Read : Why Burger King is asking it’s customers to but food from McDonald’s?

The year 2020 is witnessing things which no one would have ever imagined. One of those unimaginable things is American fast food chain Burger King’s appeal which came as a complete suprise. The Burger King has asked their customers to visit and buy food from their rival McDonald’s.

“A friend in need is a friend in deed. ”

The novel coronavirus pandemic has disturbed many businesses across the globe. In order to help McD survive the lockdown, Burger King made this appeal.

Burger King posted a long note on their social media and captioned it as, “We know, we never thought we’d be saying this either .”

Their note began with, ” ORDER FROM MCDONALD’S. ” and further continued with, “We never imagined we would ask you to order from KFC, Domino’s Pizza, Subway, Five Guys, Greggs, Papa John’s, Taco Bell, and other independent food outlets, too numerous to mention here. In short, from any of our sister food chains (fast or not fast).”

“We never thought we would be asking you to do this, but restaurants employing thousands of staff really need your support at the moment. So if you want to help keep treating yourself to tasty meals through home delivery, takeaway or drive thru. Getting a whopper is always best, but ordering a Big Mac is also not such a bad thing.”

This is not the first time when Burger King indulged into something so thoughtful and generous, earlier a couple of the months ago, the leading fast food chain collaborated with Mental Health America and created ‘Reals Meals’ to draw people’s attention towards mental health issues during the Mental Health Month.

Some of the boxed meals that Burger King made during the Mental Health Month were : Blue meal – for when you are feeling sad. Yaaas meal – for when you are extremely excited. Pissed meal – for when you are hungry. Salty meal – when you are sassy or combative. DGAF meal – when you don’t give a f***.



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