Inspired by Avi's Vowelburger™ Riddle and the variations thereof
I got these Vowelburgers™ on discount, and they have a little different mouthfeel than others. Why is that?
These Vowelburgers™ are made with
two T buns
And they are:
TAT - slang for a tattoo, which uses ink
TET - Tết is also known as the Vietnamese Lunar New Year
TIT - vulgar slang for a breast (hence the censorship)
TOT - "rug rat" is slang for a child (or a tot), and the show "Rugrats" focuses on a group of tots
TUT - a similar noise to "tsk" to express disapproval
The discount/different mouth feel could refer to
the fact that the two buns are the same. Eating a burger with two top buns would certainly feel different, and they could potentially save money by only needing to buy one type of bun?