May 30th, 2014
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Josh Ozersky has written on his carnivorous exploits for Time, Esquire and now Food & Wine; he has authored several books, including The Hamburger: A History; and he is the founder of the Meatopia food festival. Follow him on Twitter @OzerskyTV.

Happy burger season! As we do at this time every year, we begged our favorite burger expert, Josh Ozersky, for his Top 10 Must-Try Burgers list for 2014. Ozersky is the author of the excellent "The Hamburger: A History." He gave it some thought, and then handed over his awesome list, plus intel on why these places made the cut.  

Only a madman or a glutton with infinite resources could hope to eat every hamburger in America. Think of how big the country is! And yet, it would be equally ludicrous to suppose that the 10 burgers I listed here last year are still the country’s best. Every year new hamburger debutantes have their coming-out parties, and each year obscure starlets emerge from the hinterlands to enchant even the most effete of critics.

Here then is this year’s edition. Not all are new; and not all are necessarily mind-blowing. A few, like Hildebrandt’s and Dyer’s, owe as much to their picturesque surroundings and rich history as they do to the salt and blood of their beef. But all 10 of these burgers deserve our attention, our respect, and most of all, our willingness to eat several of them, one after the other.

Get the recipe for the burger - The Little Owl's Bacon Cheeseburger from last year's list - shown above.

1. Harry’s Bar and Burger - Providence, Rhode Island
Like New Haven’s Yankee Doodle or Meridien, Connecticut’s Ted’s, this obscure Providence burger bar transcends its humble New England roots, producing a blue-ribbon slider so classic that it might have passed across a lunch counter in 1927. Salty, brown and with nary a daikon to be found, this old-school classic was my favorite discovery of 2013.

2. Montmartre - New York City
When Montmartre chef Michael Toscano told me that he wanted me to try a patty melt filled with béarnaise sauce and creamed spinach, my first impulse was to wince, and my second to run. I did wince; but I didn’t run. And I’m glad I didn’t. Generally, I find patty melts, essentially grilled cheese sandwiches with a burger patty in the middle, to be disturbing freaks, two fine sandwiches yoked into a unnatural union. Add in creamy, piquant béarnaise and creamed spinach, and the thing sounded like a recipe for horror. And instead it was great! All of the elements work together beautifully, and thing is lush and creamy and meaty and crusty all at the same time.

3. Alden & Harlow - Boston, Massachusetts
I’ve had Alden & Harlow’s Secret Burger only once, and that one was smuggled out for me without the chef knowing. Such is the reputation of this hamburger that I was afraid to get it in person. If, as I suspected, it was all hype I wouldn’t know it from the soigné product they put in front of me. But lo! The Secret Burger more than lived up to its reputation. None of the orthodox burger elements are omitted: the bun is squishy, the sauce Thousand Island-y, the lettuce and tomato dispensable, as always. I hated the dehydrated piece of Cabot cheddar, and almost left the thing off this list because of it. But there is no burger on this list that has more magnificent meat, a three-way Creekstone blend to which has been added some secret smoked element.

4. Knife - Dallas, Texas
It should surprise no one that John Tesar’s Ozersky Burger made this list; its creation was a shameless ploy for praise from a man he knew to be a hardened egomaniac. That said, the Ozersky Burger is fantastic. Seared, salty, squishy and with a pervasive perfume of soft onions, it takes a little bit of New Jersey into the Lone Star State. (Like Harry’s, the Ozersky Burger has a family affinity with White Castle.)

5. Trifecta - Portland, Oregon
I should say here that I like everything at Trifecta. But of all the things this Portland newcomer has going for it, a double pimento burger is—to me—the best. Pimento cheese has a Southern connotation, but it’s sweet and artificial and phosphorescent, and so looks good on crusty brown patties oozing juice and fluid. The fries are good, too.

6. White Hut - Massachusetts
Speaking of White Castle: In the wake of the chain’s success, the country was inundated with knock-offs and clones—Blue Castles, White Towers, White Mannas, White Diamonds, Royal Castles and many more. (Others, like Krystal and Kewpie, took on other names.) White Hut belongs to this ancient tribe, and with three locations in central Massachusetts more than lives up to their low standards of flat, greasy, onion-y, and soft-as-gnocchi hamburgers. There is likely some old-time burger shack somewhere near your house that is like White Hut, only not as good. 

7. Dyer’s Burgers - Memphis, Tennessee
Sticking with the old school, Dyer’s deserves some credit here. The Memphis institution has one of the boldest and more revolting boasts in the business: It has been deep-frying hamburgers in the same dirty oil for more than 50 years. The bluesy, Beale Street setting adds much to the flavor, but it actually is a singular taste experience, because tallow, too, can carry a whiff of terroir.

Holeman & Finch burger
Holeman & Finch burger

8. Holeman & Finch - Atlanta, Georgia
My previous list praised Company Burger in Atlanta, and rightly so, but that burger was generated by Holeman & Finch, a classy cocktail bar whose food program is under the owlish gaze of the great chef Linton Hopkins of Restaurant Eugene. The burger, another double, departs from the old-school model in many ways—an in-house bun, artisanal ingredients—but it’s true to the spirit of the old burgers. Also it’s very good. Especially with a martini.

Learn how to make the Holeman & Finch burger at home.

9. Hildebrandt’s - Williston Park, Long Island, NY
There is a wistful, elegiac note to this list; some of the places on it might not be here next year. They therefore deserve to be honored now. Hildebrandt’s is primarily a candy store and ice cream parlor, and it looks like someplace where Archie might have taken Veronica—to name two more defunct figures. A small grill is usually occupied with flat burgers made from meat delivered daily by a local butcher. If there is a more quintessential hometown hamburger, I am sure I can’t imagine what it could be.

10. Mile End - New York City
The Smoked Meat Burger at first perplexed me. I love pastrami, and I love hamburgers. But putting pastrami on a hamburger strikes me as a cheat. But in packing both beef and finely cut pastrami into the same burger and aggressively cooking it on hot iron, some happy synthesis of the two is created, and when dressed with thick pickles, it makes me happy to be living in strange times.

More from Food & Wine:
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Best Bacon Burgers in the U.S.
30 Minute Burger Recipes

Do you agree with this list? Post your favorite burger joint in the comments below.

– Josh goes traditional and picks his: Top 10 burgers in the U.S.
– Then he gets a little wacky with the: Top 10 non-traditional burgers in America
– Advice from a backyard expert: Best. Burgers. Ever.
– The secrets behind America's Best Cheeseburger (according to Food Network)
– Step-by-step guide: Making the World's Best Bacon Cheeseburger (according to the London Observer and pictured above)
– Killer cheddar sliders from our battling spouses

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  1. Burgeriffic

    I would put my homemade burger against all of these and anyone else that took up the challenge. It is my personal favorite food, and if I ate it as often as I wanted to, I would be obese...

    These all seem so...trivial. Seasoning on the outside of the patty only? There is no point! Toppings? All personal preference...the toppings should never overshadow the seasoned meat!

    Yes...bun is very important. I personally prefer a soft chewy genuine kaiser bun...but I always make sure to have other kinds of buns on hand for guests. Everyone likes something different, but one thing that is always the same is my secret recipe burger blend...I toot my own horn, yes...gosh I wish I had one right now for breakfast!!

    June 1, 2014 at 11:21 am |
  2. Hipp Stirr

    Such first world problems...really!

    June 1, 2014 at 8:23 am |
  3. Marie T

    White Hut is in western MA, not central MA, like the article states. Living 5 minutes from "The Hut," we used to go for a burger or dog at lunchtime, after school, or just whenever the craving hit. The whole experience is awesome. Just don't show up at noon on a weekday with a list from your coworkers if it's your first time ordering for a group. My brother & other coworkers thought it would be great fun to do just that. It wasn't. It is very fast paced and a hectic 5 deep from the counter during their busy lunch rush. A fellow customer saw me with my list, and taking pitty on me, ordered for me. Who had the last laugh when I returned to the office with a correct order? Me (and the guy who helped me, of course)!

    June 1, 2014 at 3:58 am |
  4. Jim Sock

    This article is 100% fodder. How pathetic.

    June 1, 2014 at 3:13 am |
  5. GiGi Eats Celebrities

    No good burgers in Los Angeles??

    June 1, 2014 at 1:36 am |
    • MikeyZ

      In-N-Out is still the standard in LA.

      June 1, 2014 at 2:52 am |
      • LA Burger Lover

        I thought In-N-Out was the standard in LA until I had Father's Office burger. Oh my!

        June 1, 2014 at 3:05 pm |
  6. tnut

    The 6 dollar burger at Carl Jr. Enough said.

    May 31, 2014 at 11:46 pm |
  7. Jesse Held

    I'd put the Parlour Burger ( against all-comers!! Bring it!! #MinneapolisMN

    May 31, 2014 at 11:26 pm |
  8. Ralph

    Top 10 (20, 100, etc.) burgers I've had–I made myself.

    May 31, 2014 at 10:27 pm |
    • Jerv

      Ha ha! Hey, when is dinner?

      June 1, 2014 at 6:05 am |
  9. vernon thompson

    El's drive inn, Morehead City,N.C. El's super cheeseburger, the best in the world.

    May 31, 2014 at 7:41 pm |
  10. Josh

    Ozersky is a loser. This is a lazy, unimaginative piece of shoddy work. Typical for hi,.

    May 31, 2014 at 7:10 pm |
  11. Not on the coast

    You missed LA to make your typical, boring, cliche CNN list complete! (I don't know why I open these...hope?!). Go to Google Earth, as it automatically zeros-in on the city as non-cliche as you can get, Lawrence, KS. Then go to Dempsey's. Has to make the top 10 list. Its okay to leave your 5-star hotels once in a while and see what the other 99% of America looks like.

    May 31, 2014 at 6:31 pm |
  12. Paul M

    I think FlipSide in Hudson, Ohio should be added to this burger I've ever had

    May 31, 2014 at 6:11 pm |
  13. boodiggly

    I work across the street from Harry's in Providence and was glad to see it made this list. It's a great spot AND the owner's passion for burgers is surpassed only by his passion for excellent craft beer: their offering is as impressive as their sliders!

    May 31, 2014 at 5:20 pm |
  14. Daniel

    To represent Florida, I must add to the list GREASE, in downtown West Palm Beach, which cooks up the best best burger of my 50 years, 41 states, and 12 countries.

    May 31, 2014 at 5:06 pm |
  15. Guy's Groovy Grab Bag

    There is a place in Myrtle Beach SC called the Loco Gecko. They have a burger called the Holy Smokes burger. Absolutely terrific.

    May 31, 2014 at 4:15 pm |
  16. Mike B

    If a burger with bernaise and creamed spinach turns off this writer, then I seriously doubt he's qualified for the job. A burger with bernaise is heavenly ... as shown by the chain Yardhouse, which has a Bernaise Burger on the menu ... topped with fried onion straws to boot. That is some serious eats and even if I hadn't ever tried it, the mentions of bernaise sauce with a beef-based entree is a perfect match. I stopped reading after the second entry. Laughable.

    May 31, 2014 at 2:50 pm |
  17. Steven L

    Great to see the Yankee Doodle in New Haven mentioned. Best burgers I've ever had in my life. Sadly it closed before people started making "Best Burgers in America" lists, otherwise it was sure to have made some.

    May 31, 2014 at 2:12 pm |
  18. TNWhiskey

    As a person born and raised in Memphis, I can absolutely assure you that they don't actually use the same fry grease. Also, take Dyer's off the list and replace it with Huey's. THAT'S the best burger in the world.

    May 31, 2014 at 12:59 pm |
    • wesscott2014

      ... in your opinion! Opinions are subjective, not objective, and therefore not fact. A vegetarian would say that NONE of these is good, or good for you. Some of my campfire burgers have been acclaimed by some people as the "best burger they ever ate." I often use elk or buffalo burger, and both of those are truly heavenly, with my preference leaning toward the elk.

      May 31, 2014 at 6:26 pm |
  19. d

    can we PLEASE start fining people for eating this garbage? Most of these burgers have >100% of your daily sodium, saturated fat, and cholesterol and you pigs will wash them down with sodas and fries. I'm tired of paying higher medical premiums for scum who don't take care of themselves.

    May 31, 2014 at 12:53 pm |
  20. User

    "The world" is a strong term for places that are only in the United States. Even #10 is from a restaurant named after an "mile end" in Montreal, it's owned and operated by a Montrealer and and uses smoked meat..not pastrami. The fact that the author can't make the distinction reduces his credibility. The real burger isn't even at this restaurant, you'd have to be in Montreal to have the real smoked meat burger. What about all the other places in the world where they have burgers? The best burger in the world is actually in Tel Aviv Israel!

    May 31, 2014 at 12:06 pm |
    • Clarence Weatherby

      It's not like burgers are American or anything...

      May 31, 2014 at 12:35 pm |
    • Bernie

      Sliders are the new burger. Check out Green Dot Stbles in Detroit. Really reasonable with a great atmosphere.

      May 31, 2014 at 12:58 pm |
  21. gastropunk13

    The Tokyo Burger at Tabree Restaurant in Buffalo NY.
    10oz all natural locally raised beef mixed with 20% bone marrow cooked in a cast iron skillet, butter toasted brioche bun, spicy remoulade sauce, caramelized onion, glazed Old Spot pork belly, seared foie gras, melted gruyere cheese, fried local farm egg, housemade bread and butter pickles. Done.

    May 31, 2014 at 11:58 am |
  22. Terry Dennehy

    Great article. I just finished my breakfast and now I want a burger. My diet is shot! Damn you Josh Ozersky and your burger knowledge!

    May 31, 2014 at 10:42 am |
  23. Ira

    Company Burger is in New Orleans, not Atlanta. Please correct the article.

    May 31, 2014 at 10:38 am |
  24. jb007

    Lol Some of burgers on the list are way over priced.I cook better burger than that and sell them at lower price!! 19 dollars for burger please I don't think so.

    May 31, 2014 at 10:16 am |
  25. Tasha

    Here's a video to watch about how these yummy burgers are made...

    May 31, 2014 at 10:11 am |
    • jb007

      oh well i love my meat lady so keep your opinions to your self. All vegetarians can kiss my $#% !!!!!!! lol

      May 31, 2014 at 10:42 am |
  26. Thomas Davie

    The 'must eat' burgers are probably the ones we can cook at home. We can grill, fry, sautee, broil or a combination of different cooking methods *by the way sous vide burgers are....odd). Toppings and buns are whatever we want. Meat is whatever we want.

    The 'smashburger' is a good place to start.

    You can experiment with different spice blends (I use cayenne, paprika, garlic, clove, cinnamon, nutmeg, allspice, salt, pepper).

    Nah, restaurant/fast food burgers don't come close to the quality you can get at home.


    May 31, 2014 at 10:04 am |
  27. Steve

    Booche's, Columbia MO. Order an E. Or three. You're welcome.

    May 31, 2014 at 9:59 am |
  28. Raedwulf

    Apparently the World's best burgers, doesn't include the rest of the world

    May 31, 2014 at 9:57 am |
    • Bryan

      Every article they have about the top food ALWAYS has New York restaurants listed for at least a quarter of the results. Though I've only been to New York once, I wasn't impressed with the food at any of the places I ate.

      May 31, 2014 at 10:28 am |
  29. Ed

    Alden and Harlow? How could that be one of the 10 you need to try? The place just opened and there's no way enough people have experienced their burgers to make that claim. Now Craigie on Main has been at the list of top burgers in Massachusetts for several years now. That is the one that should be on a list like this.

    May 31, 2014 at 9:45 am |
    • Davey Wavey

      Sorry Ed. This is not a popularity contest. I've had burgers at both Craigie on Main and Alden and Harlow. Alden and Harlow is by far better

      May 31, 2014 at 12:48 pm |
  30. ed

    White Hut is the BEST. You can get a giant burger with lettuce, tomato, onion, or some fancy aioli anywhere...... Order a double cheeseburger plain or with fried onions that have been sautéing on the grill for 3 hours and you will never find another as good!

    May 31, 2014 at 9:40 am |
  31. Theo

    The best burger is made every memorial day in millions of American backyards, flushed down with lots of beer in good company.
    This list is fun, but absolutely irrelevant.

    May 31, 2014 at 9:37 am |
    • josh ozersky

      You must be eating different backyard burgers than I am. Every one I ever had was a brillo pad perfumed with gas and covered up with ketchup to hide its shame. The best hamburgers are almost never grilled, but cooked in a pan. A black pan.

      May 31, 2014 at 9:44 am |
      • jb007

        oh please how wrong you are!!!!!! you can cook your burger any way you want for me it's a grill using charcoal or wood.

        May 31, 2014 at 10:22 am |
    • jb007

      lol damm right !!!!

      May 31, 2014 at 10:51 am |
  32. grace elby

    Big city burgers don't have a the country and try small, local places. Gannett Grill (Lander Bar)in Lander Wy has the most amazing burger you will ever have, hands down, and I've tried a bunch, across the nation.

    May 31, 2014 at 9:26 am |
    • tcopelin

      Some of my best memories while traveling as a Yute (youth) was eating great burgers at greasy truck stop restaurants around the country. Some places just try too hard. It is the quality of the meat,the bread and the vegetables used. (choice of condiments are yours)Give me a burger with cheese,lettuce,tomato,onion,pickles and choice of condiment that I have a liking for that day and I am happy (if done well) All of this extra stuff piled on a burger takes away from the flavor of the meat. JMHO

      May 31, 2014 at 10:11 am |
  33. j0eschm0e1

    Best burger cooked at home using the T-Fal Opti grill. I like the montreal steak spice, lettuce tomatoe. bacon and cheddar if you want extra. (ketch & must) Pretzle bun.

    May 31, 2014 at 9:21 am |
  34. john pickett

    Pass the salsa

    May 31, 2014 at 9:21 am |
  35. Rocky Balboa

    Best burger in Philly is the Whiskey King at the Village Whiskey. Iron Chef Jose Garces brings it!

    May 31, 2014 at 9:21 am |
    • brocky

      I still prefer the royal burger from the Royal Tavern. Long hot, smoked gouda, chili mayo... yup.

      June 1, 2014 at 2:32 pm |
  36. Erik

    Oh great, another 'foodie' list of most likely way overpriced burgers cooked up by a celebrity chef. Very expensive adjectives are often used at those places, like in this article.

    May 31, 2014 at 9:20 am |
    • josh ozersky

      I'm not sure what you mean, Erik. Amost every place on this list is cheapo, obscure, and chosen for its use of white buns and american cheese. There are no celebrity chefs. I suspect that you are sort of dumb.

      May 31, 2014 at 9:36 am |
      • jb007

        Hey Josh you have no clue about what great food taste like. I was cook line or chef who cares. Some of these crappy burgers are over priced. Let's me and you have cook off lol see you who makes the best buger.

        May 31, 2014 at 10:32 am |
  37. musings

    How about Twohey's Restaurant in Alhambra, California (since 1943)? Home of the onion-smothered Lil' Stinky burger?

    For shakes, nothing beats Palo Alto Creamery Bar and Grill, but taking your LA hamburger up to Silicon Valley might not be optimal.

    May 31, 2014 at 9:19 am |
    • josh ozersky

      I completely agree. Both those places are wonderful.

      May 31, 2014 at 9:36 am |
  38. j0eschm0e1

    I hate using the grill because of the gas or charcoal taste. if you must use the grill, use aluminum foil on the grill, that way you don't "blacken" your burger. That black on your burger can eventually lead to cancer (among the multitudes of other bad things we consume). We have been using the George foreman electric grill. Makes wayyy better burgers. But we recently switched to the T-Fal grill. It beeps when it is done to the desired rare / med / well. Perfect every time. Little pricey, (find a 20% off coupon for Bed,Bath n Beyond where we bought ours. I was rather disappointed at the price, but it proved its worth and then some. makes the absolute perfect Steak!! settings for steak burgers fish chicken sandwiches (mmm toasted sandwich), frozen items also. I teased my wife, saying yeah Im taking it back n getting the money back. Ohhh no youre not !! haha

    May 31, 2014 at 9:18 am |
  39. steve

    No, you must not try these burgers. Do yourself and the planet a favor and just don't.

    May 31, 2014 at 9:17 am |
    • musings

      Not for everyday, but for a treat. The planet will survive (although maybe humans won't).

      May 31, 2014 at 9:21 am |
    • jb007

      Why's that jack tell me why ?

      May 31, 2014 at 10:53 am |
  40. Mike

    as usual NYC gets "best at everything" smoke blown up their skirts while us folks in the midwest cook it up right. Try a Jucy Lucy (spelled right) and tell me there's anything in NYC worth a trip through La Guardia, which is a trick question, because there isn't.

    May 31, 2014 at 9:08 am |
    • josh ozersky

      I've had the Jucy Lucy, at Matt's Bar and elsewhere, and it's great if you like things that suck. The best hamburger in the midwest - and in America - is Steak n Shake. IMO.

      May 31, 2014 at 9:42 am |
    • Bert N. Ernie

      NYC thinks it's the center of the universe. Wrong.

      May 31, 2014 at 9:49 am |
  41. TwoThumbs

    Stop! I realize there is an Ivy League bias that is played out in this country, but please. The selection of best burgers is so white tablecloth, yacht club it is down right silly. "I'm not sure lovey, should I have the Secret Burger, which has limited availability and requires a referencing asterisk, or do I go with the item next to it on the menu, the chili and honey glazed octopus."

    May 31, 2014 at 8:48 am |
    • Thinking things through

      The octopus. Any day.


      May 31, 2014 at 9:05 am |
    • josh ozersky

      Dude, if you consider White Hut, Harry's, Dyer's, and Hildebrandt's to be ivy league, you better hope you never eat Division III burgers.

      May 31, 2014 at 9:39 am |
  42. nc1965

    And we wonder why our kids are dying of strokes?

    May 31, 2014 at 8:38 am |
    • jb007

      ok whatever man

      May 31, 2014 at 10:54 am |
  43. Gerry

    Best burger east of Mississippi is in Knoxville, TN & is known as Littons Market, Restaurant & Bakery. this choice comes from a northerner from New England & Mid-Atlantic states. however many distant 2nd choices are in Maine, Massachussetts, New Jersey & on.

    May 31, 2014 at 8:34 am |
    • josh ozersky

      Now you tell me! I was just in Knoxville!

      May 31, 2014 at 9:41 am |
  44. Roger

    There is a place in East Avon New York on Route 5 called Wahl's. I have not been there for a few years but the last time I was there it was as good as the first time I went there over 50 years ago. Fresh hamburger meat and nicely cooked.

    May 31, 2014 at 8:15 am |
  45. Fuse

    West coast – represent! Ok, not really. Where are the green chile cheeseburgers?

    May 31, 2014 at 8:15 am |
    • josh ozersky

      Everybody knows about them already. I'm not here to second George Motz (even though he is always right.)

      May 31, 2014 at 9:40 am |
  46. Memphis Dave

    Hey Josh please use words real people can understand?words like synthesis? and transcends? tallow?phosphorescent? quintessential? its a Hamburger not a science test! zzzzzz!

    May 31, 2014 at 8:11 am |
    • josh ozersky

      Finally, an intelligent comment!

      May 31, 2014 at 9:40 am |
  47. Sam

    Best Burger at Charcos Montreal. Small Restaurant next to concordia university. Cooked on Natural Charcoal Wood. Amazing!!!

    May 31, 2014 at 8:10 am |
  48. Bill

    Any list of top ten burgers has to include In & Out. It just does.

    May 31, 2014 at 8:09 am |
    • user really doesn't. Now that we have them here in Texas, I can say they're about 4th on a fast food list. Nowhere near the best.

      May 31, 2014 at 8:36 am |
      • havetocomment

        I grew up in Southern Calif eating In & Out from when I was a kid. I agree with User that Bill hasn't been out enough to know. In & Out is good for a fast food burger but not the best. It has become trendy to think it is the best by some. My favorite burger over all is at the Junction in Park City, Utah

        May 31, 2014 at 9:18 am |
      • Ash

        I absolutely love In-N-Out. I grew up eating it and I think whatever fast food burger you grew up eating will always be your favorite because it's comforting and familiar. I think this list is interesting and it's meant to be burgers to try this year – not these ARE the best burgers.

        May 31, 2014 at 9:10 pm |
    • Sean M

      WHAT!??! In and Out is a cool fast food franchise, but they're not quality burgers.... not even close.

      May 31, 2014 at 1:05 pm |
  49. Rob

    Nice list – just a heads up: Teds is in "Meriden" not "Meridien."

    May 31, 2014 at 7:51 am |
  50. MrYumYum

    Rare. If it isn't rare it isn't worth eating. Might as well be a hockey puck on a bun. Yeah, might be toxic. So what.

    May 31, 2014 at 7:49 am |
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