Presumably to take a jab at McDonald's non-biodegradable burgers (they're polluting our oceans!), this is a video released by Burger King advertising their now entirely artificial preservative-free Whoppers by showing a timelapse of one molding over the course of 34 days. Now I don't know about you, but I'm already in the drive-thru line at Taco Bell.
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Thanks to Lana, who agrees showing their food molding was a bold marketing choice. *shrug* I've eaten worse.
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, cheeseburger in paradise
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, give me twenty bucks and i'll eat the whole thing on day 35
, going to seed
, so that's what that looks like