Wait, 777 yen? That's like $8.50. I seem to remember food being more expensive than that when I was in Japan, especially beef--even at a special price I have a hard time seeing them sell it for that. Maybe it's legit, but I suspect it might be fake. Either way, it's entertaining...
[citation][nom]man-inj-74[/nom]I knew that was too cheap... After reading the fine print on that ad..."The first 30 customers of the day to order the burger get it for a special price of 777YEN, regular price is 1450YEN"[/citation]
Thanks! That makes more sense.
I believe this burger will be the ultimate test of W7: If you can eat it all, the amount of time that one can stay out of the "restroom" in hours (or minutes, perhaps) will be how long W7 will be around. So say, 3 hours=3 years. I know that makes no sense, but I'm making the point that the burger has been destroying people's tracts for the past 24 hours.
[citation][nom]Renegade_Warrior[/nom]I wish the FDA would make Puffing illegal[/citation]
I have always held that Food Styling, as the profession is called, is unethical. Hand-selecting which corn flakes will appear in a bowl is one thing, but using potatoes for ice cream, eschewing actual milk in favor of something that "looks more like milk" and stuffing cardboard between ingredients to make them stand tall are patently false advertising.
anyone with personal experience with this burger, please advise the following:
1) how long does it take to get to the mouth (boot)
2) does it occasionally stop being edible, requiring you to put it back in the box, close it, then reopen before eating can continue?
3) does it benefit from occasional reinstalls? (eg: falling apart all over table, requiring re-assembly...)... Read more
4) is it compatible with 3rd party condiments?