For all the flack that McDonald's has taken, and for all their efforts to create the illusion of a healthier menu, Burger King has boldly gone in another direction. My dear readers, I present to you, the BK Quad Stacker. Four meat patties, four slices of cheese, and eight (8!) slices of bacon for $3.99. Then they slather it with Thousand Island dressing. It looks something like this:
What's the nutritional value of one of these bad boys? 1,000 calories, 68 grams of fat, 30 grams of saturated fat, 240 milligrams of cholesterol, and 1,800 milligrams of sodium.
I know what you're thinking. Why Thousand Island? Why not barbeque sauce? I asked myself that same question as I sucked one down tonight. I also wondered why they would use regular patties. Why not tap the Whopper patties? I'm sure with a little more effort from Burger King, they could get the grams of fat into triple digits.
A few hours later, I got a little something that Burger King doesn't advertise. I like to call it the "BK Intestinal Gurgle," followed by the "BK Quad Dump." I still can't go near my bathroom without my eyes tearing up.
Do people seriously wonder why the entire world hates us? I mean, I'm not laying it all on Burger King, but doesn't it kinda feel like they are giving everyone the finger?
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