I am being specific to the hamburger / cheeseburger sector on this forum though this concerns all burger types. I am not happy with burger retailers giving out burgers and warm pickles. The pickles should not be warm or rubbery. Thus the word burgerwithapickle is a bit too broad and a distinction should be included for educating that a particular burger is also a warm-pickle burger, e.g. 'A Rubberpickle-Burger'. This should educate and help to understand that the pickle is serious in it's objectives. (making a burger delicious.) I find it objectionable and corrupt that Burgers are using warmed pickles, de facto over-sized-relish to pass as a crispy delicious pickle. The pickle/burger activity is about doing things without any compromise. When you have a pickle on the side, burger enjoyment is generally less enjoyable, and the bun sometimes gets soggy, it is all quite revolting.