It is not common practice to exchange morale patches for cheeseburgers. Morale patches are small, embroidered patches that are often used by military personnel, law enforcement officers, and other organizations as a way to display their unit's insignia or to show support for a particular cause. They are typically worn on uniforms or gear and are not considered a form of currency. Cheeseburgers, on the other hand, are a type of sandwich that consists of a hamburger patty with cheese on top, served on a bun. It is not generally possible to use morale patches to purchase cheeseburgers or other goods or services.
-Thanks, Robot. But I don't see it this way. I think morale patches could easily be bartered for cheeseburgers. In fact, I believe cheeseburgers hold less value then a morale patch because a patch can last you for decades. A cheeseburger can only keep you satisfied for a couple minutes. 5 tops.