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But it kept the set menu prices of its signature Whopper and Bulgogi Whopper unchanged at 7,700 won.
The 15-second ad starts with a Burger King employee holding up the sandwich saying, "You're watching a 15-second Burger King ad, which is unfortunately not enough time to explain all the fresh ingredients in the Whopper sandwich.
He then says "But I've got an idea," and when the camera gets closer he declares, "Ok Google, what is the Whopper Burger?
Bottles of the fragrance were sold at the fast-food chain's stores in Japan for 5,000 yen (about $40), including one Whopper burger.
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.
The sheriff said that Chelsea Whopper wasn't trademarkable - like tablet or macaroon.
Talking to fellow presenter Kirstie Allsopp about houses, the property guru said: "I've got a whopper and I'll be revealing it tomorrow.
The NY Pizza Burger, due to debut next month at Burger King's new New York flagship Whopper Bar restaurant, is four times the size of the chain's Whopper, comes on a nine-and-a-half inch sesame bun, and is just over the 2,500 daily calorie allowance for men.
Entre las multiples notas sobre la heroica guerra del embajador mexicano en Madrid, Jorge Zermeno, contra la hamburguesa Texican Whopper por usar en su publicidad a un luchador enmascarado ataviado con el sagrado labaro patrio al lado de un cowboy del doble de tamano --milagros de Photoshop--, descubro que nadie ha glosado sus ingredientes.
MEXICO is protesting at what it says is a whopper of an insult.
1 : something huge of its kind She won a whopper of a prize.