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Burger King And McDonald's Join Forces To Create The McWhopper

Burger King ran a full-page ad in the New York Times asking McDonald's to join forces with them. The plan is to open up a restaurant that would be managed by employees of both fast food chains, and the only item on the menu will be a cross between a McDonald Big Mac and a Burger King Whopper.

Those are arguably the two most popular burgers in the world so combining them can only lead to good things.

All the profits from the sale of the new burger would be Donated to Peace One Day.

Hopefully this burger will be a true combination of both fast food menu items and not just a whopper with Big Mac sauce.

Burger King is very serious about this, they even launched a website for the occasion and they created a YouTube video proposal of what the new mutant burger might be.

Unfortunately McDonald's has rejected the offer.

[embed]https://youtu.be/DsaUuIj6Xb0[/embed]

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