The black burger bun makes its [triumphant?] return, with Burger King Japan’s Black Ninja Burger. Only this time, accompanying the aforementioned buns, is an enormous slab of bacon to mimic its ninja mascot, ‘Kuro Ninja.’
If you’re a gourmand who likes to put fries on your burger, then the culinary/laziness gods have answered your prayers. Starting Sept. 1, Burger King will gladly place french fries on your burger for you, with their new French Fry Burger.
Sure, you could have a much better burger and fries somewhere/anywhere else. But then you’ll have to lift the bun and strategically place the fries on yourself. That just sounds like a lot of work. Thanks for the help, BK.
For the fast food eater who’s using their hands for more important things, there’s the Hands-Free Whopper Holder. Supposedly, a few of these were presented to fifty lucky fans in Puerto Rico, where they’re celebrating the chain’s fiftieth anniversary in the country. Simply strap it on as if it’s a human feedbag, and you can stay productive as you chow.
So, is this contraption real? We’re still not sure. But if this is some sort of slick marketing campaign to improve Puerto Rico’s chances of becoming a U.S. State, they’re certainly heading in the right direction. Please watch this…
Created by Copenhagen-based artist Brian Wolter, and officially titled Fly Thou, the Burger King bird feeder offers quick flame-broiled goodies for the bird on-the-go. Just don’t forget their fries, or they’ll take it out on your windshield.
And, for the bird with late night munchies, the feeder is equipped with solar panels to help light it up at night.
Do not adjust your computer monitors — the Premium Kuro Burger by Burger King Japan is supposed to look like that. The black bun, colored with bamboo charcoal, sandwiches the infamous BK flame-broiled patty with all the fixings. Those fixings also include black ketchup, colored with squid ink. The limited edition hamburger will be unleashed this Friday, 9/28.