You look like a damn fool, take that shit out of your mouth and speak normally! Who wants to watch someone with no teeth eat? Its absolutely disgusting!
By now, most of you are probably familiar with the visually nightmarish Kuro Burger from Burger King Japan. But while it looks unquestionably Lovecraftian, its construction is fascinating and I'd eat that goddamn thing in a heartbeat. Sure, it looks like the active ingredient Sauron would use in his grilled cheese sandwiches and seems to possess the metallic sheen of a Lincoln towncar.
At least, Bouchard thinks so. You can imagine getting old with these people. Has there ever been a moment when you felt like, OK, this might be the end of the show?
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Burger King has recently introduced its Halloween burger in the US market, following its success in Japan. It features, among other things, a black bun. Trouble is, while the Japanese creation used squid ink, the US one uses artificial colour.
Oh what havoc a few misplaced letters can spell. Looking at this new round-up of fast food signs gone-wrong, it's hard to believe such gaping errors ever managed to make it to the billboards - but seemingly it happens. Some, surely, are the work of employee pranksters - take KFC's 'cock rings r back', for example.
T he gourmet burger is now mainstream. Even Hungry Jacks has its own salt and fat packed version dragging down the reputation of Angus beef. The angry, in what now shall be known as the Angry Anus, refers to the chilli. Not all these fast food burgers are bad.
For the latest business news and markets data, please visit CNN Business. At issue were two ads from Jack-in-the-Box. In one ad, Jack-in-the-Box employees laughed every time the word Angus was said.
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