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Burger King's Hands-Free Whopper Holder Upends Fast Food (and Sloth)

McDonald's struck first with its dedicated french fry holders, but Burger King's new Hands Free Whopper Holder has dramatically raised the bar when it comes to making fast food even more convenient. At this rate of innovation, in a few years we won't even have to chew our combo meals anymore. Read More >>

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Exclusive: The Burger King and Jeep Hacker Is Probably This DJ From New England

It was just going to be another boring day on the Internet, when along came a spastic, hilarious hacker with a taste for McDonald's, Gucci Mane, and caps lock. Is a criminal mastermind behind the @BurgerKing (and likely @Jeep) takeover? Nope—just a guy who plays shows in Rhode Island who left an unfortunate Internet paper trail. Read More >>

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Burger King Twitter Hacked

Most Twitter hackers go after heads of states or companies to stir up some humiliation. But today's target is Burger King, which has been transformed into a combination fo McDonald's and amphetamine addict. Enjoy it while it lasts. Read More >>

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Burger King Apologises After Horse DNA Found in Supplier Factory

Horse meat-gate very nearly hit one of the big burger chains, with high street meat shop Burger King admitting to finding horse DNA in burgers at one of its suppliers. It has apologised, saying none of the dodgy meat actually made it into customers' gobs. Read More >>

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Burger King Introduces the BACON PUDDING

It is hard to believe this exists, but then again this has come from America, home of the idiot food. It is Burger King's latest innovation in the land of the bulging elasticated waistband, a pudding with bacon in it. Read More >>

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If You Order 1,050 Slices of Bacon, Burger King Will Comply

You don't have to be a doctor to know that eating hundreds of strips of bacon at a time can't possibly be good for your health. A reporter for Japan's Rocket News 24 obviously didn't get that memo. Because he ordered a burger from Burger King with 1,050 slices on top. Read More >>

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