When it comes to things we can do to mitigate the risks of the COVID-19 pandemic, social distancing is definitely at the top of the list, right up there with wearing masks, washing your hands, and not touching your face.
(For full effect, you should hop down and hit play on the video below and let it play as you read.) Check out this milkshake, it’s the foodstuffs of childhood daydreams. Those glorious bastards over at Burger King have made up quite a bit for atrocities like their awful hot dogs and BK nuggets with the addition of the new Lucky Charms milkshake.
The fast food industry hasn’t been afraid to make some really weird snacks. Typically, these strange foods are offered in Japan, like those pumpkin and chocolate fries that McDonald’s offers. Now Burger King has rolled out Cheetos Chicken Fries, and they’re available right here in the good old U.S.
AstonishingStudios makes some great LEGO vending machines. If only we could have some of them in our neighborhoods to dispense fast food. Their latest creation is a Burger King vending machine that serves up Whoppers, fries, and even dispenses Coca-Cola.
Growing up, I use to love fast food burger joints like McDonalds and Burger King. These days, I avoid them like the plague because the food is terrible. I’m all Whataburger all the time, bros. Burger King has tied up with Frito-Lay to create a new deep fried snack that sounds dubious.
When the Burger King in Helsinki, Finland says “Have it Your Way,” they aren’t kidding. Now you can relax and have a steam bath with your Whopper. Yes, this Burger King sauna actually exists.
What’s weird about a couple of near naked guys enjoying a steam bath while eating Whoppers?
I really like pickles. Growing up my friends and I would snack on big bowls of them frequently, and I was even a bit of a pickle making master. My pickle seasoning process involved mostly sprinkling some of everything my dad had in the spice cabinet on the pickles and eating up.
I’m not sure how exactly I have missed the black Whopper that Burger King is selling during Halloween so far. It’s probably because I am a Whataburger man and leave lesser burgers for the plebs. The black Whopper gets its black bun color in part from the A1 steak sauce flavor in the bun.
Burger King Japan is at it once more, with yet another strange burger variant we’re unlikely to ever see here in the States. The Aka Samurai Burger features a bright red bun, and a spicy flavor to go with it.
Japan has some very weird stuff. In fact, I think Japan is the source of most of the weird stuff in the world. Typically, when we talk Burger King, we are talking about some strange food that will be available at their Japanese locations.
We all know what a cheeseburger is; it’s a hamburger with cheese on the INSIDE. Burger King Japan is rolling to a couple new sandwiches, one a normal burger and the other with chicken inside that have cheese on the outside.
So it has come to this. You know how hard it is to eat your Whopper while texting, trying to tweet, or driving. If only you had something that could hold your Whopper in front of your huge gob so that you could continue to gorge yourself.
Birds need their carbs and fats, too, right? It’s a good thing they can get their fill by ‘flying thru’ these Burger King ‘Fly Thru’ bird feeders. They look so well-made that you’d think the Burger King himself was behind them, but these were actually made by Brian Wolter.
It’s that crazy time of the year once again. Spooky costumes, haunted houses, bags full of candy, a pumpkin burger from Burger King. Wait, what? That’s right. The Burger King Pumpkin Burger is only available in Japan, and only for a limited time – unless it’s a big hit – then they will just serve it year round and start counting their stacks of money.