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We Now Know What Will Be In Burger King’s Peace Day Burger

We Now Know What Will Be In Burger King’s Peace Day Burger


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After McDonald’s refused the make a McWhopper with them, Burger King decided to collaborate with other chains

The Peace Day Burger is meat-heavy offering: two beef patties topped with bacon and ham.

Burger King announced that they will in fact be making a Peace Day Burger on September 21, in honor of Peace Day to raise awareness for the non-profit organization Peace One Day. And now we know exactly what will be in it.

Originally, Burger King wrote an open letter to McDonald’s suggesting the two franchises set aside their differences for one day to make a McWhopper. But other chains including Denny’s and Krystal, saw the Peace Day Burger as an opportunity to collaborate with Burger King.

The Peace Day Burger will contain parts of Denny’s Bacon Slamburger, Wayback Burger’s Wayback Classic, Krystal’s Cheese Krystal, Giraffas’ Brutus, and Burger King’s Whopper. It looks like the Peace Day Burger will be a very meat-heavy offering with bacon, ham, and two beef patties.

Burger King also addressed McDonalds’ decision to not make a McWhopper. “As far as McDonald’s goes, any activity they undertake, whether in partnership with Burger King or on their own, would be incredible, as it will raise further awareness for Peace Day,” Fernando Machado, senior vice president for global brand management at Burger King, said in a statement. “And inadvertently, the McWhopper has 100% become a reality for some. The public wholeheartedly embraced the campaign and thousands of DIY McWhoppers have been created, reviewed, and shared on social media.”

This carnivorous burger will only be available for one day only in Atlanta at a pop-up restaurant at 1122 Northside Drive from 11:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. There will only be 1,500 burgers made, and they will be free of charge. All donations from the event will go directly to Peace One Day, an organization dedicated to ceasefire and non-violence awareness.


We Now Know What Will Be In Burger King’s Peace Day Burger - Recipes

A meme about a video in which a nasaly narrator talks about a scandal in which a burger King employee was seen with his feet in lettuce.

Number 15: Burger king foot lettuce. The last thing you&aposd want in your Burger King burger is someone&aposs foot fungus. But as it turns out, that might be what you get. A 4channer uploaded a photo anonymously to the site showcasing his feet in a plastic bin of lettuce. With the statement: "This is the lettuce you eat at Burger King." Admittedly, he had shoes on.

The post went live at 11:38 PM on July 16, and a mere 20 minutes later, the Burger King in question was alerted to the rogue employee. At least, I hope he&aposs rogue. How did it happen? Well, the BK employee hadn&apost removed the Exif data from the uploaded photo, which suggested the culprit was somewhere in Mayfield Heights, Ohio. This was at 11:47. Three minutes later at 11:50, the Burger King branch address was posted with wishes of happy unemployment. 5 minutes later, the news station was contacted by another 4channer. And three minutes later, at 11:58, a link was posted: BK&aposs "Tell us about us" online forum. The foot photo, otherwise known as exhibit A, was attached. Cleveland Scene Magazine contacted the BK in question the next day. When questioned, the breakfast shift manager said "Oh, I know who that is. He&aposs getting fired." Mystery solved, by 4chan. Now we can all go back to eating our fast food in peace.


We Now Know What Will Be In Burger King’s Peace Day Burger - Recipes

A meme about a video in which a nasaly narrator talks about a scandal in which a burger King employee was seen with his feet in lettuce.

Number 15: Burger king foot lettuce. The last thing you&aposd want in your Burger King burger is someone&aposs foot fungus. But as it turns out, that might be what you get. A 4channer uploaded a photo anonymously to the site showcasing his feet in a plastic bin of lettuce. With the statement: "This is the lettuce you eat at Burger King." Admittedly, he had shoes on.

The post went live at 11:38 PM on July 16, and a mere 20 minutes later, the Burger King in question was alerted to the rogue employee. At least, I hope he&aposs rogue. How did it happen? Well, the BK employee hadn&apost removed the Exif data from the uploaded photo, which suggested the culprit was somewhere in Mayfield Heights, Ohio. This was at 11:47. Three minutes later at 11:50, the Burger King branch address was posted with wishes of happy unemployment. 5 minutes later, the news station was contacted by another 4channer. And three minutes later, at 11:58, a link was posted: BK&aposs "Tell us about us" online forum. The foot photo, otherwise known as exhibit A, was attached. Cleveland Scene Magazine contacted the BK in question the next day. When questioned, the breakfast shift manager said "Oh, I know who that is. He&aposs getting fired." Mystery solved, by 4chan. Now we can all go back to eating our fast food in peace.


We Now Know What Will Be In Burger King’s Peace Day Burger - Recipes

A meme about a video in which a nasaly narrator talks about a scandal in which a burger King employee was seen with his feet in lettuce.

Number 15: Burger king foot lettuce. The last thing you&aposd want in your Burger King burger is someone&aposs foot fungus. But as it turns out, that might be what you get. A 4channer uploaded a photo anonymously to the site showcasing his feet in a plastic bin of lettuce. With the statement: "This is the lettuce you eat at Burger King." Admittedly, he had shoes on.

The post went live at 11:38 PM on July 16, and a mere 20 minutes later, the Burger King in question was alerted to the rogue employee. At least, I hope he&aposs rogue. How did it happen? Well, the BK employee hadn&apost removed the Exif data from the uploaded photo, which suggested the culprit was somewhere in Mayfield Heights, Ohio. This was at 11:47. Three minutes later at 11:50, the Burger King branch address was posted with wishes of happy unemployment. 5 minutes later, the news station was contacted by another 4channer. And three minutes later, at 11:58, a link was posted: BK&aposs "Tell us about us" online forum. The foot photo, otherwise known as exhibit A, was attached. Cleveland Scene Magazine contacted the BK in question the next day. When questioned, the breakfast shift manager said "Oh, I know who that is. He&aposs getting fired." Mystery solved, by 4chan. Now we can all go back to eating our fast food in peace.


We Now Know What Will Be In Burger King’s Peace Day Burger - Recipes

A meme about a video in which a nasaly narrator talks about a scandal in which a burger King employee was seen with his feet in lettuce.

Number 15: Burger king foot lettuce. The last thing you&aposd want in your Burger King burger is someone&aposs foot fungus. But as it turns out, that might be what you get. A 4channer uploaded a photo anonymously to the site showcasing his feet in a plastic bin of lettuce. With the statement: "This is the lettuce you eat at Burger King." Admittedly, he had shoes on.

The post went live at 11:38 PM on July 16, and a mere 20 minutes later, the Burger King in question was alerted to the rogue employee. At least, I hope he&aposs rogue. How did it happen? Well, the BK employee hadn&apost removed the Exif data from the uploaded photo, which suggested the culprit was somewhere in Mayfield Heights, Ohio. This was at 11:47. Three minutes later at 11:50, the Burger King branch address was posted with wishes of happy unemployment. 5 minutes later, the news station was contacted by another 4channer. And three minutes later, at 11:58, a link was posted: BK&aposs "Tell us about us" online forum. The foot photo, otherwise known as exhibit A, was attached. Cleveland Scene Magazine contacted the BK in question the next day. When questioned, the breakfast shift manager said "Oh, I know who that is. He&aposs getting fired." Mystery solved, by 4chan. Now we can all go back to eating our fast food in peace.


We Now Know What Will Be In Burger King’s Peace Day Burger - Recipes

A meme about a video in which a nasaly narrator talks about a scandal in which a burger King employee was seen with his feet in lettuce.

Number 15: Burger king foot lettuce. The last thing you&aposd want in your Burger King burger is someone&aposs foot fungus. But as it turns out, that might be what you get. A 4channer uploaded a photo anonymously to the site showcasing his feet in a plastic bin of lettuce. With the statement: "This is the lettuce you eat at Burger King." Admittedly, he had shoes on.

The post went live at 11:38 PM on July 16, and a mere 20 minutes later, the Burger King in question was alerted to the rogue employee. At least, I hope he&aposs rogue. How did it happen? Well, the BK employee hadn&apost removed the Exif data from the uploaded photo, which suggested the culprit was somewhere in Mayfield Heights, Ohio. This was at 11:47. Three minutes later at 11:50, the Burger King branch address was posted with wishes of happy unemployment. 5 minutes later, the news station was contacted by another 4channer. And three minutes later, at 11:58, a link was posted: BK&aposs "Tell us about us" online forum. The foot photo, otherwise known as exhibit A, was attached. Cleveland Scene Magazine contacted the BK in question the next day. When questioned, the breakfast shift manager said "Oh, I know who that is. He&aposs getting fired." Mystery solved, by 4chan. Now we can all go back to eating our fast food in peace.


We Now Know What Will Be In Burger King’s Peace Day Burger - Recipes

A meme about a video in which a nasaly narrator talks about a scandal in which a burger King employee was seen with his feet in lettuce.

Number 15: Burger king foot lettuce. The last thing you&aposd want in your Burger King burger is someone&aposs foot fungus. But as it turns out, that might be what you get. A 4channer uploaded a photo anonymously to the site showcasing his feet in a plastic bin of lettuce. With the statement: "This is the lettuce you eat at Burger King." Admittedly, he had shoes on.

The post went live at 11:38 PM on July 16, and a mere 20 minutes later, the Burger King in question was alerted to the rogue employee. At least, I hope he&aposs rogue. How did it happen? Well, the BK employee hadn&apost removed the Exif data from the uploaded photo, which suggested the culprit was somewhere in Mayfield Heights, Ohio. This was at 11:47. Three minutes later at 11:50, the Burger King branch address was posted with wishes of happy unemployment. 5 minutes later, the news station was contacted by another 4channer. And three minutes later, at 11:58, a link was posted: BK&aposs "Tell us about us" online forum. The foot photo, otherwise known as exhibit A, was attached. Cleveland Scene Magazine contacted the BK in question the next day. When questioned, the breakfast shift manager said "Oh, I know who that is. He&aposs getting fired." Mystery solved, by 4chan. Now we can all go back to eating our fast food in peace.


We Now Know What Will Be In Burger King’s Peace Day Burger - Recipes

A meme about a video in which a nasaly narrator talks about a scandal in which a burger King employee was seen with his feet in lettuce.

Number 15: Burger king foot lettuce. The last thing you&aposd want in your Burger King burger is someone&aposs foot fungus. But as it turns out, that might be what you get. A 4channer uploaded a photo anonymously to the site showcasing his feet in a plastic bin of lettuce. With the statement: "This is the lettuce you eat at Burger King." Admittedly, he had shoes on.

The post went live at 11:38 PM on July 16, and a mere 20 minutes later, the Burger King in question was alerted to the rogue employee. At least, I hope he&aposs rogue. How did it happen? Well, the BK employee hadn&apost removed the Exif data from the uploaded photo, which suggested the culprit was somewhere in Mayfield Heights, Ohio. This was at 11:47. Three minutes later at 11:50, the Burger King branch address was posted with wishes of happy unemployment. 5 minutes later, the news station was contacted by another 4channer. And three minutes later, at 11:58, a link was posted: BK&aposs "Tell us about us" online forum. The foot photo, otherwise known as exhibit A, was attached. Cleveland Scene Magazine contacted the BK in question the next day. When questioned, the breakfast shift manager said "Oh, I know who that is. He&aposs getting fired." Mystery solved, by 4chan. Now we can all go back to eating our fast food in peace.


We Now Know What Will Be In Burger King’s Peace Day Burger - Recipes

A meme about a video in which a nasaly narrator talks about a scandal in which a burger King employee was seen with his feet in lettuce.

Number 15: Burger king foot lettuce. The last thing you&aposd want in your Burger King burger is someone&aposs foot fungus. But as it turns out, that might be what you get. A 4channer uploaded a photo anonymously to the site showcasing his feet in a plastic bin of lettuce. With the statement: "This is the lettuce you eat at Burger King." Admittedly, he had shoes on.

The post went live at 11:38 PM on July 16, and a mere 20 minutes later, the Burger King in question was alerted to the rogue employee. At least, I hope he&aposs rogue. How did it happen? Well, the BK employee hadn&apost removed the Exif data from the uploaded photo, which suggested the culprit was somewhere in Mayfield Heights, Ohio. This was at 11:47. Three minutes later at 11:50, the Burger King branch address was posted with wishes of happy unemployment. 5 minutes later, the news station was contacted by another 4channer. And three minutes later, at 11:58, a link was posted: BK&aposs "Tell us about us" online forum. The foot photo, otherwise known as exhibit A, was attached. Cleveland Scene Magazine contacted the BK in question the next day. When questioned, the breakfast shift manager said "Oh, I know who that is. He&aposs getting fired." Mystery solved, by 4chan. Now we can all go back to eating our fast food in peace.


We Now Know What Will Be In Burger King’s Peace Day Burger - Recipes

A meme about a video in which a nasaly narrator talks about a scandal in which a burger King employee was seen with his feet in lettuce.

Number 15: Burger king foot lettuce. The last thing you&aposd want in your Burger King burger is someone&aposs foot fungus. But as it turns out, that might be what you get. A 4channer uploaded a photo anonymously to the site showcasing his feet in a plastic bin of lettuce. With the statement: "This is the lettuce you eat at Burger King." Admittedly, he had shoes on.

The post went live at 11:38 PM on July 16, and a mere 20 minutes later, the Burger King in question was alerted to the rogue employee. At least, I hope he&aposs rogue. How did it happen? Well, the BK employee hadn&apost removed the Exif data from the uploaded photo, which suggested the culprit was somewhere in Mayfield Heights, Ohio. This was at 11:47. Three minutes later at 11:50, the Burger King branch address was posted with wishes of happy unemployment. 5 minutes later, the news station was contacted by another 4channer. And three minutes later, at 11:58, a link was posted: BK&aposs "Tell us about us" online forum. The foot photo, otherwise known as exhibit A, was attached. Cleveland Scene Magazine contacted the BK in question the next day. When questioned, the breakfast shift manager said "Oh, I know who that is. He&aposs getting fired." Mystery solved, by 4chan. Now we can all go back to eating our fast food in peace.


We Now Know What Will Be In Burger King’s Peace Day Burger - Recipes

A meme about a video in which a nasaly narrator talks about a scandal in which a burger King employee was seen with his feet in lettuce.

Number 15: Burger king foot lettuce. The last thing you&aposd want in your Burger King burger is someone&aposs foot fungus. But as it turns out, that might be what you get. A 4channer uploaded a photo anonymously to the site showcasing his feet in a plastic bin of lettuce. With the statement: "This is the lettuce you eat at Burger King." Admittedly, he had shoes on.

The post went live at 11:38 PM on July 16, and a mere 20 minutes later, the Burger King in question was alerted to the rogue employee. At least, I hope he&aposs rogue. How did it happen? Well, the BK employee hadn&apost removed the Exif data from the uploaded photo, which suggested the culprit was somewhere in Mayfield Heights, Ohio. This was at 11:47. Three minutes later at 11:50, the Burger King branch address was posted with wishes of happy unemployment. 5 minutes later, the news station was contacted by another 4channer. And three minutes later, at 11:58, a link was posted: BK&aposs "Tell us about us" online forum. The foot photo, otherwise known as exhibit A, was attached. Cleveland Scene Magazine contacted the BK in question the next day. When questioned, the breakfast shift manager said "Oh, I know who that is. He&aposs getting fired." Mystery solved, by 4chan. Now we can all go back to eating our fast food in peace.


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