Burger King Advertises Moldy Whoppers
Proving the point that their food lacks artificial preservatives, which is good
In response, no doubt, to the mope that ate year old McDonald's that he buried in his back yard, Burger King is starting their own offbeat campaign. Namely, showing extreme close up photos of a Whopper that had allegedly been allowed to sit idly for a month.
THAT'S BEEN SHOPPED!!
This apparently proves that BK doesn't use artifical preservatives. So the shelf life of a Whopper is measured in minutes, not years, as it should be. The thirty-day view reminds me of the NASA renderings of the interior moons of Jupiter. Each blue pixel represents a gushing geyser of liquid sulfuric acid, or something.
I'm not going to great graphic detail today because it is all over both regular news as well as advertising & marketing media. But remember how recently I figured that Burger King was the Prince Harry of fast-food burgers? They do what they think is best, hope that the cool people will catch what they're throwing, and give zero f*cks about everyone else.