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Fudruckers. It's Fudruckers that has the Fixins Bar. And my gosh are those good burgers. I haven't had one in ages, but maybe one will open near here some day.
I'm literally salivating thinking about those burgers. A complete Pavlovian response.
I'm not a teacher, but I write for a living. Please don't ask me about 2nd conditionals, but I'm a safe bet for what reads well in (American) English.
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I, too, would call the extras which go on top of the meat/veggie pattie/burger inside a bun "toppings", not fillings.
It never occurred to me this would get so confusing!
It's not just burgers. A place like Subway makes a whole bunch of different kinds of submarine sandwiches. You order the basic (say turkey or Italian or ham) and then you tell them what you want on it.
I don't think we here think of a sandwich as a blank slate. It's something between bread which can optionally have something else on top of it.
Am I right in understanding though, that you do refer to a meat pattie inside a burger bun (with or without salad etc) as a "sandwich"?
Also, I just got done heating my soup at the microwave (at the coffee station) and the woman behind me started heating up a frozen (prepackaged) chicken pot pie. So, I guess adults do eat them here. I'd never have guessed that. Although in my defense, she often talks in a rather annoying baby voice.