Whopper


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A proprietary sandwich produced by the fast food restaurant Burger King. Without cheese, the Whopper® contains 670 calories, 40 g of fat, 11 g of saturated fat, 1.5 g of trans fat, and 1020 mg of sodium
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From August 8 to September 1, 2019, exclusively on DoorDash and the BK App, guests can order the Impossible Taste Test and receive both an Impossible WHOPPER and the original WHOPPER sandwich for only $7.* To receive the $7 Impossible Taste Test and a $0 delivery fee, customers can use code IMPOSSIBLE and order on the DoorDash platform at www.DoorDash.com or through the app for Android or iOS.**
Behold the 'Impossible Whopper': Burger King is rolling out the plant-based burger in its St Louis locations -- this meal is seen at a location in Richmond Heights, Missouri (GETTY IMAGES NORTH AMERICA/AFP / Michael Thomas / MANILA BULLETIN)
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The Proud Whopper was, in fact, exactly the same as the regular Whopper except that it was wrapped in a rainbow paper; inside the wrapper text read, we ARE ALL THE SAME INSIDE.
Reportedly, the benefits of WHOPPER Wi-Fi include fast and easy set-up, consistent Wi-Fi service for BURGER KING restaurants and more options for BURGER KING guests.
An advertisement for Burger King's Texican Whopper burger, shown in the UK and the rest of Europe, shows a small wrestler dressed in a cape resembling a Mexican flag.
I think my children welcomed the golden arches as a familiar sight, but the advertising that caught my eye was a large billboard advertising, in English, "The Angry Whopper." What did they mean by "angry?" Is the whopper angry at me?
WITH total surprise in the Daily Post I read about my favourite bars being threatened by the Burger King fast food chain, for the use of the word Whopper.
TV preacher Pat Robertson has either become the strongest man in the world, or he's been caught telling another whopper.
newspaper announced last week that a proposed Army Corps of Engineers Plan to build dunes along a barrier beach wouldn't protect homes from a Katrina sized storm, implying, "Why bother if we are doomed anyway?" Are we to not prepare for the once-a-decade whopper because it is impossible to protect against the once a century one?