You can smell and dress like a burger

You can smell like a burger without having to work at a burger place for very low wages. For hamburger aficionados who want the smell even when they can’t get a bite, Burger King is putting the scent into a limited-edition fragrance. th

Burger King said Friday that the Whopper grilled beef burger-scented cologne will be sold only on April 1, and only in Japan.

Sounds too good to be true? It’s not an April Fools’ Day joke, though the company chose the date deliberately.

The limited “Flame Grilled” fragrance can be purchased at 5,000 yen (about $40), including the burger. There will be only 1,000 of them.

burger-kingBurger King said it hopes the scent would also seduce new grill-beef burger fans.

http://news.yahoo.com/burger-king-cologne-hamburger-lovers-japan-124425831–finance.html

AND

Big Mac-themed line of clothes and household accoutrements.

The product lineup includes matching thermal tops and bottoms, bed linens, wallpaper, a dog coat, a human raincoat and Wellington boots. Each one sports the same repeating Big Mac pattern on a white background. It’s not as subtle as poo emoji fabric, but at least it’s not as jarring at the outfit the Hamburglar wears.

 

http://www.alphaila.com/articles/failure/fast-food-false-advertising-vs-reality/

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