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That's Too Much: Burger King Whopper With 718 Pickles

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These is a Burger King Whopper ordered by the folks at RocketNews24 in Japan with 718 pickles (previously: their even more insane 1,000 cheese slice Whopper and their 1,050 bacon strip Whopper). The pickle Whopper weighed in at 1.7 kilograms (~3.75 pounds) and cost a staggering ten thousand yen (~$89), which hardly seems worth it. I've never been on Supermarket Sweep so I don't know how much jars of pickles are going for these days, but I'm pretty sure I could get a Whopper and 718 pickles for way cheaper than ninety bucks. Besides, Burger King doesn't even use good pickles. Jesus, I can't believe we're even talking about this. Just kidding, of course I can -- I can talk about anything at length. Don't even get me started on their shit mayonnaise.

Keep going for a couple more shots of every cucumber's dream of the afterlife.

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Thanks to hairless, who's holding out for a 2,000-piece chicken nugget box.

There are Comments.
  • RiotDX

    Because buying a couple jars of pickles at the store would have been too much like work.

  • bluecheesedressing

    I'd be all like, "I said no mayo! What do you think I am, a freak! Now make it again right this time," and then start shoving pickles in my pockets while running out the door.

  • InnDEEEEEEEED

    I swear there looks like there's an olive in there too

  • Jan Bergström

    I saw the olive piece!

  • Armando Alphonse Landrian

    Too many pickles?? You guys are nuts, that is the perfect burger pictured there.

  • JimmyJam

    718 pickles for nearly $90!! That's a terrible dill.

  • palpable ovaltine

    I relish a good pun.

  • Bling Nye

    The brine says no, but the heart says yes.

  • Idk man, seems Kosher to me...

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