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UNTIL THE COWS COME HOME 1 month 2 days ago #3333135

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Once upon a time there was a hamburger named Chuck, the son of a porter......house , and his mom. a petite skirt steaker with the reputation of having the best buns for miles around. When Chuck's parents were butchered when he was just an infant, his uncle Frank took him in to live with him. While Chuck was a rare natural hamburger,uncle Frank was often an embroiled skinless individual living high off the hog. While he did provide for Chuck and cared for him like a loving father, Frank was a gluten for punishment.

Frank had a sleazy lifestyle hanging out at bars and grills with his cold cut cronies . He was into gambling and when he was on a roll, he would often get burnt and just could not cut the mustard. But his sordid lifestyle changed when he met a cute spicy cocktail waitress at a Hebrew National soiree where he knew something was not kosher at this event. This waitress was a real pig in a blanket named Sabrettelia .After dating for a short period that seemed like a pig's whisper, Frank and Sabrettelia eloped and married in a pig's courthouse.

Sabrettelia was like a mother to Chuck . Chuck loved her . He never really knew his biological parents as he became an orphan at such an early age. Frank became more like a father than an uncle too and gave up his gambling and began a successful catering business with Sabrettelia. As Chuck matured , folks from everywhere praised his uncle and new aunt for making Chuck well done. Folks would cow tow to Chuck as if he was some deity or sacred cow which was the furthest thing from what Chuck wanted to be.

Chuck grew up to be a well respected bovine and got a job at a Trader Joe's where he quickly moved up to the position of the store manager. It was at Trader Joe's where he met a meat cutter named Patty. It was love at first slice. Their love soon developed into a beef consummation . Their wedding was held at a Long Horn Steakhouse. Sabrettelia's cousin Angus supplied the mooosic, He would never steer her wrong. . This shindig went on for days until the cows came home. About 9 months later, Patty gave birth to a tenderizing little ground round they named Sir Loin. They hope one day , he will follow in Chuck's hoof steps and become a real maverick...and that's no bull.

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