Wednesday, September 2, 2015

Wouldst thou leave me so unsatisfried?

Burger King is changing its name, kind of, sort of.

Wouldst thou leave me so unsatisfried?

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Burger King is changing its name, kind of, sort of. To promote the chain's new Satisfries, the flame-broiled royalty is changing signs on some restaurants to read Fries King.

Big woop!

Sorry, but the sole redeeming quality to BK's fries in the past has been that Emineminem (sic) hasn't rapped about spitting on them like he did the onion rings.

Here's a tip your highness: Stop trying to outdo McDonald's with marketing and beat them where it counts - make better and more wholesome food at a lower price.

Oh, and go ahead and hire Howard Eskin already as your spokesman.

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