Ads vs. Reality : The Big Fat Lie Of Fast Food Advertising
By: Tom S.
Burger King sausage, egg, and cheese croissant
Yum, another fatty breakfast. This one looks even tastier than the McDonald's variant.
The egg has almost disappeared and the croissant looks plain weird. No, we'll skip it.
Burger King Double Whopper
Source: Cassandra Shie, AOL
The 'Ultimate Double Whopper' looks huge in the ad. In reality, it's at least an inch less high. Was the lettuce too expensive?
This video of pundo3000.com pretty much says it all.
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