Shots fired. . has been declared. Whopper's are way better than big macs, but mcdonalds is usually just a hole-filler (giggidy), however a whopper can ruin you (especially the triple one...I had Shots fired has been declared Whopper's are way better than big macs but mcdonalds is usually just a hole-filler (giggidy) however whopper can ruin you (especially the triple one I had
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#3 - bluenebula
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(07/10/2014) [-]
You remember that time Burger King made their own Big Mac and called it the Big King? Remember how that wen't so well?
User avatar #9 to #3 - caffeinecommissar
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We still have the Big King in Denmark. And I have had it in Berlin as well.
User avatar #11 to #3 - randomituseddie
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they still have them in the UK just without the middle bun. they aren't super popular unless it's the king of the day deal. i work at burger king, we don't sell many
User avatar #15 to #11 - listerthepessimist
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may I salute you fine people for the king of the day
User avatar #22 to #3 - pooplol
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We still have the Big King in Texas
User avatar #36 to #22 - bensho
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Here in PA, too.
User avatar #28 to #3 - ohemgeezus
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It's still around though...
User avatar #39 to #3 - mutantpanda
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They just started advertising the Big King in WA a few months ago
User avatar #43 to #3 - letting
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We still have it...it's pretty good actually.

User avatar #44 to #3 - thelizardlord
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No I do not. Please enlighten me.
User avatar #53 to #44 - messerauditore
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Idk what he's talking about. It's still a thing, and it doesn't seem to be doing THAT poorly. That aside, it's literally just a big mac with a name change. Nothing really special about it.
User avatar #69 to #53 - baaltomekk
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Except it tastes a lot better than a Big Mac
User avatar #72 to #69 - messerauditore
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I haven't had a big mac in years, but there seemingly wasnt a difference to me. I'll have to try them together sometime.
#56 to #3 - MrSunday
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**MrSunday rolled image** yeah i work at burger king on the weekends  also have a full time job  and this is one of our best sellers. Im aware it's a blatant rip off, but i think it's marginally better than the big mac
**MrSunday rolled image** yeah i work at burger king on the weekends also have a full time job and this is one of our best sellers. Im aware it's a blatant rip off, but i think it's marginally better than the big mac
#37 to #3 - bensho
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(07/10/2014) [-]
Of course I remember. It's out right now.
#6 to #3 - misterusername
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wen't
User avatar #54 to #6 - gameless
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How in the hell do you even get it in your mind to place it there?
User avatar #23 to #6 - muffaletta
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I read it as weent
User avatar #92 to #6 - cdmin
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gentleman of color
User avatar #77 to #6 - keltainenlumi
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well not
User avatar #81 to #77 - hydraetis
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if that was a thing, it would be welln't, not wen't.
User avatar #82 to #81 - keltainenlumi
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won't -> will not
wen't -> well not

I hope you realize that I'm not trying to make a logical statement. I'm just joking.
User avatar #78 to #77 - misterusername
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That doesn't make any more sense
User avatar #79 to #78 - keltainenlumi
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No need
#83 to #79 - misterusername
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User avatar #4 - cuntism
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Whopper's are way better than big macs, but mcdonalds is usually just a hole-filler (giggidy), however a whopper can ruin you (especially the triple one...I had one once...never again..I think I got beef in my lungs)
#5 to #4 - anon id: 7f70b2b1
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whopper is are way better than big macs
User avatar #105 to #5 - cuntism
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Feck, I can't remember the last time I got the grammar wrong.

amonlavtar yeah ruin you as in waaaaay too much food, stuffs you like a pianta.

Also, I have a morphine prescription, I wouldn't know what not having constipation is like ha
User avatar #138 to #105 - amonlavtar
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I think ive tried every whooper at one point, with a menu an all,
and in ever felt stuffed like you described.
#91 to #5 - fuckedbyapony
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So Bob's blanket = Bob is blanket?
User avatar #136 to #91 - cumbersome
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No, "'s" is usually possessive, but can also be a contraction of the word is. Its contextual (btw the contraction of "it is" is the exception, there is no appostrophe in that particular one), but neither made sense in cuntism's original comment. Oh, and s without the apostrophe pluralizes the word, that's what he should have used.

Sorry for the novel, hope that clears it up!
User avatar #137 to #136 - cumbersome
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**** i ****** up, "its" is possessive, and "it's" is the contraction, sorry
User avatar #139 to #137 - cuntism
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I love how we started on burgers and ended up in an English class
User avatar #112 to #91 - cuntism
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Good point..I'm not actually sure on the grammar of this. If I started it as "A whopper's way better" then that would work.
User avatar #109 to #4 - silverflame
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"Beef" Riiiiight.
#110 to #4 - historia
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Take this
User avatar #111 to #110 - cuntism
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That looks like my lungs after a triple whopper
#122 to #4 - leminlyme
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Triple Baconator. Now that's better. ©
User avatar #124 to #122 - cuntism
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We don't have Wendy's in the UK
Our fast food franchises are pretty limited - BK, McDs, KFC, Pizza Hut, Subway, Dominos, Papa Johns.

Might have missed a few, but I'd love it if we had like, Five Guys, Wendys, etc. Thing is they just wouldn't be that big here.
User avatar #60 to #4 - amonlavtar
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ruin you in what way?
Stuff you up?
Give you constipation?
User avatar #131 to #4 - cuntism
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Man I'm dumb

************* (awesome username btw), your statement refers to the singular and ownership, so an apostrophe would be right. Mine however references whoppers in the multiple, so an apostrophe is wrong - if I'd referenced it in the singular (A whopper's way better), then an apostrophe would be needed, but I referenced it as a group.
#10 - worldofwarcraftdog
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#41 - failtolawl
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why are people limiting themselves to two subpar choices when there are far better fast food places at the same cost?

the quality of burger king was good until they decided to make 1 inch wide patties on massive buns with disgusting new fries, and mcdonalds just makes me sick every-time I eat it.
#76 to #41 - anon id: 572a7fec
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Oohhh my god, Carls Jr Big Carrrrrrl, Thats where its aaaat
#80 to #41 - anon id: ed592aac
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Because they don't have Carl's Jr. in my state.
Or In-N-Out, for that matter.
I miss California.
#84 to #80 - furiousmarshmellow
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Does it have a Hardee's? That's basically what Carl's Jr. is called in some states, like mine.
User avatar #134 to #84 - failtolawl
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Hardees in the east, Carls Jr in the west.

typically I should say, I think there is too much competition in California or some other states to make a profit
#89 to #84 - justaredshirt
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Thanks for reminding me that the nearest Hardee's is two hours away. I'm still in withdrawal!
#104 to #41 - anon id: cfb0e0ac
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Depends where you live, such as myself, I live near BK and MC Dicks, but no Carl's Jr in sight.
#61 to #41 - toohntown
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carls jr. master race checking in the fries alone make me orgasm
#19 - lordraine
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I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but that is a **** looking burger. Look at how little meat there is.

If you're going to use ultra thin paddies, double or treble it up. Otherwise, use one decently thick paddy. Spoiler alert: if it can't be served rare, medium, or well done, it's not thick enough. Quarter inch minimum, preferably half, unless you're using really wide buns and making the paddy equivalently larger.

Look at that ******* monstrosity. The ************* onion slices are thicker than the paddy. I swear to God, the ******* PICKLES look a little thicker.

What the **** are you doing, Burger King? Is this supposed to be some sort of salad sandwich? If it had any less meat, it'd be ******* vegan.
User avatar #26 to #19 - erebosstatic
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113.4g of beef really isnt that bad, it's more than a serving
User avatar #27 to #19 - captchakid
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Actually I disagree, it looks delicious. Except I hate tomato.
#132 to #19 - liquidvoodoo
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As an Irishman, this was a terrifying read.
User avatar #90 to #19 - blokrokker
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I just want to point out: "patty" is the word for a piece of beef, sausage, turkey, or other meat product. Not necessarily meat, either.

"Paddy" is used as a slang for Irish folk. Technically you're talking about consuming Irishmen. So basically you're the next Jonathan Swift.

#94 - supercookieduster
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#75 - turbodoosh
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Finally have a chance to use this
#88 - justaredshirt
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The Whopper. Twice the size. Thrice the calories. Half the flavor.
User avatar #96 to #88 - illrekyemam
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Thrice the price
#47 - naziseverywhere
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#45 - mayoroftownsville
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>implying Burger King has ever served a whopper that didn't look like an American had sat on it