burger-flipper

burger-flipper

n. a lowly hamburger cook in a fast-food restaurant. (see also hole digger.) If you drop out of school now, you’ll end up being a burger-flipper for the rest of your life.
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Working at a burger bar at the train station, she has a blinding crush on fellow burger-flipper Glen, who introduces her to the messed-up world of illegal drugs.
Chelmsley Wood burger-flipper turned kitchen maestro Glynn Purnell picks up a deserved star for Purnell's in Cornwall Street, while Luke Tipping, executive chef at Simpsons and Birmingham's king of consistency, ensured the Edgbaston powerhouse maintains a star for the fifth year running.
Some bright spark with a ponytail had got his calculator out and worked out that it would take your average burger-flipper in a MacJob 1,771 years to amass that.
The second had the rotund bearing and the genial manner of a burger-flipper in a downtown diner.
If you have fashionista aspirations but burger-flipper finances, then you're going to have to adopt some different tactics if you want to doll yourself up at knock-down prices.
The idea was for every member of the Royal Family - from Her Maj down to Zara Phillips - to be forced to justify why we should fund their existence while a nurse, a firefighter and a burger-flipper at McDonald's sat in judgment upon them.
Theworld needs more burger-flippers with a rudimentary grasp of English.
Not if they repeat a performance when they flirted with defeat against a team of burger-flippers, mortgage advisors and gym rats.
Because burger-flippers have got an unfair advantage when it comes to advertising.