Burger King Now Offers An All-Red Cheeseburger Because Japan

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Burger King Japan, already responsible for an all-black cheeseburger, is back with a further assault on our rods and cones.

The Aka Burger is their latest release of a food item that just ain’t right. Available as a burger or chicken sandwich, the Aka sports an all-red bun and red cheese.

The color is made possible by tomato powder and includes ‘Angry Sauce’ — a spicy Sichuan fermented bean paste, also red. The red burgers will be available from July 3rd until mid-August. Anyone who gets their hands on one… please send photos.

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[link, via First We Feast]

The Human Centipede Burger Is A Chain Reaction of Deliciousness

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Do not be concerned by its title… The Human Centipede Burger, by Iowa-based eatery Zombie Burger, doesn’t contain centipedes or humans. No… The inspiration for this burger is far worse.

The concept is actually taken from the horror film, The Human Centipede. And, if you’re not familiar with this movie, we suggest not Googling it before lunch.

The burger, however, may actually induce hunger, with three separate chambers of awesomeness…

  • Steak sandwich w/ cheddar, bacon, raw red onion
  • Slider burger w/ American cheese, pulled BBQ bacon, sautéed red onion
  • Loose meat sandwich w/ house cheese whiz, bacon-red onion jam

Enjoy lunch. Unless you’ve already looked up or have actually seen The Human Centipede. In either case, I am sorry.

[link, via Neatorama]

This Is McDonald’s New Hamburglar… No, Really

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At first glance, the above photo appears to be nothing more than a typical office drone dressing up for his company’s mandatory Halloween party. The truth however, is much different… and much much more sad.

The masked half-shaven gentlemen is actually McDonald’s new Hamburglar… you read that correctly. Gone is the chubby, single-toothed burger thief of our youth. He’s been replaced with a square-jawed, trench-coated metrosexual, who looks as though he only eats burgers that are grass-fed organic.

The introduction of the new mascot comes as McDonald’s sales plummet nationwide. And, we all know what happens when McDonald’s introduces a new mascot to peddle its foodstuffs… it winds up scaring the shit out of everyone.

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[via Mashable]

The Cheeseburger Hair Bow Is Deliciously Stylish

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If you need to tie some hair back, and you love burgers, the Cheeseburger Hair Bow is here to help.

Brought to us by Happy Mills Shop, the handmade hair bows are a stylish way to keep some hair organized, while letting everyone know that you love your burgers.

There’s also a Pizza Bow and Ice Cream Sandwich Bow available, if burgers ain’t your thing.

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[link, via Neatorama]

The Big Max Is The Largest Burger You Can Create At McDonald’s “Create Your Taste” Kiosk

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McDonald’s recently unleashed the “Create Your Taste” kiosk, which allows the Mickey D’s customer to get creative and build their own burger. The problem with this concept, besides that the end result is McDonald’s, is that eventually someone is going to take liberties with the service.

The Big Max, brought to us by Moshe Tamssot, is what happens when you push the Create Your Taste kiosk to its limits. With the option to “10x” almost every ingredient, you too can create a foot-high, four-pound monstrosity. Just prepare to have a fast food manager hate you.

Quick stat sheet…

  • 10 slices of American cheese
  • 10 slices of sharp white cheese
  • 10 slices of pepper jack cheese
  • 10 pieces of bacon
  • 10x pickles
  • 10x red onions
  • 10x guacamole
  • 10x tortilla strips
  • 10x lettuce
  • 10x tomatoes
  • 10x jalapenos
  • 10x grilled onions
  • 10x grilled mushrooms
  • with 10x mac special sauce, 10x mayo, 5x spicy mayo, 10x sweet BBQ sauce, 10x creamy garlic sauce, 10x mustard, 10x ketchup

[link, via Sploid]