer wrote:
Since you poor, inbred, broke ass, retarded, white trash, hillbilly, inbred rednecks have no taste buds and are too stupid to know what a good burger is then the Crazy Good Burgers may not be for you. Take your poor ass down the street and order off the dollar menu where you belong & then stop at the Goodwill for some not so new clothes to wear. Pick up a pair of shoes that are 2 sizes too big while you are there.
Just to be clear, The Crazy Good Burger Truck is not catering to you. These Burgers are for real people with teeth, who work and have money in their pocket to spend on a good, clean fresh meal.
These Crazy Good Burgers are not for you poor, inbred, broke ass, retarded, white trash, hillbilly, inbred rednecks. You are too poor to buy one and you wouldn't like it anyway because it tastes nothing like McDonalds.
im all about supporting small businesses and keeping my money out of corporate hands as much as possible.

however, i have never heard of or seen "crazy good burger".

after this shining display of douchebaggery i probably wont be eating there.

im sure the owners really appreciate your associating their names with such small minded bigotry and hatred. of course in this town, that type of advertising might just work for them.
well

Morristown, TN

#3 May 16, 2012
Hey Mr.$$Rich$$.... You're a sorry assed excuse for a spokes person. Yeah you really reeled the customers in for them with this post. Where do you live? Right here with the rest of us "hillbilly trash".. Right?
I bet the Good owners would give you a free meal to shut up and stop doing damage to their business. Yep, I know your attempt at defending them,made me want to run down there and buy a burger.
Trust me you are doing more harm than good here... If you want to support them just go there and eat daily. You can not reason with someone who just wants to start a fuss on topix.
Wow

Morristown, TN

#4 May 16, 2012
these owners of this burger truck are really making themselves look bad with posts like these. Listen not everyone is going to like what you have to sell. You would be much better off to leave these topix posts alone, you are seriously making yourselves look very bad.

Its understandable that you do not want to hear negatives regarding your business, but try to learn from it, these are after all the people you want to buy your food, do not insult them, listen to them and then leave topix. Why you ever thought this would be a good place to advertise your business is beyond me!
Rebecca

Alexis, NC

#5 May 16, 2012
Well I have to say...I was going to try them out but not now. I sure do hope the owners of this business are not behind this posting. I love to support local businesses and have done so for many, many years but after seeing this I know that I won't support Crazy Good Burger. I'll spend my money at the grocery store where I can make my own crazy, good burger, homemade fries and tea cheaper.
violet

Morristown, TN

#6 May 16, 2012
Get real. The owner has been laid back in his posts and overall excited to get his business up and running. Do you seriously think he would bash people who post on this ridiculous site? I'm pretty sure he knew what kind of people reside here when he chose to return here after culinary school, and he still thought the food truck was a great idea... And he seems to be both professional and respectful enough to brush off those who don't care for fresh, great-tasting, locally grown food.
Just Saying

Morristown, TN

#7 May 16, 2012
Young local couple, lets give them a chance. I plan on trying them out and wish them much success.
just another customer

Morristown, TN

#9 May 16, 2012
Sounds like the competition may be anxious to be posting crap like that. If we let ignorance stop us from trying this place They win.
My2cents

Morristown, TN

#10 May 16, 2012
Wow, are you all serious? Crazy good burgers have nothing to do with this post and the above idiots are in no way associated with CGB!

IMO their prices for a FRESH meal are reasonable, especially factoring in my limited lunch time and fuel costs saved. I can't wait to give them a try!

GOOD LUCK CGB!
Southern belle

United States

#11 May 16, 2012
I've heard a lot more bad than good about the place. I've heard about 30 people talking about it that's ate there and of those only 2 had good things to say. I believe I'll spend my hard earned money in something worth it.

Since: Feb 12

Morristown, TN

#12 May 16, 2012
Well I for one am going to try the CGB's. I will see for myself if they are good or not. Maybe this will be a good idea for this town. You'll never know unless you give them a chance.
Truth

Morristown, TN

#13 May 16, 2012
Burgers are good, but too pricey for a burger mobile. I want to give local small business folks a chance and I hope he will come up with daily specials that are more reasonable than 5 dollars for a single hamburger.
Food

Kings Mountain, NC

#14 May 16, 2012
Wow wrote:
these owners of this burger truck are really making themselves look bad with posts like these. Listen not everyone is going to like what you have to sell. You would be much better off to leave these topix posts alone, you are seriously making yourselves look very bad.
Its understandable that you do not want to hear negatives regarding your business, but try to learn from it, these are after all the people you want to buy your food, do not insult them, listen to them and then leave topix. Why you ever thought this would be a good place to advertise your business is beyond me!
Where did you get the notion that the owners posted this outrageous statement by some deranged person?
Something to think about

United States

#15 May 16, 2012
I don't know for sure and am definitely not trying to imply anything by this question, but does anyone know FOR SURE what kind of health standards a mobile place like this is held to? Is it the same as a traditional restaurant? Or can they get by with being less clean than others because they are mobile and not in an actual building? Kinda scary. Just wondered if anyone knew.
Marly

Morristown, TN

#16 May 16, 2012
After reading all of these post here and the others on topix, I can see where this post could be the owners. They were posting nice until they started getting negative feedback then they slammed back now they're probably wishing they hadn't. Who else would get so upset other than the owners? You say their competition but who would that be? No one else in town is selling burgers out of an old bread truck. I've seen topix get the best of a lot of business owners, a persons true colors come out when angered.
critic

Morristown, TN

#17 May 17, 2012
Tried the food last night, it was not good.
Hamburger was not cooked all the way through and had no taste. The french fries, which we tried as we were pulling out of the parking lot, were cold, hard and had to much seasoning salt on them that they did not even taste like potatoes. One of us had a milkshake and they said it had no flavor at all, which it was a vanilla milkshake but still should of had a little bit of vanilla flavor. Then the cost of the items were quite high, since the quality of the products were not good. Will not be getting food from there again.
lol

Morristown, TN

#18 May 17, 2012
Something to think about wrote:
I don't know for sure and am definitely not trying to imply anything by this question, but does anyone know FOR SURE what kind of health standards a mobile place like this is held to? Is it the same as a traditional restaurant? Or can they get by with being less clean than others because they are mobile and not in an actual building? Kinda scary. Just wondered if anyone knew.
Why would you scumbags be concerned with "health standards" when O'Charley's has had a consistent health score below 76 for the past 4 years? In fact, there's not too many places around here with a health score above 80, which is disgusting. That said, whether the food is being served from a building or a truck, the health standards are in fact the same. The licenses are actually more and restrictions are very tight. In any event, I personally don't eat sh*t like this so it really doesn't matter to me either way. I just love how you people feed on humiliating someone else hoping they fail. You people are the poster children for Christianity. Good work.
never again

Morristown, TN

#19 May 17, 2012
just ate there.hamburger was raw,tasteless and way to small for 5 dollars. Should be 1/3 pound instead of maybe 1/4/ pound.fries hard and tastless except for all the salt. $20 for 2 single hamburgers,2 small bags of fries and 2 lemonades is ridiculus.have had a lot better burgers for less money and i dont meen those at the nasty fast food restraunts because i never eat at them.
karl

Huntersville, NC

#20 May 17, 2012
whoa dude, like you mean a quarter pounder a small bag of fries and lemmonade is like 10 bucks? omg i totally wont be eating there.
Burgers Making Big Bucks

Morristown, TN

#21 May 17, 2012
The losers that post on Topix only make up less than 1 percent of the consumers in this town and their ignorant negative opinions really do not matter. The only people that even read them are the other Topix losers. I have seen the truck sell out all the burgers for 3 days straight so believe me when I say that they really don't give a rats ass about the negative comments. If anything it actually helps because it makes people want to go try it for themselves and see how good it really is. The product will speak for itself. It will succeed because there is zero competition. It is the only Food Truck in town and can drive anywhere to go sell these awesome burgers. That is the great thing about this Food Truck. It is not tied down to any certain location and can go anywhere we want to sell these great burgers.

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