Hong Kong is now home to the newest and neatest McDonald’s around. Say hello to McDonald’s Next, the McDonald’s of the future.
It’s not the meat that’s pink, but the buns. Which might be worse.
Remember last year’s black cheeseburger? This year, Burger King is serving up red cheeseburgers in Japan. That’s right, red. Why? Because these burgers are effing PISSED OFF.
But first, the question that must be asked is whether or not this is even a burger. Is it? I’m not so sure.
This is not a fake April Fools’ Day joke. You can actually buy Burger King cologne today in Japan. Promise!
These days, video games look better than ever. And if you need further proof of that, look at this highly detailed digital hamburger.
There is no better burger chain in Japan than Mos Burger. And there is no bigger burger at Mos than this.
Hungry? Why not have a tasty Xbox burger and a delicious beverage to wash it down? In Hong Kong, you can.
Last I checked, the cheese for cheeseburgers goes inside the burger, not slathered on top. These, however, aren't typical cheeseburgers. They're fondue burgers. Oh.
Does Sponge Bob know? Should we tell him? Say hello to McDonald's Crab Croquette Burger.
It was inevitable. This was bound to happen. Behold, an official Persona burger.
You know, like raspberries, cranberries, and blueberries. And the burger is called the "Premium Berry."
As Kotaku first reported earlier this month, Burger King rolled out a black cheeseburger in Japan. Now, McDonald's Japan has a black burger of its own.
Because, really, why the hell not? I'd do it in a heartbeat. Bring it on.
In short, it's spaghetti plus a hamburger. A spaghetti burger. What could go wrong?
As previously noted, the color blue is an appetite suppressant. Yet, here we are, with a blue burger designed to look Earth.
Like Japanese beef? Burger chain Lotteria is rolling out a series of pricey wagyu burgers, costing between $12 to $15 a piece. Yes, this is fast food!