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Burger Lovers: Make Your Hamburger Bed Dreams A Reality

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Do you love burgers? I mean, do you really love burgers? Because there is a posting on Craigslist that you will not want to sleep on. Someone is forced to part with their Hamburger Bed, and that means this "Wendy's style" square-pattied, sesame seed-studded bun topped wonder can be yours.

The posting:

It is with great sadness that I must part ways with my bacon cheeseburger bed since I will be moving due to a new employment offer in a different city and will be unable to move my special bed due to its large size. This bed was custom made this year and is one of the most comfortable beds I have ever been on. The top bun is nice and squishy like a large bean bag chair. The bed measures approximately 84 inches in diameter by 38 inches tall. This bed includes the top and bottom hamburger buns, a large king size wendys style square hamburger patty, cheese, lettuce, 2 strips of bacon, tomatoes, and pickles. This is a very unique and fun bed to own and will hopefully please the hamburger lover in you.

It's good to know that, much like at Burger King, you can "have it your way" when it comes to custom burger beds, too!

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How much does such a glorious specimen go for? A mere $1000, or a trade-in for a used car, truck, or motorcycle.

Of course, a true Angeleno might prefer to sleep on an In-N-Out Animal-style bed. Or a, thicker (but possibly sloppier) Father's Office burger. And you thought you were truly a burger fan with just your burger bedsheets!

Just imagine the fun of bringing someone home on that pivotal third date for a tumble in the bacon-lettuce-cheese toppings?! Or eating a burger on your burger bed while watching a Food Network special on burgers... So meta!

Any takers?