Justice is a dish best served greasy
Well, everyone knows Whoppers are better than Big Macs
@ptitty1231, Sadly, I've never had burger king
@ptitty1231, sorry thats a negative.
@freakazoid, I'm sorry, I should've taken into account that some MANIACS WANT ANOTHER FRICKIN BUN INBETWEEN THE PATTIES OF THEIR BURGER INSTEAD OF BIGGER PATTIES
@Meatloa5, it is delicious, would recommend
@ptitty1231, You ever tried a Bacon King? No salad, no ‘special sauce’, just 1,600 calories of beef, cheese, and bacon in a bun.
Well don’t they feel stupid now
This is one of those times where the phrase “Pick your battles” fits. Sometimes its best to just leave it be.
Supermacs goes through the legal problems, and burger king gets the benefits. That doesnt seem fair.
@ThePandaPool , what benefits?
@prxjxct, publicity for being able to abuse one of their two main competitors.
@ThePandaPool , the thing is though, the people who spent the most money on that case are McDonald's, and they're the ones who initiated the lawsuit in the first place. So, they lost money, gave themselves a bad reputation, made themselves look like fools, and inadvertantly gave positive PR to Supermacs, all while losing the rights to the name of their signature product. Really, what Burger King does here isn't really anything more than one company sassing another company over a stupid and entirely avoidable mistake.
The Burgers Are Better At Hungry Jack’s (Australian Burger King slogan)
McDonald's calls it the royale over there cuz if the disputes. they have for a while.
I had Burger King for the first time in a while the other day and holy shît I am NEVER going back to mcshïts again
"kind of like a big mac, but juicier and tastier"