Burger King launches a burger for six to share

The Seeker of Good Songs

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Burger King launches a burger for six to share

by Gemma Charles Marketing 20-May-08, 08:00
LONDON - Burger King is rolling out what it claims to be the first burger made for sharing across its three biggest European territories, in an attempt to take on the pizza market.

The 6 Pack, which costs £4.49 on its own or £5.69 as part of a meal, comprises one big Aberdeen Angus patty inside six rolls, stuck together to allow consumers to tear off portions. In one pair of rolls the burger is topped with ketchup, the second has a cheese topping, and the third bacon and cheese.




:sick:
 

Renia

blue ribbon
Looks like Sliders to me, but connected.

I passed a White Castle today on the way back from a friends house.
The smell was disgusting. :(

but their fries are decent.

their mustard sucks though. Why the HELL can't they just serve REGULAR mustard?? :mad:
 

Worm

Taste the diffidence
Will the consumers be sharing their heart attacks together or will that be separately?
 

Worm

Taste the diffidence
I'd eat it. I'm hungry right now.
Bring some friends so you can take advantage of Burger King kindly allowing you to tear it to shreds like a pack of lions eating a zebra. Mmmmmmmmmmmm! Don't that hit the spot! :guitar:
 

Sir Alec

Anorak
Bring some friends so you can take advantage of Burger King kindly allowing you to tear it to shreds like a pack of lions eating a zebra. Mmmmmmmmmmmm! Don't that hit the spot! :guitar:
That makes it sound so much better than it actually is.
 

Sir Alec

Anorak
As an encore BK encourages you to laze around in your booth like a python digesting a goat. Because they care about their customers.
Wow, I'm going now! I can't tell you how many times restaurants have kicked me and my friends out for spending hours collapsed on the floor digesting our over-sized meals.
 

Worm

Taste the diffidence
Wow, I'm going now! I can't tell you how many times restaurants have kicked me and my friends out for spending hours collapsed on the floor digesting our over-sized meals.
Careful though. They tend to get chippy when said lazing about is accompanied by the distinctive odor of marijuana. :)
 

Sir Alec

Anorak
Careful though. They tend to get chippy when said lazing about is accompanied by the distinctive odor of marijuana. :)
Their reaction might be worse when they see it get passed.
 

The Seeker of Good Songs

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Looks like Sliders to me, but connected.
It gives no mention of the weight of the burger; if each segment is a quarter pounder or the equiv. of a regular burger. But who is really going to want to paw at the big mass of burger; just order your own. Someone will moan that so-and-so got too much or not enough.

I can picture some big fatties ordering two and downing them all by their lonesome [parked in their car around back by the dumpster] with a diet soda of course!. (looks over shoulder)
 
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The Seeker of Good Songs

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Wow, I'm going now! I can't tell you how many times restaurants have kicked me and my friends out for spending hours collapsed on the floor digesting our over-sized meals.
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iamkali62

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Burger King launches a burger for six to share

by Gemma Charles Marketing 20-May-08, 08:00
LONDON - Burger King is rolling out what it claims to be the first burger made for sharing across its three biggest European territories, in an attempt to take on the pizza market.

The 6 Pack, which costs £4.49 on its own or £5.69 as part of a meal, comprises one big Aberdeen Angus patty inside six rolls, stuck together to allow consumers to tear off portions. In one pair of rolls the burger is topped with ketchup, the second has a cheese topping, and the third bacon and cheese.




:sick:
:sick: That is just GROSS. I bet this catches on here. Who on EARTH needs to eat SIX hamburgers? Well, I think it's a conspiracy - the people that eat that garbage will develop diabetes, and suffer from obesity which makes the pharmaceutical industry VERY happy because these diseases will line the pockets of 1. Pharmaceutical industry 2. Physicians 3. Burger Sling. I mean, think of it. Makes sense to me. I haven't eaten fast food in three years. That was after I ate a double cheese hamburger from Jack and the Crack and let it cool down and it did not taste like meat. :sick: I think they make those huge sodas so you can wash it all down to disguise the taste. (kali gets off soapbox)
 

oye terence

ampersand after ampersand
:sick: That is just GROSS. I bet this catches on here. Who on EARTH needs to eat SIX hamburgers? Well, I think it's a conspiracy - the people that eat that garbage will develop diabetes, and suffer from obesity which makes the pharmaceutical industry VERY happy because these diseases will line the pockets of 1. Pharmaceutical industry 2. Physicians 3. Burger Sling. I mean, think of it. Makes sense to me. I haven't eaten fast food in three years. That was after I ate a double cheese hamburger from Jack and the Crack and let it cool down and it did not taste like meat. :sick: I think they make those huge sodas so you can wash it all down to disguise the taste. (kali gets off soapbox)
are you oliver stone?
 
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