False Advertising!: Burger King's All-Black Burgers Finally Spotted In The Wild (And Look Depressing)

September 22, 2014

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As proof that you can never get a burger that looks even remotely like the one in the ads, these are several pictures of Burger King Japan's all-black burgers spotted in the wild. As you can see, they look like shit. Which is a shame too, because of all the countries I'd believe would try to make a burger live up to it's expectations, it's Japan. Now I don't know what to believe in anymore. Except ghosts, I'll always believe in ghosts. And shopping for bargains.

Keep going for several more shots of the opposite of truth in advertising.

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Thanks to Allan A, who still wants one. One? I want four double-doubles animal style.

  • kamaca

    How does it taste though?

  • disqus_k2QxOV9H7Z

    Shame on you for oppressing real burgers with the unobtainable beauty standards imposed by media! Real burgers real beauty! imgur.com/gallery/XsaWgqH

  • Jai Mico

    What the hell you people expected it is a Fast food burger from Burger king, of course its going to look like shit. Mc Donald's and Burger king are know for false advertisement on their food pictures. Its always ment to look better than what the sad reality of the burgers are

  • Greg Stanopoulous

    Their ads are meant to show off the ingredients used in the burgers, you dolt.

    Learn what false advertising is before the phrase loses it's fucking meaning.

  • Jai Mico

    And you base your comment on what ? "your dolt"?, Fucking pretentious ASSHOLE. Just because you watch stuff in Youtube video on - how McDonalds makes their burgers , you think you have the answer . Then you insult me ? I'm entitled to my opinion and and you can go fuck yourself.
    To establish that an advertisement is false, a plaintiff must prove five things: (1) a false statement of fact has been made about the advertiser's own or another person's goods,services, or commercial activity; (2) the statement either deceives or has the potential to deceive a substantial portion of its targeted audience; (3) the deception is also likely to affect the purchasing decisions of its audience; (4) the advertising involves goods or services in interstate commerce; and (5) the deception has either resulted in or is likely to result in injury to the plaintiff. The most heavily weighed factor is the advertisement's potential to injure a customer. The injury is usually attributed to money the consumer lost through a purchase that would not have been made had the advertisement not been misleading. False statements can be defined in two ways: those that are false on their face and those that are implicitly false.

  • Greg Stanopoulous

    Jesus, cry more

    Edit: I felt compelled to tell you why you're wrong even more:
    The point of an advertisement is to show you A. What youre getting and B. make it look as attractive as can possibly be without lying

    That burger comes with all the advertised components, it just happened to be assembled by a minimum wage worker who just doesn't give a shit how it looks.

    You're an idiot.

  • Jai Mico

    I take your point of view, what I don't tolerate is you insulting me. Fucking looser I wish you could insult me in my presence to see how I fuck you up, is people like you who are fucking pretentious assholes who think they can prove their point by insulting others. Hide behind the keyboard you Asshole, I feel sorry for scum like you

  • Greg Stanopoulous

    Lol you're just upset that I told you why youre wrong with a valid point and then insulted you on top of that to kick you while youre down.

    Deal with it lmao

  • Jai Mico

    Fuck you asshole you aren't. But you are an ugly retarded looking mother fucker

  • Chris Twigg

    " assembled by a minimum wage worker who just doesn't give a shit how it looks." pretty much hits the nail on the head there

  • patrickres9

    Not entirely. For starters, I'm guessing the pristine ingredience in the advertising aren't the ingredience they're working with. Perfect bun, nice fluffy lettuce, etc. On top of that, you get what you pay for right? If I were making $7 dollars an hour to bust my hump and listen to people complain all day, I'd lose my drive for perfection pretty quickly.

  • archer923

    People thought it be like the picture? When was any fast food joint images matched?

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  • Brittany William

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    thursday I got a new Maserati after earning $4890 this-past/5 weeks and a little over 10/k lass-month. it's realy the most-financially rewarding I have ever had. I actually started six months/ago and straight away earned at least $84, per-hr. I went to this site..

  • Cheesy

    no

  • MustacheHam

    No matter how fancy the item is, fast-food will always be fast-food.
    That's just a fact folks.

  • Panzimar

    Wuh, no purdy instagram filters? This reminds me of how the colorblind painter from Oliver Sacks book An Anthropologist on Mars must see food! Funny, I have such a revulsion to Burger King burgers, from a synesthetic perspective the coloring finally matches how I think it tastes. Thing looks like it's been charred to hell (or charred *in* hell).

  • Closet Nerd

    http://geekologie.com/2011/...
    Not sure which looks more appetizing.... this or the shit burgers?

  • RobG

    Mmmmmm!

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