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“We felt that [the Proud Whopper] could bring to life a message of equality, self-expression, authenticity and just being who you are.”?!
I think that may be reading a little too much into a saturated fat cholesterol bomb.
This is genuinely brilliant MARKETING.
It’s “All the same inside”?
You mean, grease, and fat and gristle? And an occasional bone?
Yeah, I’ve dated a few guys like that.
@NateOcean: And the antibiotics!
While I appreciate that Burger King is showing support for gay rights in an attempt to increase their sales, I find their “food” to be difficult to swallow. But, I feel that way about most fast food.
I still won’t eat there but I appreciate it.
While I agree that fast food is completely unhealthy, lots of people continue to eat it. I think this is a terrific corporate gesture on their part.
Bitch & Whine!!! IT’S ABOUT THE F*CKING MESSAGE, YOU IDIOTS!!!
A company promoting equality in a really good way that makes people actually think and some people bitch & moan about that ?!?
I don´t get why some people can´t accept this for what it is: A company seriously taking a stand\voicing its opinion.
You can´t really believe that they are planning to sell a ton of extra burgers or getting a big push in sales out of it. And about the whining about the choice of product: They took their signature/most sold burger to deliver the message, not some side-product. I, for one, think that it´s a really big and very nice thing they did.
How jaded is it to take a good thing and right away try to find something ugly about it ?
My wife and I rarely buy fast food, but if we’d been in San Francisco this week, we would have bought a couple. I think it’s a lovely gesture. After all it’s only one Burger King, in one city, for one week. Kind of hoping it expands, though. Go, Proud Whopper!
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