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14 Deliciously Dumb Burger Memes For The Greasy Fiends

Craving a delicious, juicy burger? Yeah, join the club. Unfortunately we don't have a burger for you, but we do have burger memes, which is the next best thing, right? They won't help satiate your intense craving for the greasy piece of heaven that is a hamburger, but they will make you laugh, and perhaps hold you over til you can actually get your hands on one!

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Burger King Just Released 'Real Meals' And People Are Wondering WTF Is Going On With Brands These Days

In a move that's clearly a jab at the McDonald's Happy Meal, Burger King has recently launched "Real Meals" as a part of its #FeelYourWay campaign that aims to raise awareness for mental health issues for Mental Health Awareness Month.

Is this a smart move on their part? When it comes to marketing the brand, we thinks that's a definite yes. Will it actually lead to helping people who deal with mental illnesses? Who knows! We'd love to know what you think on that matter.

And seriously, we have to ask WHAT is going on with brands on social media these days? It seems like after the Wendy's Twitter account made its sassy mark on the world, every single brand wants to get in on that saucy social media action. 

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20 Fake Slogans For If Brands Were Being Completely Honest With Us

Creating a tagline or a jingle is a crucial part of marketing for almost every brand - it's gotta be something that represents the brand well and easily gets stuck in your head. The following posts much more accurately describe what we're actually thinking about the brand's reputation! \

Come on Lay's, literally everyone knows that 70% of the bag is air. We aren't being fooled by your lies...

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15 Greasy Fast Food Memes That Any American Will Salivate Over

Ah fast food, one of the great inventions of America. It's gross and greasy and questionably made but we both know you aren't going to stop eating it any time soon. If God didn't want us to eat so much greasy sh*t then he wouldn't make it so damn addictive and vegetables so expensive!

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21 Fast Food Workers Share Grisly Items They'd Never Get Caught Ordering

Most people know what they're getting when they order from a fast food restaurant. It's not Michelin Star dining, so it's pretty doubtful that these establishments would go above and beyond in the areas of food safety. These comments, culled from an eye-opening Reddit thread confirm what we've feared all along. Also, you should NEVER order a tuna sandwich from Subway.

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Russian Burger King Grilled Over Offensive World Cup "Impregnation" Prizes

These days fast food brands are generally in the news for their hilarious and sassy social media antics. In a way, this is still true for Burger King Russia - the brand just took the fire to a bizarre new level. The social media account for the train restaurant decided it was a good idea to offer a lifetime supply of burgers and 3 million rubles - if they managed to become impregnated by a World Cup soccer player. 

The move was almost immediately criticized by the media, and BK Russia scrambled to take the Facebook post down. This isn't the first time that Burger King Russia was flame-broiled over tasteless and offensive marketing ploys. The chain horrified the world after using the likeness of a controversial 16-year-old rape victim in a promotion. We don't know about you, but it's pretty clear that someone has got to be fired. 

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Net Neutrality has been on our country's collective mind for months, but how many people actually know what the concenpt really is? Burger King's latest creative PR/advertising move attempts to tackle this ignorance by offering perplexed customers different "plans" for varying prep times of their burgers. Burger King should start tackling every issue - they've managed made Net Neutrality incredibly easy to understand.

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Tweets from Fast Food Twitter Accounts That Are Brilliant Displays of Marketing Comedy Gold

At least we have our comedically gifted fast food twitter in such trying and unpredictable times. Of all the tweets we're about to cruise through, I've gotta pass the MVP award to Wendy's at this point, man. The sheer brutality meets locker-room kind of banter they've had runnin amok across my twitter feed as of late is a solid testament to social media marketing done right.

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Everyone knows at Burger King, they serve burgers “your way,” but this Halloween, they’re serving them roasted, leaving the competition burnt to a crisp.

A Burger King in Queens, NY got really into the Halloween spirit this year, throwing a white tarp over the building and dressing it up as the ghost of McDonald’s. Rest assured, the location cleared things up on their marquee, which read, “BOOOOO! Just kidding, we still flame grill our burgers. Happy Halloween.” They even scrawled "McDonald's" on their food containters. Needless to say, it was a real fright to an already brave customer-base looking to get their Whopperito on.

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For a company that sells cheeto-dusted chicken fingers and has this creep as their mascot, Burger King really has the weird fast-food marketing department on lock.


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Actually, creepy mascots are kind of both of their M.O. I direct your attention to Exhibit A, a gif of a couple of Grimace Grandmas rubbing Ronald McDonald's head. Yikes.

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The only question left: how will a combination Taco Bell/KFC respond? 

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According to ABC7, a prank caller told a Burger King in Coon Rapids, Minnesota that they were from the fire department and that the employees needed to break all the windows to release "pressure" before the building exploded. 

Gizmodo found out why Burger King's black burger turns your poop green.
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As October's shadow loomed long on September, we knew Burger King would bring a black-bunned burger to celebrate the creepy season.

What we didn't know is that eating the thing would turn your poop a vibrant, verdant, lustrous green. Careful there, that link shows actual human waste.

Furthermore, we didn't know why. We only had to hold ourselves against the dark ignorance that blanketed us.

People had lots of speculation, from A-1 sauce to demonic leprechauns, but it was Gizmodo that ultimately revealed the truth.



But while the poop is indisputably green, the dye causing it might not be. The dyes that make the bun black are a combination of Yellow #6, Red #40, Caramel Color, and Blue #1. Blue #1 is also known as Brilliant Blue FCF. Brilliant Blue doesn't absorb well in the intestines, so it often comes out in the poop—it just doesn't come out blue. The internet is full of concerned parents talking about giving their kids a purple drink or smoothie (made with red and blue food coloring) only to change green diapers or find green stains on underwear. Brilliant blue is often combined with tartrazine, a yellow food dye, to make green dye. A site called The Poop Report claims that blue food dye (Blue #5 this time) combines with bile to make poop green, although bile by itself can turn poop green.

In the end, the green product of the black burger is probably the result of blue food coloring. The good news is that it's coming out of you because it's not getting absorbed into your body.



Now we can sleep soundly and try to eat stuff that's not cosmetically dyed to celebrate a time of year.

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Burger King wants to "end the beef" between themselves and McDonald's (for just one day, at one special location) in honor of the International Day of Peace. Because, you know, nothing says peace like a frankenburger. Ah, capitalism. Here's their proposal:

In honor of Peace Day, September 21st, Burger King is inviting McDonald's to team up to create the McWhopper — a burger built for world peace. If they say yes, we’ll mark this ‘burger wars” ceasefire with a one day pop-up McWhopper shop in Atlanta on Peace Day, halfway between our two headquarters.


Would you eat a McWhopper in the name of peace?

Update: Looks like you won't have to eat one, because McDonald's has declined Burger King's offer with a Facebook post that can only be described as a sick burn: